I had gastric bypass 2004; lost 48 pounds only.....To find out that i had problems with my surgery. Bowel obstruction that made my stomach feel inflated. But let me tell you, my honey moom with the gastric bypass started immediately and i have and still am struggling with my weight. My suggestion, be careful what you are eating, calories add up fast and account for even with gastric bypass. I used to say i don't eat a lot, true, but i ate too many calories and that was my problem...so, started eating less and the pounds started dropping....Good luckView Thread
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