Gastric Sleeve Surgery France Review From Rosemary

Rosemary had Gastric Sleeve Surgery in France in 2013.

This is Rosemary's Story in her own words.
For me, Christmas Day 2012, was the day my life changed!
Better than any Christmas present, I came upon Tullia Law !
Feeling at the lowest ebb, Tullia gave me hope.

My life was on a downward spiral, and I felt I had nothing to live for.

In fact, I had to face the reality that if I did not take drastic action soon, my future, long or short term, would be grim. I was very, very, overweight! Bariatric surgery.
I was very apprehensive about taking that route. I had read every diet book, and tried every diet. Nothing worked, not for long anyway! Should I spend money looking for a remedy?
Could I, should I, trust a lady whom I'd never met with a considerable amount of my money?
Would I be able to cope in a hospital where I could not speak the language? What if it all went wrong? Procrastination is the thief of time!
I just had to get on and do what I had to do,no more dithering!
The wheels were soon in motion once I had made my decision, and I had told Tullia that I wanted to come to France to have sleeve gastrectomy. Looking back now, making that decision was the hardest part of the whole process but is one that I shall never regret. I was a classic candidate for developing diabetes, I had breathing difficulties and my mobility was poor. I needed help, in order to manage my daily life, and I was registered disabled. Things could not get much worse at the very time I had begun retirement, and should have been looking forward to a life without work, and all the stresses which went with that.
Within weeks of having gastric sleeve surgery, I felt like a different person!
The weight dropped off me. I was able to take back my independence. I no longer felt so depressed. I could walk more comfortably without feeling pain and becoming breathless.
I began to enjoy life again the more weight I lost.I managed to lose seven stone!
I was able to start making plans for my future!
Tullia tracked my progress, and continued to encourage me, this, together with comments from family and friends, indicating that they could see a change in me, spurred me on. In the past, when they said that I was 'looking well', I took it as a euphemism for, ' You've put more weight on!'
From time to time, my weight fluctuated, sometimes my weight went up, sometimes I didn't lose any.I became very disheartened, but somehow I managed to keep going. I have managed to lose seven stone, and I am working on losing more.
It is a lifelong project!
I can go out to restaurants with family and friends, and I am happy to just have one course. I will often take a doggy bag home too!
I know how much I can comfortably eat before I get the warning signs to say, 'That's enough!'
It took a while for friends to understand that I am quite happy to stop after the first course, whilst they go on to each of the next three or four courses!
My life has changed in other ways too.
I love travelling, but I was able to do less and less of it when my health deteriorated due to weight issues.
Since gastric sleeve gastrectomy, I can't wait to plan my next trip!
I have been to China and managed to walk along a section of the Great Wall, despite the high steps which had to be negotiated!
I was able to go on my very first cruise, and went to Chile, rgentina, and Uruguay. Reaching the southern tip of South America, I realised that I was only two hundred miles from the South Pole! I was determined to go there!
Last Christmas I went on an expedition ship down to Antarctica. What a fantastic experience that was!
To fully appreciate this amazing place, we needed to leave the ship and get into zodiacs, now that would have been an impossibility before I had my gastric sleeve!
There was food, plenty of it, on board the expedition ship, you couldn't get away from it!
I can't believe how good life can be now that so many opportunities are within my reach. However, my retirement is not one big round of constant travelling! I am very involved with the local Hospice. Much of my week is taken up with either taking patients to and from the Day Centre, or giving people support in their own homes. I am helping people who are at the end of their lives, they may have severe breathing difficulties, or mobility problems, the very problems that I once had, except that in my case, these problems were self inflicted.
None of this would I have ever been able to contemplate before losing all this weight.I shall forever be grateful to Tu lia and of course Dr B and his team.
For those who are considering weight loss surgery, you need not be worried about taking such an important step.
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https://gastricbandfrance.co.ukRosemary had Gastric Sleeve Surgery in France in 2013.This is Rosemary's Story in her own words.For me, Christmas Day 2012, was the day my life changed!Better than any Christmas present, I came upon Tullia Law ! Feeling at the lowest ebb, Tullia gave me hope.My life was on a downward spiral, and I felt I had nothing to live for.In fact, I had to face the reality that if I did not take drastic action soon, my future, long or short term, would be grim. I was very, very, overweight! Bariatric surgery.I was very apprehensive about taking that route. I had read every diet book, and tried every diet. Nothing worked, not for long anyway! Should I s...