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Hi everyone, I’m on day 4 of the pre-op diet. Surgery date is April 2.

Anyone else with an April date?

Any advice from others already gone through the surgery?

I have to travel next week, due to work. Any advice on how to manage the diet?

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My date is April 16....congrats! I also will be traveling from where my surgery is to home and then for a family vacation. I know we should be mindful to keep walking as much as we can, stand, etc. I’m planning on making and packing ice cube trays of Soups and what not to freeze and take for my trip and of course Protein Drinks.

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4/1/19 here! Congratulations to you!

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4/24 for me! Good luck!

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April 4! Less than 2 weeks. Got my preop clearance today and she has no reasons to suspect I won’t be cleared. My pregnancy test is always positive but I have phantom hcg in my blood 🤷🏻‍♀️

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April 4 surgery date! I just had my pre op visit yesterday and everything is well and ready to go! I'm sooo nervous!

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On ‎3‎/‎20‎/‎2019 at 7:05 AM, Tada69 said:

Hi everyone, I’m on day 4 of the pre-op diet. Surgery date is April 2.

Anyone else with an April date?

Any advice from others already gone through the surgery?

I have to travel next week, due to work. Any advice on how to manage the diet?

Hi I am
April 1 I am also doing my pre-op diet. I had a rough start, I cheated badly :( Doing well though for the last few days. I was still on my Last Meal syndrome. Hope you are doing well

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That’s awesome cmgagnon86, I wish you lots of luck and am excited for your new life!

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Everybody usually is. You're excited to the point you can hardly speak but deep inside there is a small grain of" What am I doing to myself?" And when your surgery is over that may be the first thought you have when you wake up. But day by day it does get better and you will be back to the point where you're giving yourself a High Five for having made this choice. It does change things for the better!

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