Weight Loss




Thanks so much for watching my loves! Leave any questions you have for part 2 below!

Brian Turner coaching:
(I’ll update when he’s taking on more clients – soon!)

More info on the surgery I had – Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy (Do your research, weight loss surgery is NOT for everyone):

Gastric Sleeve Surgery (Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy)


Instagram: @morganlosing
Snapchat: morganlosing
Twitter: @morganlosing

PO Box 3177
Ventura, CA

Highest weight – 286 lbs
Surgery day weight (VSG 8/17/15) – 253 lbs
Low weight: 172 lbs
Current weight – 190 lbs

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My segment on The Doctors:

My article in PEOPLE Magazine:

My article on perezhilton.com:

Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy done by Dr. Barry Sanchez at Ventura Bariatrics 8/17/15

Breast lift + Axiliaryplasty (skin removal of underarms) done by Dr. Kao on 12/19/16

Oocyte Cryopreservation (Egg retrieval + freezing) done by Dr. Wendy Chang at Southern California Reproductive Center

“Good things come to those who wait, but only what’s left from those who take action.”

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  1. My husband is going Wednesday to a bariatric surgeon. He is wondering how long it took from first dr visit to sleeve surgery? Also, how was it covered through your medical insurance?

  2. I don’t know why I’m crying but this WHOLE video so far I felt like I can relate to. I feel like I’m watching myself in a mirror. I’m only 14 minutes but every single thing that you have said is me. Being 18 & getting weight loss surgery, having depression, anxiety, OCD & bipolar disorder. The only thing that was different is that I was diagnosed with PCOS. I struggled with my weight for as long as I can remember. I homeschooled my senior year of high school because I felt like I was so heavy & had huge insecurities. I only had 3 friends in high school. I gained 60 pounds while I being homeschooled. That took a huge toll on me when I went to the doctor. My highest weight was 372. It was so embarrassing. I considered weight loss surgery before I was homeschooled though but it was extremely hard to find someone who did weight loss on a minor or take my insurance. I’m 18 now & the hospital I’m having my weight loss surgery at covers it but I was denied because i didn’t have a medical issue until I was diagnosed with PCOS. Im in the mist of reapplying now. Another thing I can relate to is putting school on hold. I didn’t even apply to colleges or take my ACT test because when I found out my weight, I just knew I had to make this my main focus. I think this is the right decision for me but sometimes I do feel like I’m left behind because kids that I went to high school with are attending college this year. I know in the future I’m going to look back on this & thank myself for making this decision. At least I know that my health is in good condition & I can actually look forward to the future.

  3. Love your video. Thanks heaps.

    Don't be disappointed. BE ACTUATED…new plan…get angry…TAKE ACTION

    you're helping us. lets help each other and keep going.

  4. OMG we are so similar. My birthday is in early June and I'm 18 about to turn 19 and im starting the process of getting the surgery. I also feel like I didn't experience high school because of my weight. subscribed!

  5. I had my sleeve done in January 2017 and was very successful too
    I was 250 and down to 105 and maintained weight with no problems

    How did you go about having the extra skin removed? How did you get your hair to grow?
    I struggle with dehydration Most of the time.

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