Kristin Szilagyi waited with me in the hospital room the day of my obesity surgery: August 27, 2003. Kristin stayed with me up until the last moment when the nurses brought the gurney to deliver me into my new life. And Kristin was there on the “other side” — the term bariatric patients have given […]
My Gastric Bypass Journey Why? I looked into bariatric surgery because my life had become out of control. I had ballooned to morbid obesity and I had been recently diagnosed with, and hospitalized for, diabetes type 2 and hypertension. My triglycerides were bad; my cholesterol was worse. They had been that way, in fact, for a […]
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