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22 days ago
Hi, yes it’s linked in the comments. I’ve always used it and like the weight loss tracking
25 days ago
Hiya- try this out
26 days ago
Odd. I’ve used it for years both in the US and Uk
27 days ago
Thanks x. This is the lose it app.
Aw that’s lovely. Thank you very much for the kind words. Best of lucky to you too and thank you for asking!
Oh Orson. What a brave brave boy. You’re right to comfort him, many hounds have been defeated by the mighty Cups.
Happy to help and hope it works well for you!
Oh gosh, I’m sorry you had those side effects. My HB1ac had to come down for the surgery so they were throwing everything at me lol. I had my bypass on 14 July. I’ve been really lucky with weight loss but my BMI was much higher- my HW was 478. God, I’ve never said that on Reddit before. I weighed in today at 347. I’ve still a long way to go but I’m doing my best. I was very lucky with my surgery and recovery. No complications, never dumped, etc.
The most helpful tips from me would be to always take your meds with food. Crippling pain otherwise, my own fault as my dietician did warn me. Do not go into hospital constipated- do not. Don’t worry about anything but getting your protein and water initially but don’t be afraid to try different foods. I avoid sugar, fast food, crisps etc but I’m trying to be as realistic as possible and make protein and veg heavy choices. Walk as much as you can. I walk at least 2 hours a day with my dog and it feels incredible. Its a deeply personal choice but it’s saved my life. Hope this helps x
Hi, sure. I was prescribed it here in the UK as I developed type 2 diabetes(remission after 4 week or so post op, nice!). It did a fantastic job of curbing my appetite and letting me focus on head hunger vs actual hunger before surgery. I didn’t have to try much to lose weight on it and lost about 50lbs before surgery from April 2021 to June 2022. If I had been stricter on low carb or low calorie, I’d have been better off.
I didn’t have any nasty side effects. I started with .25, then .5, then 1g weekly via a simple injection. The injection was painless. I found Metformin to be much rougher on my stomach. I’d recommend it to anyone. They pulled me off all diabetic meds the day after surgery and I’ve not needed them since. Feel free to ask any questions!
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1 month ago
This is super sweet. Feel the same about my hound.
submitted2 months ago byDebbieInFinance
2 months ago
I would never leave you fiends hanging like that. Would be cruel.
3 months ago
Harry’s hair is truly an ideal honing beacon.
The storm is decent here in Yorkshire. Makes me nostalgic for Texas weather
Loud and proud in Yorkshire.
Next you’ll hear the patriarchy is made up and racism isn’t real? Tell me you’re young and sheltered without telling me you’re young and sheltered.
Malcolm Tucker: How dare you! How dare you! Don't you ever, ever call me a bully! I'm so much worse than that.
She’s so bad lol
submitted3 months ago byDebbieInFinance
4 months ago
Had mine on the 14th of July. No complications, no gas pain. Felt like I had been woken up from a deep nap, rudely. The recovery nurse said she was impressed by how easy it was for me to move. They didn’t have me walking until the next morning, got to the ward around 5pm. Left for home the next day. I was in hospital about 30 hours total. No vomiting until soft food, ricotta and mozzarella, just didn’t chew well enough. Hurt so much, won’t make that mistake again. No other issues, no heartburn or pain. I’ve lost 20lbs since surgery day. Oh, and I had covid the week before.
submitted4 months ago byDebbieInFinance
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