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2Nd Shot At Lapband

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Started by Michael, Feb 25, 2012 2:30 PM
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    Cazzy

    Bariatric Master

  • Posts: 1,496
  • Joined: Jul 2011
  • Gender: Female
  • Location: UK
  • Surgery: LAP-BAND
  • Surgery Date: Jan 2011
  • Height: 5 feet 4 inches
  • Starting Weight: 400 lbs
  • Weight Lost: 236 lbs
  • Current Weight: 164 lbs
  • Goal Weight: 160 lbs
  • BMI: 28.1
Posted April 12, 2012 - 5:25 PM

#11
Would the department of health preclude women because they were single and no children ?, if its only men it seems very discriminatory, you should ask for a written copy of their criteria so u can see it in writing and not over the phone ..

Have u applied for things like biggest loser, Obese, a year to save my life ? .. or some of the tv companies might be willing to sponser you in exchange for doing a film of your WLS journey.
i would also apporach your local church/community centre for help financially or ask them for help to do some fund raising for you like a ( we call them jumble sales here ) i think you may call them rummage sales ? where u sell peoples cast offs etc .. I am sure a lot of people in the US including some here could donate some big clothing to sell as against give money in this economic climate .. You got to get creative in this day and age where money is tight and people cant afford any spare cash to help others :)


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