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Well i am back in my little purple gown..now just waiting for prep

SW 306.6 CW 283.6 GW 135

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I am a nurse and just had my sleeve on the 1st. I am looking forward to pureed turkey on Thanksgiving as that will be my first puree day. I am down 9 lbs since surgery day and feel great. I have found with the 2 week before surgery diet that gluten is surely a no-no for me. My joints felt so much better even before surgery day. I was a girl scout leader and physically active for years. As the girls got busy and less active so did I. I am looking forward to being able to take that first hike with my son and his boy scouts!!!

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I saw the surgeon on Tuesday and down 31 lbs so happy with that .Im scheduled for the 19th and 1 week liquid for a week before but im starting early to make sure my liver is good and dropping a few more pounds would be nice.

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Pre surgery weight 214. I had my surgery yesturday, November 7, 2018. Day 1 ppst op. I just want something to drink. My throat and mouth are dry, and throat a little sore.

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11 minutes ago, garfld1970 said:

Pre surgery weight 214. I had my surgery yesturday, November 7, 2018. Day 1 ppst op. I just want something to drink. My throat and mouth are dry, and throat a little sore.

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Hey! Had my surgery yesterday too. I’m able to hold Water down and the biggest discomfort is the air inside sometimes I feel like puking because i want burp but can’t. Hope it gets better. How are u holding up?

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I saw the surgeon on Tuesday and down 31 lbs so happy with that .Im scheduled for the 19th and 1 week liquid for a week before but im starting early to make sure my liver is good and dropping a few more pounds would be nice.
I had to do 2 weeks of shakes for breakfast and lunch with a low fat dinner ie chicken, fish, or low fat pork and a veggie. Lost 1.5lbs lol, that is why I decided on surgery. To many years of yo-yo dieting played havoc with my metabolism.

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Hope everyone is doing well! I am home from the hospital yesterday and just been walking and sipping amazing but it really works smells make me nauseous I have no desire to start Protein tomorrow. Just keep moving forward right have had anything for pain since I left the hospital and I don’t feel that bad was able to get in my Vitamin hope everyone is doing well! Those coming up you got this!

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Hi Paddyski !! Thank you for posting how it’s going for you. I’m have my sleeve surgery on November 28th . This has been a long road. I’m can’t wait to get it over with. God Bless you ❤️

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Hope everyone is doing well! I am home from the hospital yesterday and just been walking and sipping amazing but it really works smells make me nauseous I have no desire to start Protein tomorrow. Just keep moving forward right have had anything for pain since I left the hospital and I don’t feel that bad was able to get in my Vitamin hope everyone is doing well! Those coming up you got this!
I am glad to here your doing well. I am wishing you a very speedy recovery..

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On 11/08/2018 at 07:55, Jimmy Keller said:



I saw the surgeon on Tuesday and down 31 lbs so happy with that .Im scheduled for the 19th and 1 week liquid for a week before but im starting early to make sure my liver is good and dropping a few more pounds would be nice.


Hello, surgery twin. I’m the 19th too and actually met a twin while going through the pre-op testing. Most of us I. Education try to take advantage of that week off. Eat wishes

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I'm scheduled for Nov 28th......I start my pre-op diet right before Thanksgiving with only being allowed ONE meal a day (the rest Protein drinks). Thanksgiving is going to be so hard! Good Luck!

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