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@@GENNYOSKINNY did you have to do a pre-op diet requirement? or any other requirements to be approved?

nope just go to a few doc clearance heart, lung inside tummy the whole process took about 6 months

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nope just go to a few doc clearance heart, lung inside tummy the whole process took about 6 months

I had a heart attack at 35 so I had comorbities

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nope just go to a few doc clearance heart, lung inside tummy the whole process took about 6 months

I had a heart attack at 35 so I had comorbities

Oh ok, that's good to know. I don't have any heart problems, just sleep apnea and I just had a sleep study last month. so I'm just trying to find out if there would be anything that would hold up the process.

Are you happy with your sleeve and results @@GENNYOSKINNY ?

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Oh ok, that's good to know. I don't have any heart problems, just sleep apnea and I just had a sleep study last month. so I'm just trying to find out if there would be anything that would hold up the process.

Are you happy with your sleeve and results @@GENNYOSKINNY ?

very happy my surgery weight was 253 & today Im 160 still losing slowly but surely I'm off all heart meds & sleep apnea completely gone!!!

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very happy my surgery weight was 253 & today Im 160 still losing slowly but surely I'm off all heart meds & sleep apnea completely gone!!!

That's so awesome!! Glad to read that....I can't wait to feel better. I knees especially, I'm forever popping motrin for pain!

Did you have to pay anything out of pocket related to the surgery @@GENNYOSKINNY?

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That's so awesome!! Glad to read that....I can't wait to feel better. I knees especially, I'm forever popping motrin for pain!

Did you have to pay anything out of pocket related to the surgery @@GENNYOSKINNY?

I paid $100. For psych and I traveled 4 hours to a doc that took medi-cal so just gas money nothing other than that...good luck honey

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I paid $100. For psych and I traveled 4 hours to a doc that took medi-cal so just gas money nothing other than that...good luck honey

Thats awesome @@GENNYOSKINNY thank you so much for answering my questions, I really appreciate it!!

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Thats awesome @@GENNYOSKINNY thank you so much for answering my questions, I really appreciate it!!

your very welcome honey let me know if you have any more

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Thats awesome @@GENNYOSKINNY thank you so much for answering my questions, I really appreciate it!!

your very welcome honey let me know if you have any more
hey girl hows the process going? Do you have a date yet

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@@GENNYOSKINNY Hey girlie! No date yet, currently in my 2nd month of a 3 month program at Healthy Steps in Santa Rosa (Partnership pays 100%, yaaay). My surgeon set a 25lb pre-op weight loss goal so I figure my surgery date will be around June or July. My Psych evaluation is on May 22nd and hope to schedule my EGD soon. I got my blood work, EKG, and chest X-ray done some weeks back. I'm sooooo looking forward to getting this tool to help me.

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@@GENNYOSKINNY Hey girlie! No date yet, currently in my 2nd month of a 3 month program at Healthy Steps in Santa Rosa (Partnership pays 100%, yaaay). My surgeon set a 25lb pre-op weight loss goal so I figure my surgery date will be around June or July. My Psych evaluation is on May 22nd and hope to schedule my EGD soon. I got my blood work, EKG, and chest X-ray done some weeks back. I'm sooooo looking forward to getting this tool to help me.

sounds like things are moving right along Im excited for you girlly! Im coming up on my 2 year sleeveversary on may 8 holding steady at 160 no complaints????????

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Wow @@GENNYOSKINNY 2 years, that's awesom!!! Happy early Sleeversary! I cannot wait....I know this process is important but I just want to get the surgery done so I can get through the uncomfortable beginning and start living with this tool. How many days were you in the hospital?

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Wow @@GENNYOSKINNY 2 years, that's awesom!!! Happy early Sleeversary! I cannot wait....I know this process is important but I just want to get the surgery done so I can get through the uncomfortable beginning and start living with this tool. How many days were you in the hospital?

just one night in the hospital, the first few days were rough but all well worth it????

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I'm praying it's only one night for me as well, I'll be sure to post when I get a date :D Can't wait

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I was just about to make a thread about this but someone beat me to it! Anyways I wanted to know the same thing. Does anybody know if Partnership Solano Health does Gastric Bypass or not? I was set to get my surgery then I lost my insurance (I used to have Blue Cross Medi-Cal and Sutter Select) because I was under my dad's (turned 26) then I'm trying to find someplace that will help me get the surgery because I'm so unhealthy and sick. Not only that I'm secretly ALWAYS in pain. So it would be helpful if anybody knows. Thanks!

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