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My 1st question is: What shortcut brings up a layer Medifast menu on photoshop? Thanks for any comment. Another question I got... Hey Guys,.

I'm just two weeks post-op and trying to figure this thing out. It took me so long to get the.

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And then was scared to death that I was going to die. I cried all the way to the hospital as though I was headed to the gallows or something (an hour and a half drive). My poor husband and sister in law felt so bad for me. I was considering backing out for about a week and then just decided that if I didn't make it through.

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Then at least I died trying....can you believe that!....I'm normally not very dramatic but I guess I reall went off the wall on that one....Now I'm two weeks post-op and have had virtually no pain. I was getting a little confident and then read that weeks 4 to 7 are the worst and people start throwing up all the time and stuff....is this true for everyone? Does anyone know why? I'm also concerned about dumping; do you have to.

Avoid.

Every thing with even a little bit of sugar in it or just candies and cookies and such. I'm encouraged but still scared; any tips or hint would be appreciated!..

Comments (5)

I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I bump into an useful answer. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably could assist you..

Comment #1

Awww Cindy, hun..

Please dont take my comments on a nother post as literally, we al react so differently and at different times..

I was really hoping dumping would put me off sugars, unluckily I am not as sugar intolerant as I had hoped so I can creap in a few treats here and their..

You will find you will have something one day and be sick on it the next, it's all a.

Learning.

Curve now not only for us but for our pouches....

Other than bread I can eat almost anything and everything but in such smaller portions..

I have to laugh when I.

Leave.

Smoe these days, it's an awesome feeling..

You might never experience dumping so please dont worry, you have to try things but always in moderation to start. Its early days yet..

Hopefully you have a good experience and little if not no dumping..

As I say we are all so very very different....

Dumping or frothing is all part of the process and should hopefully discourage us from certain foods and sugars....

Fear not, dont stop trying, you might be surprised.....

If something does not feel right, stop and.

Leave.

It for another day. If your finding it hard to tolerate anything, go back to basics and consult your team....

Hpe all goes well..it does get better, you will become more confident and in control in the very near future...

Wish you well..

Andy (Buzz) xxx..

Comment #2

First of all - WELCOME Cindy!!.

Now, take a deep breath and relax. I can tell you that I have never thrown up. There are times that I have felt nauseous, but it goes away. I generally keep some.

Gravol.

On hand just in case. I am 4.5 months out and am back to doing everything I did prior to.

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And then some : ).

I was advised that I could not have anything with more than 2 gr of sugar, but find that I can tolerate up to 5 gr most times..

You will learn quickly what works for you and then when you think you have it figured out, it will change..

HOWEVER.....I am now doing all the things with my kids that I did not do before because of my size. I am able to shop in 'normal' stores. I am not paranoid about.

Walking.

Into a room and being the fattest girl there. I found my collar bone, hip bones and recently even some ribs.....

Although the road has been difficult at times, I wouldn't change it for the world..

The people here are amazing - you will get tons of support for any issues!!!..

Comment #3

Hi Cindy Welcome aboard. Everyone is wonderful on here. First of all everyone reacts differently to this.

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And your body might react different towards something tomorrow when it was fine today. Weird. I have not dumped-been nauseous a few times where it was bad but have not vomited yet. Ughhh. Anyway, weeks 5-7 were horrible for me emotionally. Even farther out I was having a hard time eating anything at all.

I remember going into surgery-I was scared SHITLESS. Excuse me. No support and went into it thinking I am going to have soo many problems most likely-I just wanted to prepare myself that things would go wrong and I had to prepare myself emotionally in case that it did and nothing went wrong at allTHANK GOD. The nurses were stunned how fast I could get upand roll over, etc. I am EXTREMELY thankful for that cause there are some people on here that went thru a lot.

Hust take one day at a time- I definitely am glad I did this.

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, except for yesterday when I was at the mall with my niece and we went by the cookie co and I soooooooooo wanted a choc chip cookie cup. I would of went into a diabetic shock and thrown up for years most likely!! LOL I am back to normal as I was before.

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Except for I feel better and some say I look better. I have lost a little over a 100 lbs but stuck in a terrible plateau right now. Hey it's life for everyone. You will shine through this and learn as you go. Come on here and ask us anything. Congrats on your.

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And just take to new foods slowly and cautiousily (excuse my spelling). Take care.

Tracy..

Comment #4

Thank you guys for your thoughts it's really helpful and I feel so much better...you guys rock!!..

Comment #5

Step by step, day by day. Just enjoy your journey to a new and healthier life. Remember, we'll always be here for you to complain to, we'll celebrate your success, and make you laugh. Welcome, and come back soon!.

Teri..

Comment #6


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