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My name is Teresa and I had my surgery a year-and-a-half ago. Coming up to the surgery, I was terrified. I thought that it was going to be like other surgeries I’d had in the past with a long recovery. I was very reassured...

My Journey Is Still Going

Something I get asked quite a bit about is the inability to digest highly fibrous vegetables and proteins, not just red meat, but sometimes chicken, sometimes fish even, can affect sleeve and gastric bypass patients post surgery. I don’t want you not to eat...

Digestive Enzymes

Hi! My name is Terri. I was 50 years old and I had a grandson that was born and it wore me out to hold him–he was 4 months old. My weight kept ballooning and ballooning. I had a hysterectomy 7 years prior and...

Best Decision I Ever Made

I had my surgery on Dec 31, 2014. I was very impressed with the professional and kind staff. I was nervous about the preparation for surgery since I was out of state and would be flying in days before the surgery. A friend in...

I Could Not Be More Pleased

I’m Tia. I had the gastric bypass; it’s been a year. I was at 232 lbs–now I’m down to 169. Dr. Umbach is a wonderful doctor; he saved my life. I had the lap band first and I guess it wasn’t worn right, so...

Wonderful Doctor

I get a lot of questions about hair loss post bariatric surgery and there’s many reasons why hair loss can happen. Now “can” is the word to remember. It doesn’t always happen, but there are some things to take into consideration if you find...

Post Op Hair Loss

Click Here to View the February 2016 Issue of the Blossom Bulletin Every four years, we experience leap year, which adds an extra calendar day to allow the calendar year to catch up with the solar calendar. But, perhaps the extra day gives us...

Blossom Bulletin – February 2016 Issue

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