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RobinAnn

Gastric Sleeve Patients
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  1. Yes, it is considered paid the year you incur the debt. (Same as if you put a charitable contribution on your credit card on 12/31, that is a deductible contribution for that year.)

    The following quote is from the IRS Pub 502, Medical and Dental Expenses, 2008

    If you use a credit card, include medical expenses you charge to your credit card in the year the charge is made, not when you actually pay the amount charged.


  2. Meant to add... hope your MRSA clears up soon.

    I had a postponement to my surgery too. I was scheduled for mid-June but developed a rash on the back of my leg and in my groin area. Two days before surgery the dermatologist determined the groin rash was a raging yeast-type infection. She did not advise surgery at the time so I had to postpone for a month. While I was disappointed, it all worked out.


  3. I am just going to have to figure out what I need to do to get it to look right. I did something wrong somewhere.

    RobinAnn... any suggestions???

    I assume you mean the rounding and the centering?

    I'd choose all the blue blocks from Laptastic down (shift and mouseclick) and then click on the "align" icon. Choose "center". Keeping those same fields chosen, click on the "123" icon and choose "two decimals".


  4. I should have had my second fill today but had to reschedule due to a conflict with my husband's work travel (I have to travel across the state for my fills).

    I'm rescheduled for next Thursday (the 24th) and I really need it. I had some restriction until three days ago and it was like the floodgates of hunger were released. Struggling mightily this week. Next Thursday can't get here soon enough. I've only lost 16 pounds since surgery, but it's better than gaining, that's for sure.


  5. I am in :thumbup: I just need to update my Halloween ticker to the Turkey Day Challenge. :frown:

    I added my information to the spreadsheet but it did not calculate the information just FYI.

    Looking forward to losing with everyone :seeya:

    I'll take a look at the spreadsheet and fix it.


  6. 10 dozen large eggs

    Your weight loss =

    1 pound = a Guinea Pig

    1.5 pounds = a dozen Krispy Kreme glazed donuts

    2 pounds = a rack of baby back ribs

    3 pounds = an average human brain

    4 pounds = an ostrich egg

    5 pounds = a Chihuahua

    6 pounds = a human's skin

    7.5 pounds = an average newborn

    8 pounds = a human head

    10 pounds= chemical additives an American consumes each year

    11 pounds = an average housecat

    12 pounds = a Bald Eagle

    15 pounds = 10 dozen large eggs

    16 pounds = a small whale's brain

    20 pounds = an automobile tire

    23 pounds = amount of pizza an average American eats in a year

    24 pounds = a 3-gallon tub of super premium ice cream

    25 pounds = an average 2 year old

    30 pounds = amount of cheese an average American eats in a year

    33 pounds = a cinder block

    36 pounds = a mid-size microwave

    40 pounds = a 5-gallon bottle of Water or an average human leg

    44 pounds = an elephant's heart

    50 pounds = a small bale of hay

    55 pounds = a 5000 BTU air conditioner

    66 pounds = fats and oils an average American eats in a year

    70 pounds = an Irish Setter

    77 pounds = a gold brick

    80 pounds = the World's Largest Ball of Tape

    90 pounds = a newborn calf

    100 pounds = a 2 month old horse

    111 pounds = red meat an average American eats in a year

    117 pounds = an average fashion model (and she's 5'11")

    118 pounds = the complete Encyclopedia Britannica

    120 pounds = amount of trash you throw away in a month

    130 pounds = a newborn giraffe

    138 pounds = potatoes an average American eats in a year

    140 pounds = refined sugar an average American eats in a year

    144 pounds = an average adult woman (and she's 5'4")

    150 pounds = the complete Oxford English Dictionary

    187 pounds = an average adult man

    200 pounds = 2 Bloodhounds

    235 pounds = Arnold Schwarzenegger

    300 pounds = an average football lineman

    400 pounds = a Welsh pony

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