Tummy Tuck 4 Me, Transformation 4 My Husband, Too (new pics) - Phoenix, AZ

I am a 48 year old with three kids (big kids) I...

I am a 48 year old with three kids (big kids) I breastfed for a total of 10 years (think Attachment Parenting). I weigh approx. 138 and I am 5'6". My weight has fluctuated between 160 and 120 for the past 20 years. I work out almost daily. I walk, lift weights, do Pilates and Bikram Yoga (1.5 hrs at 105 degrees 40% humidity). In Jan/Feb I did 61 days of Bikram.

As my weight has stabilized and I've shaped up in other areas I am more bothered by my protruding stomach and low hanging pancake breasts.

The long and short of it is that all the AB work in the world will not give me flat abs or shrink the hanging tummy
skin. I can do pec exercises until I am blue in the face but my sagging breasts.

I am hoping to make my decision whether to schedule my surgery or accept myself as I am by this coming Monday. I would really appreciate any words of wisdom or advice you ladies can offer.

Thanks in advance for your help!

I had no complications at all. My incisions never split or opened, no infections, no seromas and hardly any bruising. The first wk was rough. I went back to work in 10 days. Could have used another wk to heal but it was bearable. I was able to do my full 40 hrs at least. This is a long healing process and I'm still not 100%. But soooo worth it!!!
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Thank you, Ana 13! How was your recovery?
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Hi PSM :). I had my TT and breast reduction 14 wks ago. I'm 46 yrs old. Get your body back!! It is the most incredible feeling to look in the mirror and see the body from 25 years ago!! Sounds like you have worked hard to stay fit. You just need that finishing touch. I say do it before more years pass you by. For me it was the best decision and I'm thrilled with the results :)!
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I've decided against a breast lift or mastopexy...

I've decided against a breast lift or mastopexy for now but did schedule my tummy tuck for 7:30 am on September 28, 2012. No nerves at this point but I'm sure they're coming and I'd appreciate any support you ladies can offer.

For a long time I thought that if I lost enough weight or worked my abs enough eventually my stomach would get flat again. Then I saw a few episodes of Dr. 90210 and saw women who had tummies like mine. I also found this site and realized my stomach wasn't going anywhere without surgery. Da-- that Dr. 90210 show!! I really was in a state of blissful ignorance before watching it.

Photos I've attached are of me at 130 pounds (I'm 5'6"). The skin on my stomach sags and my profile is still poofy despite much exercise. I can feel the diastasis. After surgery I hope my stomach will match the rest of my body and that a stronger core will make the exercise I do easier.

Did anyone watch OWN this morning? There was a...

Did anyone watch OWN this morning? There was a show on about the power of prayer in improving medical outcomes. Is there a prayer group on RealSelf? If not, does anyone want to start and participate in one with me?

Just learned my pre-op appointment is with a nurse...

Just learned my pre-op appointment is with a nurse and not my PS. I had assumed it would be w/ my PS. I have so many questions....where will my incision be, where will she do lipo, etc....that I requested a special appointment to get all my questions answered before my surgery date. I don't want any surprises on the day of my surgery.

Anyone else out there have there pre-op appt w/ a nurse rather than the surgeon?
good luck with your surgery....i'm the week before you :)
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I'm glad all went well for you! It'll be so neat not to have to dress to hide my tummy or walk around holding my gut in all day. Think of how much energy I'll save!
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Less than a month to go and my head is playing...

Less than a month to go and my head is playing games with me.

Tomorrow I meet again w/ my PS as I have a few more questions I need answered before my pre-op appt. (which is w/ a nurse not the doc). Want to avoid getting the wrong answer on the day of surgery!

Do most people do their pre-op with a nurse or their PS?

I admire Kate Goseelim showing her tummy on TV....

I admire Kate Goseelim showing her tummy on TV. Watch her here...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=niOElghAVCI&feature=youtube_gdata_player
Did you decide to go through with the procedure? Either way, thinking of you!
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We are having our procedures on the same day, at the same time! Good luck to you! It's coming up soon.
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Hi PSM - How are you doing these days? Was your PS visit helpful? Thinking of you.
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I made it to the flat side! I am on Day 2 post op...

I made it to the flat side! I am on Day 2 post op and will post picture later today. Here are a few thoughts....

1. With God's help and the cheerful understanding pre-op nurses at Greenebaum Surgery Center in Scottsdale, AZ, the terror I expected before surgery melted away.

2. Pain after surgery was milder than expected. Worse than my 3 c-sections but very manageable with pain meds and muscle relaxant.

3. Low salt plant based eating (vegan) kept my swelling, bruising and their discomfort to a minimum so far.

4. Can honestly say that at Day 2 Post Op, even with swelling, incision and drains, I feel my stomach looks better than it did pre-op. So thankful to be rid of my saggy, wrinkled tummy skin. Hopeful that when swelling goes down I'll have a normal waist, belly button, etc. Haven't checked out my caboose yet!

5. Photo on its way!

Ok, just posted my Day 2 Post Op Photo. I am lying...

Ok, just posted my Day 2 Post Op Photo. I am lying down in the photo. Belly Button, drains and incision are not so pretty. Swelling is obvious but for now I like new tummy better then the "mushroom cloud" I used to call a stomach.

Relaxing at home in my bed (no hospital bed or rented chair). Pain reasonable. Swelling minimal (low and no salt fruit/veggie/legume/whole grain) eating. During two weeks pre-op especially vigilant re: salt but this is normally how I eat.

Getting up and walking frequently around house to avoid blood clots per doc. Have too much energy for my own good.
I'm preaching to the choir, PlantStrongMom, but keep the water churning through your body, no sodium and as much raw foods eating....I wish I could've kept up that diet forever -- I felt amazing during my first 2 weeks, due to the diet. My PS wanted me to gently estand up straight as soon as possible -- like the first 2-3 days, so if you can, do it. Just rest a lot though. The first week will fly by and you'll be soon doing poses again!
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Your look great I can't wait to post mines up tomorrow.
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Congratulations!! Good for you. Take it easy, but move around as much as you want to...with someone like you who's pretty connected with her body, you'll know when it's too much. Happy healing! Can't wait to see your recovery pics!
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4 days Post Op and I feel pretty good despite...

4 days Post Op and I feel pretty good despite having no special chair or bed. I get up
hourly and take a shot once a day to avoid blood clots (I have increased risk according to my doc because I take bio-identical hormones).

Yesterday's nightmare was bowel impaction. Not mere constipation but something I thought only a doctor or E room could help. After 90 min it finally passed. Lesson learned....pain meds turn even veggie juice, apples, corn, oranges, bananas and peas into concrete. No salt, btw, to avoid the swell hell I've read about here.

Today's lesson....Dulcolax and prune juice cause the opposite problem. But to me loose bowels are better than the alternative.

I've reduced my pain pills by 1/2 (I cannot tolerate concrete) and all is well so far. Today is Tuesday. I go for my first post-op appt Thurs and maybe the drains will come out. Not sure if this makes me happy or sad or just scared.

Hope you all are doing well!
Looks great so far. The incision nice and low, and not too wide. Good for you. I'm glad that surgery went well and that you're in the recovery phase now. It's always a big relief to "make it through" the surgery part of this journey. Take it easy. Are you able to stand straight? Did you have any lipo to your flanks? What is making you the most uncomfortable right now? Incision site or lipo areas? Thanks for being the first person to comment on my profile. I just created it yesterday. Just like you, I'm not doing anything with my breast. After breast-feeding 4 kids, they are small and slightly droopy, but I'm okay with them. My husband likes my small breasts too, and is glad that I have no desire to "fix" them. It is only my stomach that doesn't fit the rest of my body. I'm going to my pre-op appt tomorrow with PS. Procedure in 2.5 weeks. I hope that being fit (like you) will the help make the recovery easier. I wish you all the best. Please keep posting of your progress. If there's anything that you think that would help me prepare before/after TT, please comment again on my profile.
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Yes, you are right I need to drink more water. Thanks for the reminder. I will stick with plant strong eating because it keeps the weight off and makes me feel great. Check out www.drmcdougall.com. I'm about 90% straight and give most of the credit to my feeling so good to Bikram and plant strong eating. Was tempted to add a bit of salt to my dinner tonight but I thought of the swell hell other ladies have described and I want to avoid it. Did a 10 second squat, 10 second relave (on my toes) and 10 second squat/relave today. Can't recall name of pose but it's the beginning part of the third one. Do you think that was really bad of me?
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Today's Tip: Do not watch "Bravo's Top Chef" while...

Today's Tip: Do not watch "Bravo's Top Chef" while you are flat on your back (not literally) during recovery. Oh the cravings I've been having!!!
I feel your pain!!! Constipation/Obstipation is the worse. I remember having terrible constipation with the delivery of my first child. Up until that time, I never was constipated a single day in my life. There must be something with childbirth, or women's abdominal surgery that brings out the worse in our bowels. Surprising that despite all the fiber you eat, you still had that problem. I think I will load up with prune juice a few days before to help me out. I hated that feeling of constipation. I thought I would have to go to the ER to relieve my hard BM. Definitely don't want that to happen again. Bowels okay today??? Take it easy
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You look amazing! Tight and flat :). Congratulations !!
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I just saw your pics and your note :). I'm so happy for you !! I'm good and loving my new body. I still can't believe the change. I admire my tummy every day :). It's so flat. Hope you are taking it easy. Are your drains out?
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3 Things Happened Yesterday at 5 Days Op 1. My...

3 Things Happened Yesterday at 5 Days Op

1. My doc took my drains out. She distracted it me and it barely hurt at all;

2. I asked her if I was typical. She said I'm typical for fit and YOUNG patients. We heal well. But what hit me like a ton of bricks was YOUNG. Me young? I'm almost 50. Maybe she was just flattering me but I don't care. I've been on cloud 9 ever since.

3. Owner of my fav restaurant made fun of what he thought were my school girl knee socks yesterday. Nicely I told him they were not socks but compression garments I have to wear post surgery so I don't get blood clots. That shut him up. Maybe now he'll stop commenting on my clothes (this was not the first time).

4. Hope you all are preparing for surgery or recovering from surgery well!
Yay drains out! What a relief, right?
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Thanks Proudmommy 2012
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Rest of my message got cut off. I will post new pics in a few days when I look a little better (God willing).
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11 Days Post Op I think and I feel great. Maybe...

11 Days Post Op I think and I feel great. Maybe too great 'cause I'm bored and I have too much energy for someone who gets to walk slowly at 21 days (docs orders).

Another issue is my appetite. I'm really hungry the past few days. Ugh! I don't want to gain a ton if weight eating and getting no exercise. How are you ladies handling the food/exercise issue? Do you guys just have better control than I do?
My pre-op was today and was with a nurse at the hospital who works closely with my surgeon. I was also scheduled to meet with my surgeon after the pre-op. He answered all of my questions and took my before pictures. I wish everyone the very best. I love this group...your support is amazing. This is such a great venue to discuss a set of procedures that is, in essence, taboo to many. Here we can be ourselves and be as open and honest about the "why" we've decided to go forward with a tummy tuck, lipo, bbl, whatever. Way to go friends!
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8 days to go until my TT - hope it works as well as yours did= you have been very encouraging
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Totally understand what you are saying about the appetite thing. I had the same problem around the 1 week mark was just famished. Then you get swelling and the scales go up and messes with your head. I went through a depressing couple of days with my old self telling me I was getting fat again. I just keep telling myself only a few more weeks and then I can get back into my exercise again. Just be careful I have read that the fat will deposit itself in other areas now that a lot of the tummy fat has been taking away :0) Good luck!
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Ok ladies, here are my 12 Day Post Op Tummy Tuck...

Ok ladies, here are my 12 Day Post Op Tummy Tuck pics. I'm feeling really good about the visual progress but I am still in a good amount of pain especially in the lipo areas. Only have one more Vicodin. I'm almost 2 weeks post op, didn't have a big procedure...shouldn't I be off the pain meds by now? I feel weird about asking for more pain meds at this late date. What would you ladies do?
How are you doing, PSM? I hope the silence means that things are improving so much that you no longer lie in bed just reading RealSelf ;). Has the pain receded at all?
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Sorry to take so long to respond. Yes, your instincts are correct pain finally became manageable. I was 4 weeks post op this past Friday and I bought a Spanx girdle (strongest girdle at Nordstron, opens at crotch) and I am not wearing my compression garment now for the most part. Still a few aches and pains but nothing I need meds to handle. Now I'm back to no apetite so when I got on the scale today I was 130 fully dressed. This makes me happy as I was lazy this past week re: walking. People speak about getting a bit depressed post surgery and I think I was experiencing a bit of that.
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I'm so glad to hear that you are improving, though! I hope the depression is past?
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Hello all! Sorry I have not posted but my computer...

Hello all! Sorry I have not posted but my computer is not working and my husband took his computer on a trip. My pain is gone. I do still have numbness where I was lipo'd and around my incision but this is to be expected. The pics I have added are me at 5 weeks post op. My weight has been up and down 126-136 (current). I am back to walking but haven't gone back to Bikram Yoga yet. All in all I am glad I did this. I do worry about cleaning my belly button because it is so small. Ladies, please give me your opinion on my belly button.
Looking great! The belly-button is narrow--mine is exactly the same way. If it's healed enough that you can put a q-tip in there comfortably, that should help you clean it. That's how I clean mine, but it's not very healed and so, not very comfortable to clean. I'm assuming that as the incision heals, the BB will soften up enough that you could stretch it with something--though what, I'm not sure. For people who want that round BB they have that marble trick or whatever. But you and I both have vertical BBs--I think it'd look weird stretching it in a circle shape. I definitely haven't given much thought, yet, as to what I would use to stretch it out. Have you talked to your PS? I think that's what I'll do when I'm a little more healed. So glad that you updated!!
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I was given a small glass marble to put in my belly button to help it heal more rounded. I clean with peroxide, put a bit of aquaphor lotion in it, cover it with a piece of tape and it the marble in there for a few hours each day for about a month. Mine is almost healed and cannot feel it so its very comfortsble for me.
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I hope you're recovering well from the hurricane! I saw that you are in NJ. When you get a chance, it'd be great to see pics overall, but especially helpful to see pics of the marble and your belly button. Thank you for commenting!
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Was having lunch at a vegetarian restaurant in...

Was having lunch at a vegetarian restaurant in Phoenix today and overheard a conversation about why women have tummy pooches. The verdict...undigested food!! I wanted to jump up and tell her that while a poor diet filled with meat and dairy isn't good tummy pooches come from having babies or loosing lots of weight. My vegan diet (www.drmcdougall.com) kept me fairly small but it did not repair my diastasis or shrink my hanging skin. Ok....I got that off my chest!

I'm headed to my PS office right now for my 8 week check up! Happy healing ladies!

Guess what ladies? I'm now officially a model ;-)!...

Guess what ladies? I'm now officially a model ;-)! My PS asked (at my 8 week post op appt) if she could post my pics on her web site and in her client book. I signed the consent giving her permission to use my pics. They will also send me copies and I plan to post them here.

Then after the appt. my husband tells me what's wrong with my butt. He says it's not flat it just extends too far down into my thighs making it look flat. I may be getting more lipo ladies. I think men should just shut up :-)!
You look fantastic!! You looked really good at PO day 12, and even better as time went on. Your butt looks fine, so don't let the comments that your husband made eat at you. All the best to you.
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Oh honey, did he really say something like that to you? You look wonderful!
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LOL! Your butt doesn't extend, you just have thicker thighs. In your pics, your waist is smaller than your thighs. I have skinny thighs, so my waist is bigger. I think most people prefer the strong, thick thighs-skinny waist combo. At least, that's what you see in all the fitness mags.......and abt that crazy lunch you overheard. People are so confused! I mean sure, they're right on one level--having stuff in your digestive tract will make the contents fill more space, but the reason it pooches out is the stretched fascia and, in many cases, the concomitant diastasis, that fails to hold all those viscera in. I understand your need for venting...I spend a lot of time biting my tongue, too :)
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Just caught a little of "16 and Pregnant". I was...

Just caught a little of "16 and Pregnant". I was thinking that one of the best deterrents to teen pregnancy might be pictures of us.

I'm 8 weeks post op on Friday. Today is the first...

I'm 8 weeks post op on Friday. Today is the first day I have been out of the house all day (7:15am - 7:00pm) running around and I am SO SORE! I guess I have a lot more healing to do internally. I can't wait to get home and lie down. Took 3 ibuprofen. Happy Thanksgiving Ladies!!
Your abs look incredible!
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Thank you TT for twin mom!
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We should come up w/ a picture book "Don't Lose Your Sexy at 16: What Pregnancy Does to the Female Form". Baby Daddy still looking good. Baby Mommy...not so good.
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This past Friday (12/21) I was 12 weeks post op....

This past Friday (12/21) I was 12 weeks post op. I no longer wear my compression garment but I do wear Spanx (one with opening at crotch which you can close with hooks....best option for good hygiene) available at Nordstrom ($72) and a waist cincher I got at Dillards (can't recall price). I've been walking since week 6 for 15-30 minutes at a time but that's about it until this past week when I returned to Bikram Yoga (the fountain of youth).

I've been gaining weight this holiday season and it's kinda driving me crazy. Why? After I went through the pain period (when my Percocet ran out), I was so miserable (mostly from the lipo of my hips/tush) I got down to 126. I also think I was going through a mild pain med withdrawal. So I was at a great weight but I was miserable....in pain and depressed (pain med withdrawal). For comfort I started eating peanut butter, walnuts, oils, mashed sweet potatoes with butter (butter is my no-no) dark chocolate, a couple slices of pizza and a few pieces of turkey for the tryptophan. I was desperate to feel better and "lost my religion" in the eating department.

I"m finding it hard to get back on track and now I'm bouncing between 139 and 141. I'm gonna go easy on myself until Jan 1. After that I hope to get back to faithful McDougallng (see www.drmcdougall.com) and check out "The Starch Solution" on Amazon. The great thing about the way I eat is I can eat as much as I want....no deprivation!! I just have to avoid junk like fats, oils, nuts, processed foods, dairy, meat not every day but most days).

Let me add that the way I eat (see John McDougall, MD, Joel Furhman, MD, Engine 2 Diet, Physician's Committee for Responsible Medicine - Neal Barnard, MD who hasa agreat book on reversing Type 2 diabetes...to name a few) brought my cholesterol from 198 to 124, my BP from 140/90+ to 108/70. My HA1C has gone down. All without meds.

More in a bit....

So enough of my lecture on food and my weight :-)!...

So enough of my lecture on food and my weight :-)! Don't mean to be pushy but I hope you guys might look into the MD's I mentioned above if you struggle with your weight or health issues (High BP, High Cholesterol, Type 2 Diabetes, Constipation, Allergies, Asthma, Auto Immune Disease, Obesity, Gall Stones, Depression, Diverticulitis, etc). It truly is the best way to lose weight AND improve your health. You don't have to count calories and can eat as much as you want.

QUESTION: Can you guys see the belly button area swelling on my most recent photos? It only shows up in the most recent (10 wk) left side view photo. It worried me. I called my doc and they said it was normal. I expected generalized swelling but not swelling in one area making me look like I have a hernia.

What do you ladies think? Is this swelling normal? Did it happen to you or anyone you know here on RS?

I appreciate your help and wish you all Happy Holidays!! Happy continued healing, too!
Hi there! I just got onto the site after a while off. I agree on the bikram. I didn't push myself to get to a class. When I did, I was ready :) I gained weight during the holidays. Too many carbs. And now, with such a tight abdomen, I have horrible burping fits and reflux when I eat too much (and clearly, I don't have will power to eat the little I require, apparently). I couldn't tell too much about the swelling. I can say that my belly button has continued to change, and I saw a big difference after 4 months. You go!
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Wow back to bikram! I can't wait but I'm only 10 days out. There's so many poses that I always thought I could do so much better if my stomach wasn't in the way. And I can't wait to see myself in triangle and not have my belly hanging over my thigh :) just wondering how did you break the 160 thresh hold after being up there for 20 yrs? Namaste ;)
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You look great! Tell me more about "waist clincher", do you wear over spanx? I am 6 weeks and still not comfortable without compression. Did flow yoga yesterday, did not feel good. Going to just do isolated weight training until after new year.
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Just posted another pic of me at 13 weeks in my...

Just posted another pic of me at 13 weeks in my Victoria's Secret push up bra. I never got a breast lift. For now I am letting VS do the work.

I still wear the compression garments I posted pics of but I feel very little if any pain now. I've actually find that the compression garments keep me warm and I like that because it is COLD in Arizona. Yesterday it was as low as 14 in Flagstaff which is an hour away from me. I woke up to snow this morn in Sedona and it's 30 something degrees.

I want to thank you ladies for all your support in 2012 and wish you all a happy and blessed New Year!
Love your ab definition! Your belly button looks perfect! Not too small at all! Don't you just love the VS bras? ? I can never get enough of them. lol
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You look amazing!! Happy New Years and thanks for sharing your story!
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Thanks MamaRuns! Don't know why I didn't see your comment sooner. Sorry about that!
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Went to the dentist this past Tuesday and he told...

Went to the dentist this past Tuesday and he told me I was looking younger. I said I'd lost weight. I didn't mention the TT but I am sure that's why I look younger...no more hanging, protruding, mommy tummy!

Have you ladies heard that, too? That you look younger.
Did you have muscle repair?
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Hi plantstrongmom! Wish i had seen your profile earlier! You have some funny comments (16 &pregnant, and the restaurant tummy pouch story) they made me laugh! I too am plant strong and swear it has helped. I was surrounded by people with bad colds and flu just before my surgery date and didnt get sick! I thought for sure i would (especially after my hairdresser hacked all over for an hour)! I also didnt have any problem with constipation. Took some Colace after 3 days just to be sure. Only took it for that one day. And my weight hasnt gone up either! Well, I just wanted to say hello to a fellow Vegan! You look amazing! Hurray for you!
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Fabulous review and results!
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Hi Ladies - Hope you are all recovering well....

Hi Ladies -

Hope you are all recovering well. FitChick45 and I were talking on here about the wonders of plant strong eating for overall good health and weight loss. I thought posting a picture of my husband might encourage her husband.

So, please see a new pic above of my husband and how eating plant strong has changed his physique. His boss told him he looks younger which a great thing to hear for a man who is 56.

I've lost 20 pounds in the past year and my husband has lost weight, too eating a plant strong diet. Plus, unlike low carb eating (which over taxes the kidneys, makes the body acidic, raises cholesterol and BP), plant strong eating makes you healthy on the outside AND inside. Dr. Atkins, the father of low carb dieting, was fat and died of heart disease.

My cholesterol used to be 198 and now it's 124. My BP used to run 140/90 and this morning it was 108/69. I wake each morining without an alarm clock and have plenty of energy during the day without ever needing caffeine.

For anyone reading this who is open to learning more about losing weight AND getting healthier may I suggest the following books and movie. You can also search YouTube for videos by the esteemed docs mentioned below.

1. "Forks Over Knives", a movie available on Netflix.
2. "The China Study" by T. Colin Campbell, PhD, the Jacob Gould Schumann Professor Emeritus of Nutritional Biochemistry at Cornell University. The NYT refers to "The China Study" as the grand prix of nutritional studies.
3. "Dr. Neal Barnard's Program for Reversing Diabetes" by Neal Barnard, MD. He is the founding president of the Physician's Committee for Responsible Medicine.
4. "Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease" by Caldwell Esseltsyn, MD (Yale and Skull and Bones) of The Cleveland Clinic. This book infulenced former President Clinton to change his eating.
5. "The Starch Solution" by John McDougall, MD. At age 18, Dr. McDougall suffered a massive stroke which he attributed to his high animal product diet. I lost 20 pounds, changed my bp and bloodwork for the good and have tons of energy thanks to Dr. McDougall (see www.drmcdougall.com).

I pray that some of you reading this will take a look at the info above as I know you and your families will be blessed by it. I am grateful to you ladies for encouraging me and sharing your surgery stories. Thank you!

PS I am am almost 29 weeks post op. I will post...

PS I am am almost 29 weeks post op. I will post pics of myself soon. I need to shave so I don't scare you ladies to death or make you toss your lunch!

My only issue is that I have swelling underneath the skin in my upper belly button only. It's worse and visible through clothes after exercise. Docs nurse keeps telling me this is normal. What do you ladies think? Do any of you have localized swelling around your belly button or any other area months after surgery?

PSM, where are you?!  How are you doing?!  I miss you, and I want to know how everything is going!

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your spouse and you together, great pix! he look great at mid 50s.and your blk push up bra, do the trick imo, i love it and your flat sexxi stomach look awesome chica! Love reading about your chloresterol dropping,that is a great thing and BPressure etc. such a great read tonight,and again you look great! sexxi! i can't wait! adios ~CertifiedSexxxiFlatStomach2013~
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I want to do this vegan thing, what's a good site or things to start with
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