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I live on the NW side of the city. I am a 28 year old female. If anyone wants to get together, talk on the phone, email etc. Let me know!

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I live on the NW side of the city. I am a 28 year old female. If anyone wants to get together, talk on the phone, email etc. Let me know!

Hey girl! I am currently in Texas - but originally from IL, and we're moving back there in June. Not from the Chi-town area - about 3 hrs southwest in the Quad Cities, but my friends and I used to always take monthly trips up on the train to shop, etc. So I know I am not close now, but will be a lot closer, soon! :) I still have quite a few college friends that live up in the city or the burbs as well. I graduated from Western IL back in 2004.

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I live on the NW side of the city. I am a 28 year old female. If anyone wants to get together, talk on the phone, email etc. Let me know!

I was actually going to send you a message and then I found this! I saw that Dr. Rosett did your surgery. He's my doc too! I haven't been banded yet but I'm sure my surgery will be sometime before the middle of Feb. I would love to have someone else to talk to, email, get together, etc who is going through the same thing!! I live in Wicker Park... what area do you live in?

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I live on the NW side of the city. I am a 28 year old female. If anyone wants to get together, talk on the phone, email etc. Let me know!

Hi! I live in the Northern suburbs - work in Chicago. I just had my surgery 1/17/11 - would love to chat, give support by e-mail, etc. It is good to know others who are going through the same thing!

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