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I am scheduled for tomorrow afternoon and yes I am nervous.. but I think I am more nervous about what life would be like if I don't have it... I have been on the low carb for two weeks and today is day 2 of the clear liquid pre-op... I have lost 8 lbs... but I am STARVING... ugh. There isn't enough broth/jello/Mio/water to fill me up lol... But I know it will be worth it.... I watched two of my aunts die morbidly obese and I don't want to "be them" and that's where I am headed if I don't have it... Prayers and blessings for everyone..!

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I just got my time....915 tomorrow..I will be so glad..this pre op diet is getting old...I look forward to my new way of life!....best wishes to everyone tomorrow!....talk to u on the other side!

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One week from today -sept 18. I will be joining you all on the sleevie-slim-side !!! Good luck to you all!!!

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My surgery is at 11:30 tomorrow. The countdown begins...

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Wow I can't believe that after all those long months of pre op testing my day is finally here. Tomorrow @ 745 am. I can't wait. I am a little nervous and anxiety. For the past few days I haven't been able to even get my shakes and Water in. I know I will definately have to work on that. Good luck tomorrow to all the sleevers being done tomorrow and I wish you all a speedy recovery! See you on the other side!

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Ugh. I just drank the magnesium carbonate! Not fun. I've been dreading it all day but I know that this time tomorrow I will be sleeved! Surgery at 7:30 am!

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Ugh. I just drank the magnesium carbonate! Not fun. I've been dreading it all day but I know that this time tomorrow I will be sleeved! Surgery at 7:30 am!

I have to take 2 enemas but I don't think its as effective as drinking the magnesium carbonate. I might need to go make a run to Walmart

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Wow.. I am lucky I guess... two days clear liquid ( I am starving by the way, ugh ) and one anti nausea pill three hours prior to surgery tomorrow afternoon... No enemas, laxatives, or magnesium whatever that is LOL

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Surgery in the morning @ 7:30, wow can't believe the time has finally came... I didn't have to drink any of that-just did 2 weeks of pre-op liquid diet & I did good but all the sudden now the evening before I'm starving but this time tomorrow I'll be sleeved... Praying for nothing crazy to happen... Wishing everyone luck & Gods blessings on you tomorrow...

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Today's the day! Barely slept a wink last night! Hope everyone does well today ;-)

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Me either. Talk to u all on the other side

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Good luck to all of you today! Here's to the first day of the rest of your lives! It's your new birthday!! :)

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