writing this on August 23rd,-06”--three months
to the day since I had my surgery with the Forerunners
Healthcare in India. At my last weigh-in,
I was down 68 pounds. That was in the middle of
July. I started at over 330 pounds. My results
have been remarkable and I've been very fortunate
in my recovery. I had only one bad period when
for about three weeks I was fatigued and dizzy.
It did go away, though, and the sailing since has
been very smooth. But that's the only thing I've
found that I can't eat. And I think the key to
all of my success is following the doctor's instructions.
The surgery, as the doctor will tell you, is only
the beginning. It's just a tool to help you with
your weight loss. If you want to have success,
you HAVE TO modify your eating habits. It's the
only way to get the most out of the surgery.
to the operation, I was a sweet-aholic, loved
fried foods and loved bread. Since the surgery,
I've eaten no sugar to speak of, no fried
foods and about two pieces of bread--total.
It hasn't been easy, but it's necessary.
Otherwise, you'll have had the surgery for
nothing. But the good news is, with a smaller
stomach, you won't want to overeat, because
if you do, you'll get very uncomfortable.
I've had that happen a few times, and it
reminds me not to do it again.
As far as the doctors go, I can't imagine any
better person in India than Dr. Dheeraj
Bojwani to assist you for this. And he
assured me that they'd have the best people possible
working on the surgical team to make sure I did
make it. And as you can see, I did fine! Dr.
Dheeraj Bojwani was always assisting me
both before and after the surgery and if you decide
to have gastric bypass surgery, I highly recommend
that you choose Forerunners Healthcare
Consultants in India. My experience has
been fantastic--pre-op, op and post-op. And it
was very comforting to know that if I had a question
about ANYTHING during my recovery, they were there
to answer it. If you’re ready for it, take
the step. And get your surgery with the Forerunners