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First off, ViewSonic VX2250WM-LED Monitor Medifast menu flashes. Any solution? Looking forward for any answer or 2. Another question... As some of you may know I have not had my.

Surgery.

Yet, and have basically been dragging my feet since November. Anyhow, I am trying to resolve some of my bigger concerns before it is time to follow through with the.

Surgery.

I have many questions and concerns, but I will stick with this one for the day.....

Has anyone had a huge problem with extra skin after the.

Surgery.

? I am scared to death to lose a lot of weight and still need to wear large clothes just to hide excess skin. I keep telling myself that I will go to the gym and try to tone it as I lose it, but I have read so many stories on here and it seems like some people lose the weight really quickly..

If you have run into huge amounts of skin what options did your surgeon give you? I am trying to be prepared regardless of what I may run into..

Thanks to all of you, you have been so great!!!..

Comments (4)

That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the answer. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I find an decent answer. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably could assist you..

Comment #1

I haven't lost enough weight to have very much excess skin yet, but it's definitely up there on my list of concerns as well. I think I'm gonna be one of the lucky ones because my skin is relatively elastic, although I do see some serious stretchmarks goin on.. one thing I have been trying to use religiously is.

CoQ10.

Lotion, which is supposed to be very good at keeping your skin elastic. Also, I hear that.

Strength training.

To build some muscle to support that skin helps as well...

Comment #2

I am roughly twice as old as you, and after 155 pounds the only area which will require attention is my apron. I will be having.

Reconstructive surgery.

To have it removed as soon after my 1 year anniversary as humanly possible...

Comment #3

I am 3 yrs post op. I lost 185 lbs after the.

Surgery.

And after 2 yrs I had a panniculectomy which is the removal of the abdominal apron. I had a big one while I was heavy and was left with the skin but it was deemed medically necessary and was paid for by insurance. They won't do it til you maintain your weight for at least a year, document any type of rashes or skin issues and how far it hangs down etc and most always is taken care of. Now you are quite young and your skin is more elastic and depending on where you carry your weight would be what determines where it might be a problem. Its the best decision I made having both surgeries...

Comment #4

Shedwards1,.

I was worried that if I had an apron the insurance company wouldn't cover the procedure. I carry a ton of weight in my stomach, but also in my thighs and rear. I am hoping that given my age and that I "plan" on trying to keep it toned as I lose that there will not be a bunch of excess skin. Do you have any suggestions on vitamins or other methods of helping the elasticity?..

Comment #5


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.