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Great results!

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18 hours ago, BoredFatGirl said:

That's great! How are you feeling?

I feel like a million bucks. When I had my sleeve done 6 years ago I was in terrible ain, was very nauseous, and vomiting. Not this time! The changed the medications they used and thin time was great. I was admitted at 10:45 in the OP by 1pm. I was discharged less than 24 hours later.

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On 02/12/2020 at 21:44, GotItDoneInHarlem said:






I feel like a million bucks. When I had my sleeve done 6 years ago I was in terrible ain, was very nauseous, and vomiting. Not this time! The changed the medications they used and thin time was great. I was admitted at 10:45 in the OP by 1pm. I was discharged less than 24 hours later.


I’m happy to hear that it was a smooth operation this time around! Did you go for bypass?

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3 hours ago, BoredFatGirl said:

I’m happy to hear that it was a smooth operation this time around! Did you go for bypass?

I was revised from a sleeve to a RNY for GERD.

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