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Have you heard of Dr. Kini Subhash/was he your surgeon at Mount Sinai in NYC?



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Hi everyone, I am so excited and grateful that I am going to join the DS family soon. Dr. Kini is my Surgeon. He performs TDS as well as the modified version of the DS. The way my luck and body is set up, the traditional DS is the best tool for me. So far so good, Dr. Kini and his entire Staff have been Professional and helpful. I am loving the team.

I would love to speak to other people that had surgery with him or heard of him. Thank you in advance. :)

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Dr. Kini Didn’t do my Surgery, he had to go away for personal reasons / vacation so he referred me to his Colleague at mount sinai who did my surgery last month - Dr Eugenius John Harvey

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On 3/3/2022 at 5:03 PM, MandM1188 said:

Dr. Kini Didn’t do my Surgery, he had to go away for personal reasons / vacation so he referred me to his Colleague at mount sinai who did my surgery last month - Dr Eugenius John Harvey

Ok how are you feeling??! Did you have a good experience at Mount Sinai? My consult is in three weeks. By any chance do you have the list things you needed to complete prior to being able to schedule the surgery? I was told this would be given to me at the consult, but I wanted to get a head-start on scheduling appointments for after my consult.

Thanks!

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BluPriscilla : I had the traditional duodenal switch surgery on Feb 1st 2022. I’m feeling alright to say the least . To say the most is to mention my 4 complications but I don’t feel like writing a novel about that right now . I wouldn’t trade the DS Surgery for nothing in the World. Go to your PCP to weigh you once a month , you need: EKG, endoscopy with H pylori bacteria test , blood work that mount sinai will order , psych evaluation, nutritionist appointment , letter of medical necessity from your PCP.

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