My Gastric Bypass Roux-en-Y: Two Years Later
Ok, the time has come for me to personally tell you all about Gastric Bypass in a real life scenario. I had my operation 2 years ago, and I will be writing all about it, so you will be able to know what to expect, and believe me, there are many things you didn't know, and there are many things I didn't know that I experienced.
I will be writing lots about my first two years, but I just wanted you to know, that if you are really morbidly obese, and you really feel sad, down, ugly and desperate, this surgery can change your life. It changed mine.
Two years after gastric bypass is a good indicator of how things will do for you. It is also a milestone in the procedure from a medical point of view.
Yes, I not only lost weight, I also lost my hair. Probably the most noticeable side effect you will experience. I will show you pictures and I will tell you about it.
I am not here to tease you, i will give you all my experience, believe me, there is no better way to learn about gastric bypass then to based it on experience.
So, today I will just tell you that this procedure is a journey, it is an experience and it is not a solution, it is a helping hand, a very good helping hand.
I have pictures of me, before and after, taken every 6 months... Impressive.
Well, i will go to sleep now... and yes, that picture you see here it's me.. a few weeks ago... So, don't miss my next post, because you will see me as I was 2 years ago.