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Lauren
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Hi Sophia and welcome

So sorry to hear you are not feeling 100% about wls. Can you tell us where and when you had it and which type of surgery? It’s not clear whether you are scared to HAVE the surgery or you have had it and are now feeling weak.

As a former super-morbidly obese person before my own wls (BMI 64) I can assure you that it isn’t usual for anyone to feel weak: in fact it’s just the opposite. I have more energy now than I ever did. I still have some chronic medical problems I had before, but I’m still alive! Please keep in touch and let us know a bit more about what it is you are scared of.

Doodah x

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