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Wore clothes. Also made sure I went to a bathroom first, if I was busting after a car trip.

The only thing I took off were my shoes.

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I forgot to add that I live in a very warm climate, so my thin top and skirt don't add much extra weight.

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My bariatric practice routinely deducts two pounds for clothes and shoes. I just write whatever their scale says on my pad. It occurred to me long ago that, when you're talking about losing 100 lbs, a couple mean nothing. For the same reason I long ago stopped messing with tenths of pounds. I round up or down to the nearest whole number just as I learned in school.

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I guess i should have said it better haha... So when you go in for a pre op weigh in to get approved do they let you keep your clothes on or make you wear a gown??

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When I went in for my pre op weigh in for approval, I had to remove my shoes and empty my pockets. I haven't heard of anyone having to wear a gown for their weigh in.

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Clothes, with shoes off.

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I left on my clothes and shoes. I was right at BMI 40, the surgeon WANTS insurance to pay so they don't force you to strip (at least mine didn't)

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