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Hello, I am Laura from London. It's been more than 7 months since my Gastric Sleeve operation in Turkey with Surgery TR. I chose Istanbul for my surgery, but they also offer me İzmir and Antalya too. The hospital was nice, and everything was so smooth. Nurses don't speak English however, there was a guy with me who speak English very well, and help me in all process. They gave me a personalized diet list and supplements before I return to London. They are still checking on me weekly and following my weight. There is personalized care because they know me well, they even know about my child and ask about him. We are like close friends now, I've send them to my pictures because I am so happy with my result and wanted to help the people who cannot lose weight after diets. I started with 20 stone 47 pounds but now I am 14 stone 33 pounds. Here is the contact number: +90 549 770 80 04. I am in contact with her now.

You can ask all questions to me,

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The English is pretty bad. There are 14 pounds in a stone ?? so 20 stone 47 pounds = 23 stone 5lbs. I think this is more an advert for a hospital that has had some bad publicity lately than a real account

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2 hours ago, summerseeker said:

The English is pretty bad. There are 14 pounds in a stone ?? so 20 stone 47 pounds = 23 stone 5lbs. I think this is more an advert for a hospital that has had some bad publicity lately than a real account

I agree - the OP doesn't sound like a native English speaker.

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Yeah Laura if you are a real person do feel free to tell us more about yourself and fill in your stats.

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On 11/15/2022 at 11:00 AM, LauraSarah said:

Hello, my bad. I am not a native speaker. I am at the work right now. I'll update you

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