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Ganny
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Hi,
I was not self funding, the nhs paid for my bypass and I han no counselling some how bypassed all that. I guess I was lucky that from the time my GP put me forward for the op until I actually had it I only had to wait 6 months, now just about a year down the line and 10 stone lighter it has been the best thing I have ever done. As for a sweet tooth I have found that for some reason I have lost it and the thought of putting anything sweet into my mouth makes me feel sick ( even writing that made my tummy churn lol) as for comfort eating/boredom I have found with all the extra energy I have I find other things to do rather than eat.
Hope that helps.
Elaine xx

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