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A 96Lb Weight Loss Journey: F/29/5'6'' Shares Experience 6 Months Post Tummy Tuck on Reddit

Read about a woman's weight loss journey through her Reddit post. From 265lbs to 169lbs, she shares her experience 6 months post tummy tuck.

Article by Madeleine Smith

A picture of a 5'6" female showing a weight loss from 265 pounds to 169 pounds. A total loss of 96 pounds.
F/29/5'6" [265lbs > 169lbs =96lbs] (3 years) 6 months post tummy tuck
Originally posted on /r/progresspics


Losing weight can be a challenging and emotional journey. For Reddit user MadhuvanRiver, it took three years of commitment and hard work to lose 96lbs. She recently shared her journey on the platform, including her experience six months post tummy tuck surgery.

Overcoming Obstacles

MadhuvanRiver's journey was not without obstacles. She shared her struggles with binge-eating and credited her success to finding balance in her diet and fitness routine. She also emphasized the importance of self-love and acceptance throughout the process.

Tummy Tuck Surgery

MadhuvanRiver chose to undergo a tummy tuck surgery to remove excess skin after her significant weight loss. When asked about the recovery process, she stated that she did not experience much pain and believes it was worth it.

Community Support

The Reddit community rallied behind MadhuvanRiver, praising her efforts and transformation. She responded with gratitude and encouragement for others considering their own weight loss journeys.


MadhuvanRiver's story serves as a reminder that reaching a weight loss goal takes time, dedication, and self-love. Her journey also highlights the potential benefits of tummy tuck surgery for those who have lost a significant amount of weight. Whether your goal is weight loss or overall health, finding balance and support can help make the journey a little easier.

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