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3 hours ago, Dav1700 said:

Hey Losingit you will be fine just stay positive. My only really rough day was right after surgery and that night in hospital. I had lot of pain and discomfort but they say a lot from air I guess they pump in during surgery. Next full day I was 100% better just real tired and little pain but well worth the trip! Keep the faith!

Thanks! I hope that I am that lucky.

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9 hours ago, Jogar0804 said:

I am two days away from my surgery (26th) and I’m having seconds thoughts. I’m not sure that I want to get surgery anymore

Good luck with yours. I travel to Sydney tomorrow for my surgery as I live 3.5 hours away from the hospital and I need to be there early the next morning. All the normal feelings both worried and happy. I hope I have the commitment to follow though with this lifestyle change the fear of failing is quite strong at the moment. Again I am sure these are just normal feeling.

I love how supported everyone has been and thank you all for sharing your journeys.

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Good luck with yours. I travel to Sydney tomorrow for my surgery as I live 3.5 hours away from the hospital and I need to be there early the next morning. All the normal feelings both worried and happy. I hope I have the commitment to follow though with this lifestyle change the fear of failing is quite strong at the moment. Again I am sure these are just normal feeling.

I love how supported everyone has been and thank you all for sharing your journeys.

No one can tell anyone what to do in there journey but I know I had same feelings. It seemed all the months leading up I was super motivated but when I got down to last week it seemed everything changed. My last week every day had second thoughts and even sitting waiting day of still second thoughts. Myself did go through with surgery and one week out no regrets. Ultimately it’s your body you have to make choice but I know I made right one. Keep the faith!

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12 hours ago, Jogar0804 said:


The surgery I’m not too about. It’s more of the lifestyle.

From reading this board, I've learned that nearly everyone has doubts/misgivings about the surgery immediately before and after, which isn't surprising. The 2 weeks before and month after are pretty rough!

Its big decision for sure, and one that only you can make. And if you chose to cancel, you can always change your mind later.

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I ate an Old Bay cheese curl yesterday. On purpose. I made a freaking meal out of it, LOL.

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5 minutes ago, NewMe Mendy said:
I am getting sleeved in less than 24hrs! Soooooo nervous and excited all at the same time!

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Best of luck to all getting sleeved in the coming days - it's an exciting time, so keep us posted on how it all goes!

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Sleeved 6 Mar '18

1 hour ago, velynna said:
Mine is March 27th

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Best wishes to the upcoming surgery people!!

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Looks like March is ending smoothly and successfully, now on to April showers[emoji299] and the blessing of surgery for more people[emoji14] Can't hardly wait to read their stories also. Each one I say Hey That Could Be You and one of these days,it will be!!![emoji354] My time will come![emoji70][emoji254]

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21 hours ago, Jogar0804 said:


The surgery I’m not too concerned about. It’s more of the lifestyle.

It's a big decision and one many of have struggled with for years before we get here. Giving up what may be our only real coping mechanism can feel like finally cutting ties with a friend or a lover who may never have meant you any harm but certainly didn't mean you any good either. Its hard, it takes commitment, but you come out the other side stronger for it. You are the only one who knows when you've had enough, and that's when you're ready. It's OK not to be ready yet.

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