Sleevalicious

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About Sleevalicious

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Profile Information

  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    Lebanon

Information

  • Surgeon
    Tony Kashi
  • Hospital
    Serhal
  • Height (ft-in)
    5-02
  • Start Weight
    228lb
  • Current Weight
    188lb
  • Goal Weight
    119lb
  • Body Mass Index (BMI)
    34
  • Surgery Date
    4/15/2016
  • Surgery Type
    Vertical Sleeve
  • Surgeon
    Tony Kashi

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  1. Incredible transformation! Congratulations on a job well done!
  2. Oh I love fall and winter. Especially with the horrible hot flashes. I'm hoping once I get to goal I won't experience them anymore. I totally love cold weather clothes. I can't wait for the season to change
  3. Is it cold already? Here summer is still in full swing. Beautiful outfit!
  4. Very elegant. I love the classic look!
  5. Congratulations on deciding to better your health and your life. Because WLS is really a life changing procedure. Best of luck on your journey. I wish you an uneventful surgery and an easy recovery. Having some kind of anxiety is only normal. Especially that you're abroad and alone. Still I'm bothered that you're just going to disappear for a few days. After all this is major surgery. It's a pretty safe procedure but I think you should tell at least one person of your whereabouts. Of course you do what you want, this is just my opinion. See you soon on the losers bench
  6. I'm sorry you're going through this Kim and Cinwa. Cancer is a very scary word. And when it hits a loved one, it's devastating. Thankfully survival rates are getting higher and higher. I hope your father Kim and your husband Cinwa, beat this ugly monster.
  7. Congratulations on being so fit and healthy. I love the pictures you posted. The scenery is beautiful. Encountering wild animals in their natural habitat is a wonderful experience. Great job reclaiming back your health.
  8. Thigh gap alert!!!! Sexy legs!!
  9. Aussie H I'm so sorry for all the bad news. I can't even begin to imagine how frustrating all this must be. And the waiting game is always difficult to handle. It's also frightening because as you said there are no guarantees and we are never really safe from potential complications. I hope your medical team are able to find an acceptable solution for your problem. Best of luck on the bumpy road ahead. I'll be praying for you. Please keep us informed of the developments..I can only offer my support and encouragement.
  10. Super!! As usual...
  11. I only had one episode. I ate half a nectarine way too fast. I felt like it was stuck and ended up vomiting it. Other than that I'm eating healthy and sticking to my surgeon's plan. And all is well. I'm happy.
  12. I'm with Becca. No change whatsoever to my sense of taste or smell. Just a smaller appetite and the ability to make better food choices. They all say it's temporary and cravings will come back with a vengeance. Till then I guess I'm ok, feeling perfectly normal.
  13. Welcome to TT NerdyXo Best of luck on this new and exciting journey. This forum was a Godsend to me. Here you can communicate with like minded people who can understand your struggles. Hope to see you soon on the losers bench.
  14. Hi Dot Wood Congratulations on a successful surgery and welcome to the losers bench. You've come to the right place. On this forum you'll find both information and support. It's an educational journey as well as a physical one. There will be ups and downs, but ultimately you'll reach your goal of better health and a thinner silhouette. Good luck on your journey to a new you.
  15. Hi babykinz Good luck. I wish you an uneventful surgery and an easy recovery. You seem to have a great outlook on things. Time will fly and soon you'll get to meet the new thinner healthier and happier you. See you on the other side