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@lisalou1968
I have completed all requirements. Going to physician on 8/29. I have to wait until October for bariatric eligibility for my insurance

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I’m in the DFW area. I had a Band to Sleeve revision on 7/24/18.

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For anyone who's nearby:

There's a support meeting at USMD hospital in Arlington at 6:00 tonight. It's open to all. There will be a nutritionist speaking.

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@gully90 From your photo, it's evident that some of the most beautiful women still come from Texas!

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Well there are pretty girls and handsome guys every where but you're right, the Texas chicks exude confidence or something
And it has NOTHING to,do with. the Big hair Syndrome.!

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7 minutes ago, Frustr8 said:

Well there are pretty girls and handsome guys every where but you're right, the Texas chicks exude confidence or something
And it has NOTHING to,do with. the Big hair Syndrome.!

Very few of us who've had wls surgery can do the big hair thing! We're lucky to have any hair!

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I have heard many terms in life, but,i don't recall Texas Bald,being one of them!!!

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10 minutes ago, Frustr8 said:

I have heard many terms in life, but,i don't recall Texas Bald,being one of them!!!

You clearly never met my dad or my 3 brothers!

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Keller Area, Sleeve to Bypass revision on 8/22. So nervous, 5 more days! Looking for a buddy

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sure seem a lot of Texans🌵 here, you guys are all inspiing to the rest of us.🌵

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North Fort Worth/Haslet/Alliance Corridor area here!
Band to Sleeve revision on 5/17/18.
Just had my 3 month surgeon visit today.

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Born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. Moved in 2000 but my entire family is still there.

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For those in the Arlington/Mansfield area:

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