I had my revision from VSG to DS April 7th. It was the best decision I have ever made. I don't know if I would have had the nerve to do this without all the information I learned on this site. I also followed the vitamin regimen posted by Stefanie S, that was extremely helpful. I have been fortunate enough not to have diarrhea other than 2 times since surgery. Both times were when I ate things I shouldn't have had. I tend to have constipation. I was obsessed with the scale in the beginning. What a mistake! I would go weeks without losing weight and then after 3 weeks lose 6 lbs. I finally listened to the posts to other people to stay off the scale. I have lost 49 lbs. I'm down from 235 to 186. I go shopping in my basement as I go down sizes. (Clothes I had when I lost weight from the VSG) The feeling is wonderful! My husband and I have been working out at Planet Fitness 3 times a week since the middle of June. Then we head to our favorite restaurant for breakfast. I have 2 eggs, 2 bacon, 2 sausage, and 2 ham. I don't eat the hash browns or pancakes, like I did before surgery. I take home the bacon and ham and eat that for a snack. We ride our bicycles 5 miles five nights a week. I feel great! Thanks to everyone on this site, life feels good! In June I did go through a time where I was so tired I could hardly walk from my bedroom to the bathroom. My PCP did test my iron level and I am anemic. (I was before surgery too) I asked her about iron injections, but she said no, she gave me an iron prescription and took me off my high blood pressure medicine. She has been really cold to me since I gave her the letter I got off this site (Letter to Your PCP). At my 3 month appointment, I asked if she was going to order my vitamin bloodwork. I told her I wanted to make sure I was taking the right vitamins, knowing the malabsorption of this surgery. She got huffy and said "all bariatric surgeries have malabsorption, not just this one". "Just take your Centrum and iron and you'll be just fine". She said she may order my vitamin labs in a couple months. I also asked her about a couple bloodwork readings I got back, ( some where high and some were low) when she did my iron, but I never got an answer from her. My records show I had bariatric surgery, but not the specific surgery I had. I have asked and asked to have them put the specific surgery I had, but I was told it really doesn't make a difference if the record just says bariatric surgery. I'm really beginning to wonder if I'm expecting too much or if she just doesn't care.