It lies between the uterus and the rectum. It is present only in females.
Life after weight loss surgery can be challenging in ways many people did not anticipate before surgery. Luckily, it also rewarding in more ways than a person can count.
But that which is worthwhile is rarely attained easily. It take daily commitment, dedication, and determination. In peace and with connection, Reeger Emily February 11, at 4: I have a few questions for you.
First, a little backstory on my self. I was banded in December I was a self pay patient here in Tampa Florida.
I began my journey at Initially I feel like I received lots of support from my doctor and his team for the first year. However after that it was more like they would get me in the office for a quick fill. The last 40 were due to lots of PBing and eating around the band. I thin had an unfill and gained 25 pounds before be Becoming pregnant.
I managed to maintain my weight throughout the pregnancy and only gained 10 pounds. Since then I have been trying to get on track but I feel like I lack the support from my doctor. What I am trying to do is get educated and weed through the diet and exersise myths and use my lap bad as the tool it really is.
I have a few questions. During your 2nd podcast about the lap band you talk about how to determine if some one needs a fill. One thing you talk about is eating whole foods. What are some examples of whole foods, what should be the average portion size if a meal, and should one eat snacks or just 3 meals a day?
Also, you talk about exersise. There are so many options for exersise. In your opinion what is the best mix of cardio, strength training, and stretching? What is the optimal about of time for each, the optimal amount of days a week and the intensity I should be working out to achieve weightless.
I would appreciate your feedback if possible. Thank you reeger February 12, at 5:Pouch of Douglas. Pouch of Douglas is a peritoneal fold present behind the uterus.
It lies between the uterus and the rectum. It is present only in females. Jennifer Bain, MD, PhD, is an assistant professor of neurology at CUMC, in the Division of Child Neurology.
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