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    You know, when you weigh a thousand pounds, losing 90 of them is like taking a big dump, isn't it?
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    Is she losing weight from sitting there jiggling, or just by not eating for six hours of the day? Ugh.....hopefully she isn't laying there gobbling Big Macs while he's jiggling her. Fuck....brain bleach please!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhateverLolaWants View Post
    You know, when you weigh a thousand pounds, losing 90 of them is like taking a big dump, isn't it?

    Like throwing a deck chair off the Titanic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by *Kat* View Post
    How does she shave her legs? or anywhere for that matter.
    She doesn't. Her poor emotionally damaged son looks after her needs.

    anyway... BUMPING THREAD!
    'If you don't walk you could die': Morbidly obese woman willingly puts her life at risk after refusing to get out of bed on My 600lb Life


    • Pauline Potter weighed nearly 700lbs before having gastric bypass
    • The 51-year-old was warned that she could develop a fatal blood clot if she didn't get out of bed following her weight loss surgery



    A morbidly obese woman put her life in danger by refusing to walk after her gastric bypass surgery - even though she was warned that she could develop a blood clot from her lack of physical activity and die.

    When Pauline Potter, 51, from Sacramento, California, joined TLC's obesity series My 600lb Life, she weighed nearly 700lbs and was completely dependent on her 21-year-old son Dillon. But after finally realizing the severe impact her weight was having on her health, she and Dillon decided to make the move to Houston, Texas, so that Pauline could receive treatment from obesity specialist Dr Younan Nowzaradan.

    But despite claiming that she was committed to shedding her excess weight after undergoing a gastric bypass – saying that she determined to do so for the sake of her son – Pauline quickly started making excuses to avoid getting out of bed following the procedure.



    At risk: Pauline Potter, 51, started crying after she was told that she could develop a life-threatening blood clot if she didn't get out of bed and start walking




    Doctor knows best: Obesity specialist Dr Younan Nowzaradan grew frustrated with Pauline's excuses. 'I want to see you walk out of this room,' he told her


    'She still has to make the decision to be healthy on her own,' Dr Nowzaradan told the cameras. 'If she doesn't the surgery will be a waste. This is her last chance. I hope she takes it.'
    Although Dr Nowzaradan explained that she was putting herself in danger of developing a life-threatening blood clot, Pauline tearfully refused to get up.
    'I pulled a muscle in my stomach,' she told him. 'I know you always think it's an excuse, but if it's hurting me, it is there.'
    She added: 'I am only on day five of a really big surgery.'
    Dr Nowzaradan reminded her that patients are typically discharged just two days after having gastric bypass.
    'You are making excuses that are not acceptable,' he said. 'I want to see you walk out of this room.'
    But Pauline continued to make excuses for her frustrating behavior, tearfully telling her doctor that he couldn't – and shouldn’t – expect such fast results.




    No choice: Before her surgery, Pauline depended on her niece Megan to come to her house to wash her hair




    Limited options: Pauline also had to have Megan give her sponge baths because she couldn't fit into the shower




    Slow travels: Because she had trouble fitting into cars, Pauline would travel to the grocery store in her electric wheelchair


    Because she wouldn't walk, she had no other choice but to undergo another high-risk surgery to put a blood clot filter into her leg.
    And after spending several months in the hospital, Pauline was finally ready to be discharged – but still refused to get up at her doctor's request.
    Dr Nowzaradan, who was concerned that Pauline would end up undoing the results her surgery, noted that she had been a difficult patient throughout her stay.
    'Her attitude is her biggest problem right now,' he said.
    When viewers first met Pauline she was being cared for by her son and her niece Megan. She wasn't able to do anything on her own except 'feed and wipe' herself.
    'I am absolutely trapped in this body,' she explained. 'I let myself get way out of control. I feel like I am dying every day.'
    While her niece washed her hair and gave her sponge baths, Dillon had the full-time job of being her primary caregiver.



    Final choice: Pauline and her 21-year-old son Dillon moved from Sacramento, California to Houston, Texas, so they could meet with Dr Nowzaradan



    Fast food: Dillon, who was Pauline's primary caregiver, can be seen handing his mom the McDonalds order she had requested




    Healthy eating: In order to prepare for her surgery, Pauline was admitted into the hospital and put on a limited 800 calorie-per-day diet, which included lean meats and vegetables


    'I do feel bad for Dillon just because it doesn't seem like he has had much of a life,' Megan said, explaining to the cameras that his relationship with his mom is more like that of a client and their caregiver.
    Although she felt like a burden, Pauline said she couldn't stop eating and called it the 'highlight' of her day.
    Pauline explained that she had been struggling with her weight since she was a child. When her parents had gotten divorce, she often went hungry because her mother was a homemaker and unable to buy them food.
    After her parents got back together and food was readily available, she started 'overdoing it'.
    Pauline said she began to get 'chubby' when she was eight-years-old, and by the time she was 17, she weighed nearly 300lbs. She hit the 500lb mark at 29 - the same year she gave birth to Dillon.



    Drastic changes: Dr Nowzaradan performed gastric bypass surgery on Pauline, pictured, after she lost 40lbs during her hospital stay



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    Help me: Pauline only attempted to walk once after her surgery, despite being warned that she was at-risk of developing a fatal blood clot





    Repercussions: Pauline had to have another high-risk surgery, so Dr Nowzaradan could put a blood clot filter into her leg


    'I’ll probably die in my bed one day and I don’t want my son to find me,' she told the cameras tearfully. 'I feel like I’ve done enough damage to him that that’ll be the final straw.'
    But eight months after she started her journey, not much had changed for Pauline or Dillon.
    Although she had gotten down to 535lbs, she wasn't losing weight like she was expected to.
    She also stubbornly refused to do anything but limited activities of her choosing. She skipped several physical therapy appointments and opted to go swimming instead.
    'The pool is safer than the physical therapist's office,' she said. 'If I fall it would be a dangerous situation.'
    While Pauline was thrilled that she lost nearly 150lbs, Dr Nowzaradan reminded her that she should have dropped at least another 60lbs since leaving hospital.




    Getting angry: Dr Nowzaradan reprimanded Pauline for not losing enough weight since her surgery





    Stubborn woman: Pauline continuously canceled her physical therapy appointments because she thought swimming was safer






    Slow progress: A year after she had vowed to lose weight, Pauline was still unable to walk on her own


    Dr Nowzaradan said it was clear that she had not changed her dangerous eating habits, adding that she was nowhere near achieving the sort of weight loss expected of someone in her situation.He later learned that Pauline was refusing to see the physical therapists who had contacted her multiple times and that still wasn't walking.
    Despite voicing his worries that she wouldn’t survive for another year, after putting her body under such strain for so long, Dr Nowzaradan admitted that there was little left he could do for Pauline if she wasn’t willing to make any changes to her lifestyle.
    'She has no intention to change right now,' he said.
    He added: 'You want every patient to be a success, but that's not reality. Hopefully, Dillon won't end up burying his mother soon.'
    Pauline noted: 'I feel like I am making the progress that I want. I do have to take it at my own pace. I know I will get there that way.'




















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    Yet another 'GR thread of awesome with a pinch of ickyness thrown in for good measure'.. haha

    Oh my gawd.. what can you say about Pauline .. My blood was boiling reading her update .. she has all these people trying to help her and she just says, ah fark it!

    She is such a mess both physically and emotionally .. you have to wonder if she really does have any strength left in her to keep going with anything.. let alone her weight-loss.

    My heart goes out to Dillion, that poor lad and what he has to go through each day.. and i wish them both well and hope things turn out for the best.

    Thank you for posting Pauline's update, Twitchy.
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    If she could just keep the weight off, one pair of no-longer-needed panties could provide mosquito netting for an entire Panamanian village.

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    I'm sorry but how is this woman still alive? How are her arteries not all 100% clogged and then some? How does blood even flow?
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    This makes me want to go and find a .gif of that woman that Twitchy likes so much. Y'know, the one cleaning her folds with the brush?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kittylady View Post
    This makes me want to go and find a .gif of that woman that Twitchy likes so much. Y'know, the one cleaning her folds with the brush?
    I remember reading a story, decades ago, of an obese person who was being seen by a doctor because they had a burning in their side. When the doctor checked it out, he found a rotten, forgotten about sandwich in between the folds of skin.
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    Well, in all fairness Mo, I sometimes stash food in my folds for later. It's much more convenient than getting up to go to the fridge.
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    I feel so sorry for her son.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nwgirl View Post
    Well, in all fairness Mo, I sometimes stash food in my folds for later. It's much more convenient than getting up to go to the fridge.
    I know what you look like - you couldn't even store a cocktail toothpick in there.
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    *whispers* so am I the only one who has found a stray nibble in her cleavage and, because there was nobody else about to see, eaten it?
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    there is also a lovely video at the link for anyone who wants more, although I recommend splurging and getting the entire show from iTunes
    Quote Originally Posted by Kittylady View Post
    This makes me want to go and find a .gif of that woman that Twitchy likes so much. Y'know, the one cleaning her folds with the brush?
    Should I wait or just go ahead and ban you now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post
    I remember reading a story, decades ago, of an obese person who was being seen by a doctor because they had a burning in their side. When the doctor checked it out, he found a rotten, forgotten about sandwich in between the folds of skin.
    Jfc, I was literally chewing a bite of cuban sandwich and almost threw it up after reading this.
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