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I'm only 18 and I weigh 347 pounds. I was considering GBP. I've struggled with my weight all my life (weighing a whopping 210 at 8 years old). I'm graduating high school soon and am ready to start a new chapter, so that means being healthy. Should I do it? Or do I have better options?
will dr do operation on person with bipolar and will medical aid pay cause i dont have that money, my upper left leg on outside feels like needle and pins the neut=ro doctor told me to loose weight then he can help me cant walk far any more anybody the kelp as i feel i wantto see n 2nd drs opionion
I had the surgery and after a bit I was doing great then my weight started to come back and now I am bigger than before and can't even look in the mirror and I think about my weight all the time and now I am going back to the doctor that did my surgery to see something happened to my sleeve because now I find Iam hungry all the time
I am 16 years out from a roux en y bypass. I have gained a hundred pounds back, but still am 95 pounds less than my starting point. I have always had issues surgery wise, as I still have a hole where my incision was and it only recently stopped leaking. I also have a hernia on my incision line. I'm a mess. I would like to have my hernia fixed and a revision done at the same time. Anyone been in this boat?
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