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And all Your Tomorrows start TODAY! God Bless and keep you cuddled close in His Arms! Want updates when you feel like sharing them!

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You can do this! Thinking of you and wishing you a speedy recovery.

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Good luck!!

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Hoping all went well for you.
My RNY REVISION SURGERY IS 8 AM TOMORROW. 🥺Very nervous about it and not really knowing why.I did great with the sleeve surgery.
Anyway good luck with your journey.
Allie in SC

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It went well . I sleep sooo much after surgery I got out of operation and in a room at 6. I did walk at 8 and I did go to the bathroom by myself and frequently. Next morning I puked some blood but it was fine. Passed the xray test no leaks (the drink was disgusting!!!) Came home Saturday and was all over the place by Sunday :) today Im sore I think I pushed myself to much yesterday but I feel great and even started full liquid diet

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Sooo good thank you for asking

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