If you’re considering weight loss surgery I suggest you talk to people who have lived 5 years after having wls, be it the gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, lap band, or duodenal switch. Testimony from people who are “newbies” to the post-op life cannot possibly prepare you for the long term consequences, benefits, complications, results, or any other after-effects of these surgeries.
I’ve lived with a gastric bypass for 9 years after having a lap band for 17 years. I’m a veteran. I’ve lost and regained and lost more weight in a lifetime than any one person should.
Most people only want to talk about their successes and how weight loss surgery helped them improve their lives. It’s important to hear as many testimonies as possible before surgically altering your digestive tract in a way that may not be reversible, ever.
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Lisa shares her painful, personal struggle as a 400 pound woman as she battles addiction and the agony of morbid obesity. She shows us with humor and raw, tragic honesty how she lost more than just the weight and recovered from gastric bypass after a lifetime of being bullied.
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