Hello _ I don't tend to use these forums much so sorry if this is in the wrong place! I had Roux-en-y gastric bypass march 2008 and lost just over 12 and half stone getting down to 14st - for me that was positively skinny and I was pretty happy with that - for the first time in my life I wasn't stressing about loosing weight it was like a huge pressure had been lifted. I kept the weight off relatively easily and went on to have a baby in 2010 and didn't gain any weight with that pregnancy but then had another baby in sept 2013 and gained 2st. I have spent the last 4mths trying and failing to loose this weight and it is totally freaking me out, I cannot seem to loose it - I loose a few pounds and then put it back on again very easily. It seems my restriction has gone and my pouch is no longer working I am terrified I am going to gain more weight. I have been reading and discovered that some bypass patients have a revision operation called band after bypass. My questions are - has anyone had this op and under what circumstances did they have it? Did they have to pay or was it NHS funded? Did it do the trick and help them start to loose weight again? Any information about this and revision surgery in general would be much appreciated. I feel such a failure I haven't got the nerve to go and speak to my GP about it. Thank you.