I am almost 4 months out and I believe I am currently at a stall in my weight loss. I knew I was at this plateau, today I tested my urine and I am totally NOT in ketosis!! That made me a bit depressed. I have cheated a bit over the Christmas and New Year holiday. I feel like I have gained weight actually, but the scale shows me staying steady. I have lost a total of 67 lbs since my surgery. I am getting back on track this week, now that I am on a decent schedule at work. I know I have to get moving on the exercise and back on the diet track. I am also feeling a little lonely in this whole process. I have no one in my area that has had this surgery and no one really understands the things I am going through, although they are somewhat supportive. My support group has gone "belly up" and the closest one is 3 hrs away. I miss that personal "one on one" interaction with others in the same boat.
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