hmmmm. interesting. not sure what's happening... with the wls, many of us get really bad pains in our coccyx [tailbone]. current theory is that it was always so insulated by all that fat, and now that we've lost so much weight, it is now bearing weight [from sitting on it!!!] and is building strength. trust me, it really hurt.
but you're not sitting on your ribcage... it's not a weight-bearing structure. so this can't be happening here. is it more on one side or the other? sometimes a rapid weight loss will affect your gallbladder [but i'm not going to tell you where the gallbladder is until you answer the question!!!! don't want to bias you!!]
hope someone else has a real answer...
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start: 506 [Sept 2001]
weight at gastric bypass [Jan 29, 2002]: 409
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