hello, Had gastric bypass surgery in 2010 and in Sept. it will be 3 years. Having issues all I want to do is eat. I started this at 258 and currently weigh about 189 and that is down 69 lbs. which is great. My goal was to lose 100 pounds and just cannot seem to get back on track. I am disabled and cannot work and have been under so so much stress this past year. My husband had not worked and lost his unemployment and we had no money except for my Soc. Sec. and finally in Jan he got a job and YEAH that is great. Back to the issue of weight gain. I have gained about 10 lbs and do not want to get back to where I was cause i feel so much better now and my diabetes is gone and my high blood pressure and all the icky things that go wrong. I do have peripheal neuropathy in both feet and legs and have a hard time exerciseing cause of the pain . Anyone out there would love to talk to someone. HELP I know what to do but my mind is just not there for some reason and I know what to do but my mind says yes my body says not yet HELPView Thread
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