Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the right answer. I'll do some research and get back to you if I got an answer. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably can answer it..
You need to give yourself a break! Take the.
And walk later. Remember that you are still recovering from MAJOR.
Give yourself a break! I have felt so tired for the past two weeks but I feel like I just turned a corner. I didn't have to take a.
Yesterday and felt like I had some of my old energy back!.
Take it one day at a time! You didn't make a bad decision!! You made a good one...for YOU!..
In my pre op requirements was to get a psych evaluation. I talked with a therapist several times and my insurace paid for it (except my copay) because of depression..
Check into it and see what coverage you may have available for mental health coverage. I expect that I will also need someone to talk to during the up coming year, after all they did not remove the feelings that come along with our disease. It is a journey that is for the rest of your life...
We've all been there done that. Especially in the beginning. That feeling will eventually pass, but even at 5 months out, I occasionlly feel it. I also wanted to comment on you eating cream of wheat. Is that in your plan? It has little protein and seems like it would fill you up quickly making it hard to get in your protein for the day. On my plan I can't eat any carbs for 6 months.
If the cream of wheat is on your plan and has protein, then go for it, but it just seems like to me it might really expand in your pouch. Just saying!..
This operation and the.
Leading up to it must change the brain's levels of serotonin and/or norepinephrine. I wish one of the experts would comment on it..
I was on Welbutrion before the operation and have gone back on it after the operation but it has not been enough. One thing for me is that I do not feel I am healing fast eough. I hate having the Gasyrostomy tube & am still runnig a low grade fever 18 days out of 2nd.
Keep following your plan find a substitute for cream of wheat. Buck up Buttercup! I.
The pain passes and you bounce back quickly to feel better...