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I will be getting sleeved in Tijuana on April 10, just wondering if anyone else will be making the trek to Mexico around that time?

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I'm going April 3.



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April 1st with Dr. Illan. Band to Sleeve. :53_cold_sweat::blink:

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April 3rd with Dr Lopez

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April 25 :)

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When did you all start this process? I was just wondering how quick after initial contact can you make the appointment. After months of decision making, I'm ready to go! Good luck to you all and I hope to be joining you soon!

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I literally made my decision early February and paid my deposit shortly after. I am only going in April to accrue more pto otherwise I would've gone sooner.

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I started the process in August with the goal of being sleeved in Feb. My insurance required a 6 month supervised diet. My biggest delay was getting a CPAP machine after being diagnosed with sleep apnea. They required me to us it for 4 weeks prior to submitting the forms to insurance. I just got my surgery date on Friday around 3rd.

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Hopefully I will be! I just submitted my application today. Hoping to have surgery the 4th with Dr. Illan *fingers crossed*


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