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Tuesday I had my Pre-admitting appointment where I will be having my surgery and when they handed me my folder of information for surgery day with the soap and the breathing device, made everything more real. Can’t believe I only have 2 weeks and 2 days till Surgery Day!! I will be having my Pre-op Office visit with my surgeon on the 12th (anyone know what happens at the pre-op office visits?). 

I know the next two weeks will be going by fast .

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Tuesday I had my Pre-admitting appointment where I will be having my surgery and when they handed me my folder of information for surgery day with the soap and the breathing device, made everything more real. Can’t believe I only have 2 weeks and 2 days till Surgery Day!! I will be having my Pre-op Office visit with my surgeon on the 12th (anyone know what happens at the pre-op office visits?).
I know the next two weeks will be going by fast .
They pretty much they ask you if you have any questions.. they tell you who will be attending the surgery with your doctor..
Blood test and they tell you what you can and can't do a week before your date...
I just had my pre-op 7-30-2019
I go under 8-2-19

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On 08/01/2019 at 22:47, big_ange said:

They pretty much they ask you if you have any questions.. they tell you who will be attending the surgery with your doctor..
Blood test and they tell you what you can and can't do a week before your date...
I just had my pre-op 7-30-2019
I go under 8-2-19

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Thank you!

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They had me sign consent forms and go get blood work. He asked if I had any questions. Congrats on your upcoming surgery! It's an exciting time!

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Tuesday I had my Pre-admitting appointment where I will be having my surgery and when they handed me my folder of information for surgery day with the soap and the breathing device, made everything more real. Can’t believe I only have 2 weeks and 2 days till Surgery Day!! I will be having my Pre-op Office visit with my surgeon on the 12th (anyone know what happens at the pre-op office visits?).
I know the next two weeks will be going by fast .
I had my preop class 4hrs and preop visit with surgeon immediately afterwards today.
Exactly what Big_ange said. Questions answered. Once again review preop and post OP expectations and medicines. Discuss surgery day and what to expect. Discuss pain management both meds and alternatives. I'd done labs, xrays and ekg a month ago, just reviewed it again.
No preop diet for my surgical team. Exactly 14 more days to go. [emoji114][emoji114][emoji114][emoji114][emoji169][emoji169][emoji169][emoji169]

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9 hours ago, Bianca S. said:

Tuesday I had my Pre-admitting appointment where I will be having my surgery and when they handed me my folder of information for surgery day with the soap and the breathing device, made everything more real. Can’t believe I only have 2 weeks and 2 days till Surgery Day!! I will be having my Pre-op Office visit with my surgeon on the 12th (anyone know what happens at the pre-op office visits?).

I know the next two weeks will be going by fast .

What is the soap and breathing device?

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On 08/02/2019 at 10:42, big_ange said:

Soap is to disinfect

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Yes

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On 08/02/2019 at 07:48, Bastian said:





What is the soap and breathing device?


The soap is to disinfect and the breathing device is for after surgery to help taking in deep breaths and
“ An incentive spirometer is a device used to help you keep your lungs healthy after surgery or when you have a lung illness, such as pneumonia. Using the incentive spirometer teaches you how to take slow deep breaths.”

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Three days after mine. Other than all of the medicine they gave me to take to keep the stomach coated and stop reflux the only thing I've eaten is pop cycles. I bought the Outshine no sugar added. They are fruit bars as I can't tolerate sugar-free stuff. They are wonderful and my best friend to take away the taste of the medicine.

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Good luck the next 2 weeks! Will be following....we're all here to support!

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What is the soap and breathing device?
The soap is to disinfect the night before surgery & if there is any soap left, shower with it the day of surgery to make sure you are clean b4 leaving to go to hospital.

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On 8/9/2019 at 1:49 PM, Chattanoogagirl said:

The soap is to disinfect the night before surgery & if there is any soap left, shower with it the day of surgery to make sure you are clean b4 leaving to go to hospital.

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oh, they don't do any of that here.

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