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monkey girl
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Hiya Andy, I am sorry you are feeling so low at the moment. I wonder if its the fact that you have been feeling on a high since the op, and many of us did experience that in the early days. You have gone through huge changes in the past few months and I remember being so relieved to have actually got through the procedure ,when the weight started coming off fast I was euphoric. Of course after a few months you become used to a lot of the changes and may now be faced with the reality that this is how you will eat more or less , for the rest of your life. Your emotions may be on a bit of a roller coaster ride for quite a while yet.
Please try to be kind to your self and maybe even consider a chat with your gp or the team at streamline.
I felt it was almost like coming to terms with a bereavement, after all for some of us food has often been our friend when times were tough and we no longer have that crutch to lean on. With time I hope this low will pass.
I hope this helps, and of course you have your friends on the forum to lean on now too.
take care
Ruth

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