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I won't have my date until December 26...i was denied in November so I'm a little more subdued this time around

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My date is Jan. 8th 😀

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I will have my surgery 01/12/18.....:)

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Yeah Someone else has the same date as me!!

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On 12/1/2017 at 7:23 PM, NewYorkOldBody said:

I just joined this forum last night, and was enrolled in my bariatric program today. All appointments are set for the next few weeks, I have no waiting period or anything crazy from insurance like I thought I would. I'm set for surgery sometime the week of the 22nd. I can't believe it all progressed so quickly. I have been researching for a year and it is all so serendipitous! I look forwarding to getting to know a few of you and going through this. I've only told my husband- It's exciting to tell others here! Congratulations everyone!

Welcome! I went to my seminar middle of November and I just finished my last appoint today. I can't believe I was able to get the consult, nutrition, EKG, psych and upper endoscopy all done in 2 weeks. Now its fingers crossed that insurance approves and looking for a possible surgery date 1 month from today. My choice to wait after new year so I can enjoy holidays with the family. Right now the only person I have told is my spouse. Do you mind me asking what insurance you have? I have BCBS and hoping no issues arise

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Anyone else scheduled for January 2018? I have my surgery scheduled for January 11. I'm having to wait until next year because I had a stent put in back in December 2016. The anesthesiologist won't sign off until I have had the stent for at least a year and am able to come off of Plavix for the surgery.

Me.. end of January


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Just a tip. Don't gain too much on your last hurrah before your pre op fast(mine is two weeks) I gained 10 and now I'm struggling to make my required goal by the 12th . I added so much unnecessary stress to my journey. So don't do that.


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January 8th surgery date. Anyone as nervous as I am? Also has anyone tried a Multivitamin that they like? I tried BariMelts and I do not like them.

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January 8th surgery date. Anyone as nervous as I am? Also has anyone tried a Multivitamin that they like? I tried BariMelts and I do not like them.


My surgery will be January 12!!!
Don’t worry I am super nervous.... have you try the Protein yet?


Gret Quesada

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