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Old 09-13-2012, 07:55 AM   #1
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DH is having WLS!

DH got the call yesterday that our insurance approved his WLS. It will be early in November. Anyone have advice or experience? He's having the standard gastric bypass, and I'll be attending one of his meetings with the nutritionist as well.

Sadly, he won't be able to enjoy all the wonderful holiday foods I'll be eating, but I'll make sure to eat enough for both of us--on UDs of course!
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Sorry I don't know anything about WLS but I wish him luck! Also, kudos to you, you are so close to your goal!! Amazing!
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Good for him Dawn! I know there is a group here, because I saw the thread about it. Wishing him the best of success with this plan!
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It's exciting that he will have this tool available to him. I have a friend who had GP several years ago. She lost over 100 pounds and has kept it off but it takes work.

WLS is not a magic pill according to her. It's not the "easy way out" as Oprah used to say on her show. It's just a helpful tool. My friend pretty much sticks to "Seven Days in the Zone" to keep her weight down. Any time her clothes start feeling tight, she tightens up her eating habits.

One thing I do remember was that she didn't lose quickly in the beginning. Her blood glucose levels went to normal within a day or two and that was a miracle. But, after 2 weeks of suffering she had only lost something like 5 pounds and I still remember her saying "I did not go through all this suffering for such a small weight loss."

But it really picked up soon after that. Now I wonder if her body rebelled against the very low calories you have to stick to in the beginning and went into starvation mode.

Anyway, I asked her recently if she had any regrets about WLS and she said absolutely NOT! She does not regret it for a minute because she thinks it saved her life.

She knows I'm JUDDing, but she can't do it because after WLS apparently you can't go too long without eating something or you get really sick. She also has to be faithful about taking supplements. So, that's another thing your DH will have to get used to.

He will have post surgery support groups and those seem like a good thing to commit to. You will be his biggest support! Tell him every day how proud you are of him taking this life-saving step!
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Old 09-13-2012, 01:43 PM   #5
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I'll be keeping my fingers crossed for him and saying prayers, both! Give him my very best wishes for a good outcome from this. Hope this goes very well for him.

(He doesn't want to do JUDDD with us? Does he know that if he came here we'd all fawn over him and everything?)
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I'll be keeping my fingers crossed for him and saying prayers, both! Give him my very best wishes for a good outcome from this. Hope this goes very well for him.

(He doesn't want to do JUDDD with us? Does he know that if he came here we'd all fawn over him and everything?)
Thanks everyone. I'll pass on your words of encouragement.

Pat, he's been doing JUDDD with me and has had good results, but not as fast as he'd like and he has a lot to lose. He just shakes his head at how much time I spend on this board, so I doubt I could convince him to come in and start posting on his own.

The joke now is how much we're going to save on our grocery bills. He will be eating very little, and I only really eat every other day. Keira's only 7 so she doesn't eat that much. Although I suppose whatever we save in grocery $ will be spent on supplements.

I'm really proud of him for taking the steps to get healthy. He understands the surgery is a tool and it will still be hard work, but I have faith that he's going to be that success story that others want to emulate. He's tried to get approved several times in the past and whatever insurance we had at the time always denied him for various reasons. I'm so excited and nervous for him!
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Old 09-13-2012, 02:09 PM   #7
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Let us all know when the big date arrives. We'll all be sending our strongest positive vibes and prayers for his wonderful successful outcome from this.
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Dawn, that is wonderful news. I know this is very important to him (and for him).
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My doctor had told me for the last 2 years that she strongly encouraged me to have WLS. On 2/21/12 at 199 pounds and barely 5'2" I said if I am not 160 on 7/12/12 I will have it done. Do you know I was 162! I say thank G-d for JUDDD, but I would have had it if I hadn't lost successfully this time. I'm glad he's willing and I know several people- one in particular- a man- who lost way over 100lbs and has kept it off for at least 5 yrs now. I know we will all be cheering for him!
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There are lots of folks who have posted their WLS journeys on YouTube, and there are several gentlemen as well as ladies in that group. There is a lot of good information from those videos that may be helpful to you both. I wish him and your whole family the best of luck and support!
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Old 09-14-2012, 12:08 AM   #11
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Seeing this very late today.....but want to wish the very best for your DH. What a great support system he wil have with you and Kiera! Look forward to celebrating with you all down the road!!

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My sister has WLS the standard that your DH is having back in 2004. She lost 125 pounds. It is certainly NOT the easy way out. There are still foods she simply cannot eat because they cause her such pain. She has not been the same health-wise since she had the procedure. She is in a constant state of anemia. Her iron levels were so low she had to have 8 Iron infusions last year. 8 of them. Her primary said he had never seen anyone that low. He told her after 8, she wouldn't need another for 2 years....well she had to have 3 more this year. Bypass does just that..a lot of the nutrients BYPASS the body.

It is a great tool I hope he does well and has much better health than my sister in several years. I will also state, she has now gained probably 40+ pounds of it back. It helps you get the weight off, but in no way does it KEEP the weight off.
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Old 09-14-2012, 06:11 AM   #13
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I would assume once the weight is off, he can join you as maintanance JUDDD, that would probably work great for you two.
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My mom had it and lost well initially, then put much of the weight back on and we ended up losing her to heart disease at 54 years old. She had a lot of emotional issues though, and didn't really take care of herself. I'm really hoping DH is prepared for all the peaks and valleys. I also have a couple of friends who have had it and are doing really well, so I have high hopes.

DH has been overweight his whole life, and only got down to a lower weight once, with the help of Fen-Phen before it was deemed unsafe. When he's exercising, he's a beast! There's no way I can keep up with him. I can't wait to go on this journey with him, and give him every ounce of support I can. He's such a wonderful husband and father, I really want to keep him around for as long as possible.
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I had gastric bypass in July of 2005. I lost weight very quickly. At my lowest, I had lost 177 lbs. Eventually, of course, that weight loss slowed...and when it did, I lost my motivation and gained back quite a bit. I had also started eating whatever I wanted. Regardless of the size of my stomach, I still should have been more careful with my diet. The surgery is a tool and nothing more. It is not the easy way out, believe me. Of course, today I am still limited on the volume I can eat in one sitting. But that's good. It took quite a bit of adjustment after the surgery, but once you get used to it, it becomes normal for you. I still look at other folks plates and think "how do they eat all that?" LOL.

My only advice for your husband is use the tool to it's greatest advantage. The year following surgery will be the greatest opportunity to loose as much weight as possible.

Overall, since I had gastric bypass, I'm STILL down 116 pounds. So I guess it was worth it.

My best thoughts to him for an easy and successful surgery!
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I know one lady who has had the bypass and another who had the lap band procedure. The one with the bypass has had a difficult time of it. Lost initially but gained some back. Her health has declined drastically. She can't absorb the nutrients she needs and is anemic needing transfusions yearly. She regrets it.

The one that had the lap band had it along with her dh and she has done very well. She started around 400 and is below 200. She has none of the issues the first lady has.

I'm sure your dh has done the research....I hope it works well for him!
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I had gastric bypass in July of 2005. I lost weight very quickly. At my lowest, I had lost 177 lbs. Eventually, of course, that weight loss slowed...and when it did, I lost my motivation and gained back quite a bit. I had also started eating whatever I wanted. Regardless of the size of my stomach, I still should have been more careful with my diet. The surgery is a tool and nothing more. It is not the easy way out, believe me. Of course, today I am still limited on the volume I can eat in one sitting. But that's good. It took quite a bit of adjustment after the surgery, but once you get used to it, it becomes normal for you. I still look at other folks plates and think "how do they eat all that?" LOL.

My only advice for your husband is use the tool to it's greatest advantage. The year following surgery will be the greatest opportunity to loose as much weight as possible.

Overall, since I had gastric bypass, I'm STILL down 116 pounds. So I guess it was worth it.

My best thoughts to him for an easy and successful surgery!
Karen, do you have any issues with fasting or very low DDs due to the bypass? I do worry that if he gets to maintenance and wants to do JUDDD for either maintenance or the last bit of weight loss, it might be an issue. Thanx!
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I know one lady who has had the bypass and another who had the lap band procedure. The one with the bypass has had a difficult time of it. Lost initially but gained some back. Her health has declined drastically. She can't absorb the nutrients she needs and is anemic needing transfusions yearly. She regrets it.

The one that had the lap band had it along with her dh and she has done very well. She started around 400 and is below 200. She has none of the issues the first lady has.

I'm sure your dh has done the research....I hope it works well for him!
I personally would have preferred he chose the lap band, but he really wants the full surgical bypass. I'm doing my best to believe he's going to be one of the lucky ones who doesn't have health problems. That is definitely something I think about. Will he be able to get the nutrients he needs? He's 6'3", so he needs more than most!
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Karen, do you have any issues with fasting or very low DDs due to the bypass? I do worry that if he gets to maintenance and wants to do JUDDD for either maintenance or the last bit of weight loss, it might be an issue. Thanx!
I don't have any issues eating low calorie or fasting due to the bypass. I'm many years out from surgery, however.

But if memory serves, even right after surgery, I never got sick from not eating.
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Wishing your husband great success with his operation. I am sure that the medics will ensure his good recovery and safe progress.

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I nursed a few patients after surgery. It is definitely not the easy way out.
Many struggle with digestion and absorbtion of nutrients afterwards.
Fasting should not be a problem. Eating too much in one sitting is...
Lap band is safer...
That said...it has its place and there are many with wonderful success stories.

All the best for his surgery and speedy recovery!
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Wishing you both the best. I don't have any stories to share. Hope it is everything DH needs it to be.
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Thank you everyone for your words of encouragement and support. He is scheduled for surgery on November 7th. He's currently not JUDDDing since he'll be on perpetual DDs for quite some time after his surgery. He's just eating normally while he still can, not to excess or going crazy, but making sure to get some of the things he won't be able to have for quite a while.

We've also decided to join a gym. I'm so proud of him too, as we discussed last night whether or not he wants to wait until he's healed after his surgery, and he says he'd rather get into a routine now while he's well, so he'll have a jump start and a routine to get back to when he's able. He knows after the surgery, he won't be able to do much heavy lifting for a while, but thinks he'll be able to get on the treadmill, etc., fairly quickly. He's much braver than I am! I'd be milking it for all it's worth!

I think I'm more nervous about the whole process than he is.

A few years ago, we were at our favorite local diner, and there was a group of elderly people sitting at a table. As we got up to leave, one woman said (in what I'm sure she THOUGHT was a whisper), "That little girl has no chance!" I didn't hear her but DH did, and he told me what she said when we got to the car. She must have been indicating that since both of us were obese, that Keira would become obese too. DH was hurt and I was P.O.'ed. I wanted to go back inside and confront her. You can bet your britches if I had heard what she said, I would have informed her that at least my child had a chance of learning some manners, which she obviously hadn't.

Anyway, that comment has stuck with me. I'm sure DH thinks about it from time to time too. We've tried everything to get thinner and healthier for Keira and for ourselves. Nothing worked for me longer than a few months until JUDDD, and I'm so blessed to have found all of you. JUDDD isn't the final answer for DH, and I'm sure happy that he's pursuing other options. He's a hard worker and determined, and I just KNOW this will be the tool to help him achieve his goals. We WILL be the healthy parents, and our child will not have to be embarrassed by us.

Okay, I didn't intend for this to be so long. You just all make it so easy to vent.
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I have known a number of peop who've had GBS. Some fellow RN's, some patients.

Currently I have a co worker and another co workers mom who have the same problem; severe hypoglycemic episodes.
The mom has ended up in the ER getting a glucose bolus.
The co worker is an RN, aware of her problem and takes in some carb. But she has been in some scary situations w nothing on hand.

The co worker was hospitalised for anemia last year and had 7 units.

My point is not to scare you, but to point out that there can be symptoms that one takes in stride that should be checked out.
For instance; restless leg syndrome is a common symptom of anemia. RLS is usually considered benign.

So be prepared and all will go well. But pay attention.
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