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Instead of making a new thread for each of my quandaries and appointments, I'm just going to post here. lol.

My home equity loan is approved! I go for closing on Friday. I have $40,000 dedicated solely to plastics, but I don't intend to spend more than 20K.

I have my consult with my surgeon on August 16th for an arm lift and Tummy Tuck and to do something about my "side boob" area. They WILL do a tummy tuck and arm lift simultaneously.

TO BE CONTINUED! I AM SO PSYCHED! AUGUSSSTTT!!

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Woot!!

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40K saved, wow! Impressive, good for you! Enjoy spending it on YOU!

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Welp. It's scheduled. November 19th.

Abdominal binder for 2 months. Compression sleeves for 1-2 months. 2 weeks no work. 8 weeks no exercise.

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Sent from my SM-G930R4 using BariatricPal mobile app

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And there it is. Good for winter break and the New Year!

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Congrats!!

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Congrats congrats congrats!!!!! Very excited for you! You’re living the dream!!!

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