Hi everyone, Im George from upstate NY. I have a question for any post-op gastric bypass patients. Im getting gastric bypass on March 17th (which I cant wait to get here) and currently weigh 363. The question is, I want to take pictures of how I look now that way I can compare them to how I look as I go along losing post-surgery and wonder if you have any special advise on how to take the pictures? Most of my weight is basically my abdomin. Should I just take pics of my stomach from the sides and front without a shirt? Should I also get other parts of my body? Were there any of you that took pictuers and wished you had taken more or taken any another way? This is important to me because I know a few people who had the surgery and have lost tons of weight but don't see it when looking in a mirror. These people also didn't take any pictures specifically to look at post-op.
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