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Just received the call from the dr. Office that my surgery has been approval. She just submitted my paper work on Monday and my last nutritionist visit is the afternoon. CRAZY. Now my nervous are really kick in. Surgery date is July 25. OH SH&T.

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3 minutes ago, newmeinfla said:

Just received the call from the dr. Office that my surgery has been approval. She just submitted my paper work on Monday and my last nutritionist visit is the afternoon. CRAZY. Now my nervous are really kick in. Surgery date is July 25. OH SH&T.

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Congrats!

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@newmeinfla Congrats! I'm the 25th as well ^_^

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@newmeinfla

I started my 2 week pre-op diet today. Ugh, it's been rough but necessary! Protein Shake for Breakfast, a Protein Bar for snack, steamed chicken and veggies for lunch and now another Protein bar and then another protein shake for dinner in a bit. My energy is down a bit since my caloric intake is so small but I have a desk job so I think I'll be okay!

It's good you are starting the liquid diet now. It should be nice to ease into the liquid post op! Rooting for you 25th twinny! :452_medal:

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[mention=336913]newmeinfla[/mention]
I started my 2 week pre-op diet today. Ugh, it's been rough but necessary! Protein Shake for Breakfast, a Protein Bar for snack, steamed chicken and veggies for lunch and now another Protein bar and then another Protein shake for dinner in a bit. My energy is down a bit since my caloric intake is so small but I have a desk job so I think I'll be okay!
It's good you are starting the liquid diet now. It should be nice to ease into the liquid post op! Rooting for you 25th twinny! :452_medal:

I'll take that, mine is all liquid and 1 day before only clear. Going to double and triple check with my nutritionist today. 14 more days [emoji51]

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Good for you! So exciting!

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That's awesome, congrats!

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The best feeling

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