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Forget diet and exercise, I lost 10 pounds the easy way!

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Helen321
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You too can lose the weight, unsightly cancer cells getting you down, sign up now to have them surgically removed! Choose rectal cancer and real food will be a thing of the past! You'll never want to see pasta leave your body that way again! It's all available now for only $10,000, sign up today!

Coppercent
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Joined: Jan 2012

I had lunch with a friend yesterday and her two daughters are getting married soon. She went on weight watchers and has lost about 25 pounds. I asked her why she didn't advice me of her weight loss plan before because I have been on the rectal cancer weight loss program. I said I have lost more weight but I think her plan was cheaper.

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Helen321
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lol Thanks to insurance, otherwise, forget it, you'd have to sell a kidney or two. Oh wait, would they take kidneys from cancer patients? Surgery number one was 10 pounds. Coming up on surgery number two and doctor has warned me I'm likely to lose 15 or more this round. Losing 15 pounds, a woman's worst nightmare! lol Not. Now the pooping in a bag part,that I'd love to pass on (pun intended).

DannyMeeks
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Joined: Jun 2012

I am almost six months past my surgery for rectal cancer. You are so right about losing the weight with cancer! lol I have lost about 40 lbs since October of 2011 when I was diagnosed. The first six days post surgery I ate nothing but ice chips. I have to admit that I kept the nurses running. After four days they offered me a liquid diet and I tried it...nothing doing. I sent it back and asked for more ice chips. You speak the truth about real food being a thing of the past. lol I am so tired of pasta! I was lucky...sorta. I do not have a bag but in return for that little favor I gave up part of my rectal reservoir. If the urge hits...well...let's just leave that subject alone in polite company! lol

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Helen321
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lol Remind me not to stand to close to you!

katenorwood
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Hello !
I don't have the same cancer...but the c-diet has gone through my head enough days where I chuckle at the weight loss commercials. Don't think many would sign up....this type of diet OMG...people would rethink their eating habits. Thanks for the humor ! Hope all is well ! Katie

akbrat
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Joined: Jul 2012

Yeah, I too don't have the same cancer, but lost 30 lbs in the 6 months before my treatments began (from 180 to 150 lbs - call me 5 feet tall).

My nutritionist and doctors told me I needed try to maintain my weight.

Damn, this has been the easiest weight loss plan to date!!

Being diabetic, I had to laugh when they told me I would need to eat a lot of mashed potatoes, macaroni and cheese, and white bread. I was like, "What? Are you trying to kill me? Took me 2 years to get all that junk OUT of my diet and now you want me to eat it again?"

Sure do wish we could market this plan, but as you say, I don't think many would sign up!

AKBrat

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abrub
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my daughter chose another great way to lose weight: dysentery! (She was living in India.)

We often joked about the mother-daughter diet plans - cancer and dysentery, quick, and you don't have to think about it. The weight just comes off!

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Alexandra
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after I had 3 liters of fluid (ascites) drained from my abdomen.
Lost another 10 lbs after the first chemo round.

Eat your heart out Jenny Craig!

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Helen321
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I really wish this site had a like button! I think it would be so much more pleasant=)

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Helen321
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oops

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Helen321
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ooops

NJZ62
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Hi Alexandra,

I've been looking for someone who has had some experience with ascites and saw your post.

I just had 2 liters of fluid drained, and it definitely helped, but I'm still somewhat bloated and legs, feet pretty swollen. I was glad to see that you said the ascites improved with chemo - I just had my first round last week so probably too early to see much change.

Love the posts about "cancer diets" - all my life I've struggled with losing weight - now, not so much!

Hope you are doing well with your treatments.

Nancy

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debrajo
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I must be doing something wrong??? I GAINED 30, no fluid,no loss of taste, no up-set tummy...sigh! I want my money back! debrajo

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shinning_like_me
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too good to loose that weight lol

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ConnieSW
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I lost nearly 30 pounds while in treatment last year.  Whenever I run into someone I haven't seen in a couple years, I am told how great I look.  I laugh and tell them I was on this amazing diet that took no will power at all.

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