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Hmmn, around Central Ohio, and especially Columbus they book you 6 weeks after your consults and insurances fall into place. I got my Surgery date on July 17, 2018 and had my RNY on September 5th, 2018 at 7 AM. That was a wonderful, life-changing Day for ME, ranks up with the Delivery Dates of each child, the Day I married my late husband, and my Graduation Day.Would you believe that was 56 years ago and some of my former classmates are the same as they were then. I see 5 or 6 out around town, most of us didn't retain our Girlish figures but mine is starting to emerge from my Fat Shell, it has been hid for years, you know.😛and I ❤ being in smaller sizes. Even though my whole body looks a train wreck, it is getting better, and I am starting to recognise myself in mirrors I pass- you see I look radically different than I once did. Ms Puffy Cheeks has left town forever, I hope they like the New Me, if not they will just have to come to understand because I AM NOT GOING BACK THERE! Not Now not ever! Too Many Good facets to this all! It was more than worth it to ME!

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Mine was about six weeks out because my surgeon was booked up that far on her calendar.

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Got approve for surgery in early June 2019 but my surgeon only had opening end of July and early August. I picked Aug 6. I was not in a rush and it gives me time to fill out my FMLA form for work.

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