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Well the day is almost here. One more day and i will be off to Mexico for my life changing procedure. I am exciting but nervous. Praying that all will go well. :)

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You must be so excited! I remember when I was getting ready to leave for surgery--I could hardly sleep! Wishing you all the best and much success!

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I just said a prayer for you. May you have peace and all go well! Let us know how you're doing afterwards! :)

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Well the day is almost here. One more day and i will be off to Mexico for my life changing procedure. I am exciting but nervous. Praying that all will go well. :)

Who is doing your surgery?

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Good luck to you! Never look back - you're going to love the sleeved life.

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Who is doing your surgery?

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Dr garcia at mi doctor

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Good luck to you! Never look back - you're going to love the sleeved life.

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Thank you:)

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You must be so excited! I remember when I was getting ready to leave for surgery--I could hardly sleep! Wishing you all the best and much success!

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I have mix feelings between excitement and nervousness. I just want everything to go super. I have a son waiting on me home:)

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I have mix feelings between excitement and nervousness. I just want everything to go super. I have a son waiting on me home:)

It's normal to feel this way. Most surgeries go smoothly, remember that. One of the best pieces of advice that I got was to get up and start walking as soon as possible after surgery. Not only does it help get rid of the gas, it helps to avoid the nausea that can come from the anesthesia. Good luck!

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Thank you for the advice. I will keep everyonr update as i go along. When did you had ur surgery n who was ur surgeon?

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I had surgery a little over 3 months ago with Dr. Elias Ortiz at Mi Doctor. If you want to read a really detailed (long) post about my experience, it is here: http://www.verticalsleevetalk.com/topic/65606-my-experience-so-farnow-with-details/

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Ok thank you

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