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Hello All! I'm Peach! 👋🏾

My surgery date is 6 count em.. SIX DAYS away. I was put on a 3 week ALL liquid pre OP diet. In the first week I cheated but I have been trying my best. So far I have lost around 10lbs.

I see alot of people say that if you are not successful in the diet and your liver doesnt shrink enough, the doctor could sew you back up and not operate.

My question is: has anyone ever been sewed back up and not operated on due to their liver not shrinking?

Tips, stories, &advice are all welcome.

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I'm sure it does happen, there was a guy mentioning that when I first joined Bariatric Pal. Then last year there was a girl that they did go ahead and the surgeon leveraged her liver, suspect,it happened when trying to move,he4 liver out of the way. Oh she recovered pretyu,goood but it was a miserable recovery. that she had. So Yeah very very rare , but it could happen. The fact that you did your . sinning" early in this process and went on to lose 10 pounds should work. out to your benefit. Looking forward to an update posting when your surgery is completed!

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I didn't cheat but pnly lost 6 pounds on the pre op diet. I was afraid my liver didn't shrink enough but surgeon said all was fine. Good luck on your upcoming surgery!!

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I didn't cheat but pnly lost 6 pounds on the pre op diet. I was afraid my liver didn't shrink enough but surgeon said all was fine. Good luck on your upcoming surgery!!

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Good Morning!!
Thanks so much! I really appreciate it

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I'm sure it does happen, there was a guy mentioning that when I first joined Bariatric Pal. Then last year there was a girl that they did go ahead and the surgeon leveraged her liver, suspect,it happened when trying to move,he4 liver out of the way. Oh she recovered pretyu,goood but it was a miserable recovery. that she had. So Yeah very very rare , but it could happen. The fact that you did your . sinning" early in this process and went on to lose 10 pounds should work. out to your benefit. Looking forward to an update posting when your surgery is completed!
Oh wow!! I never thought about the recovering aspect of it! Thanks so much for the info!!! I figured it was rare because I haven't seen any posts about it and I have scammed thru alot of posts on here.

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Anybody???

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I think if someone's surgery was denied they wouldn't be hanging around on a WLS support website. You're not going to get many responses.

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I think if someone's surgery was denied they wouldn't be hanging around on a WLS support website. You're not going to get many responses.

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Why not?
I'm sure the doctor would delay the surgery until the patient was compliant

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I remember reading someones story that she went under thinking all was fine and woke up to be told they were unable to do the surgery because they didn't feel safe with the size of her liver. She was told to lose more weight I think. But like frust8 said, because you did it so early you've had plenty of time to recover. You should be fine :)

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Couldn't do surgery due to liver size

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I remember reading someones story that she went under thinking all was fine and woke up to be told they were unable to do the surgery because they didn't feel safe with the size of her liver. She was told to lose more weight I think. But like frust8 said, because you did it so early you've had plenty of time to recover. You should be fine [emoji4]
Here's the post
Couldn't do surgery due to liver size
Thanks a bunch!!

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Wait, I just saw the date of the post and your surgery date... Did you have your surgery?

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Wait, I just saw the date of the post and your surgery date... Did you have your surgery?
I was denied last minute due to missin something for my insurance.

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Awe, boooo! So sorry to hear that. Are they resubmitting it to get you approved? Hang in there [emoji8]

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Awe, boooo! So sorry to hear that. Are they resubmitting it to get you approved? Hang in there [emoji8]

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Thanks! Yes they are submitting and in the mean time I am not on my liquid diet. I'm sure I will have to go on the 2-3 week diet again once finalized

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Not that it's a necessarily a thing but just think, you'll be an old pro at the liquid diet part for post op.

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