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Hi, I'm getting my gastric bypass on the 19th and thought it would be beneficial to have someone who will be going thru what I am.. Let me know! [emoji3]

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Just stopped by to say hi! My RnY won't be till May or more. Just wanted to tell you my initals are in your pen name. I'll be watching and cheering for you on your Date with Destiny[emoji13]

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Good morning! My RNY is scheduled 4/16/18...im currently on day 2 of my pre op diet ( i have to do 2 weeks of a pre op diet) i would love to keep in touch with you for support...ideas...venting...ect!

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Just stopped by to say hi! My RnY won't be till May or more. Just wanted to tell you my initals are in your pen name. I'll be watching and cheering for you on your Date with Destiny[emoji13]

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Thank you so much!

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5 minutes ago, kandk122907 said:

Absolutely! I started my 2week diet today.. I think I'm more worried about that than the actual surgery! 🤣

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its actually not so bad as long as you get plenty of Protein in....it has kept me fuller longer....sugar free Popsicle...jello...broth... ( i added in greek yogurt that wasn't on my plan...but has helped tremendously)

Not that i want to sabotage myself by adding things not on my list...but i have asked around and lots of people were successful adding it in...and i really feel that if i dont add it in.. i will just blow it and cheat ( i know my flaws)

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its actually not so bad as long as you get plenty of Protein in....it has kept me fuller longer....sugar free Popsicle...jello...broth... ( i added in greek yogurt that wasn't on my plan...but has helped tremendously)
Not that i want to sabotage myself by adding things not on my list...but i have asked around and lots of people were successful adding it in...and i really feel that if i dont add it in.. i will just blow it and cheat ( i know my flaws)

I'm just hoping this 2weeks goes by fast! Lol.. I'm sure it will. I keep telling myself it's only 2weeks, I can I this!

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you will do great...

a few tips:

Drink a gallon of Water everyday. I thought this was alot at first...but once i got started...it wasn't that difficult. And it will surely help keep you full.

Also, i bought Isopure unflavored...which is just a protient poweder to add to anything. Its unflavored and helps me get my protien in. I have been adding it to my broth. It thickens it up just a big and after lunch im about stuffed!

Good luck lady! Keep me posted on how you are doing!

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I am scheduled for my Gastric bypass on the 17th !!!!


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3 minutes ago, Conroy3917 said:

I am scheduled for my Gastric bypass on the 17th !!!!

awesome! You are right there with us! Do you have a 2 week pre op diet?

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I am scheduled for the 13th so just a little ahead of you guys. I can't wait!

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I'm scheduled for bypass on April 26th. I have a 10 day pre-op diet that starts on the 16th. I am so ready for surgery! The 26th seems so far away even though I know it's right around the corner [emoji23]

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Hi, I’m scheduled for MGB on 17th. :unsure:

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