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Ganny
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Hi, I can relate to all you are saying. I am 6 weeks post op and though I am having bouts of sickness due to either the food not agreeing with my tummy or eating to fast and not chewing enough, I don’t regret having my bypass done as I am getting my life back but it is the emotional side that is so hard to cope with. I have always been a comfort/emotional eater and now that has been taken away from me I am finding myself very short tempered and easy to cry. I was on anti depressants before the op and I was hoping to come off them once I had the op and though my GP has stopped a lot of my medication she wouldn’t stop those and now I can see why. I am coping and I really don’t won’t to go back to my old life and if anyone ever said to you took the easy way out and had WLS I won’t be responsible for my actions lol.
I do hope you are feeling better by now but I do know it is hard.
Take care.
Elaine xx

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