cinwa

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About cinwa

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    WA
  • Age
    62

Information

  • Height (ft-in)
    5-05
  • Start Weight
    260
  • Current Weight
    130
  • Goal Weight
    130
  • Body Mass Index (BMI)
    21.6
  • Surgery Date
    09/24/2007
  • Surgery Type
    Gastric Bypass

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  1. Welcome to Thinner Times Mike!
  2. Welcome to Thinner Times MBB!
  3. chikywiki - you really should check in with your surgeon or PCP about a faster heart rate.
  4. Welcome to Thinner Times Eleanora - you're off to a great start!
  5. Walking is my choice of exercise and you could do a lot worse than taking a brisk walk at lunchtime.
  6. That is outstanding news Trish!
  7. I've probably posted this on the Song of the Day thread but Bon Jovi is one of my favourite singers when I'm on the treadmill. Full blast - the only way to go! Bon Jovi ~ It's My Life
  8. No horror story from me Rosy. I had an IV placed and the surgeon had me lay on my side, asked if I was ready and before I knew it, I was waking up. No sore throat or anything of the sort.
  9. Welcome back Karil! Best advice I can offer is to see your plastic surgeon again and ask if s/he can help with your appeal.
  10. How are you feeling this morning thornbury?
  11. Hi

    Welcome to Thinner Times!
  12. Congratulations slars!
  13. I marvel at your transformation Tom. Question! Do you actually recognise yourself in your before pictures? The reason I ask is that I don't. I know when looking at old photos of me that it is/was me but on some level, it seems as if I'm looking at my alter ego (as in "a second self or different version of oneself" according to Merriam-Webster).
  14. Off topic or not - you offer sound advice slars.
  15. I'm sorry you had that issue -it must have been pretty scary - I'd recommend you don't run again until you've got yourself checked out with your primary care doc.