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Hey everyone. I thought it would be great to start a thread for all the people getting banded in October. My surgery date is October 3rd and im sooo excited. I can't wait to hear from everyone.<br />

Good Luck<br />

~S.

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Guest BikiniBeachy

LOL what an awesome flag!

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We had discussed "smashing pumpkins" because that emcompasses fall and halloween (and all things October), but I don't think we've set it in stone. :w00t:

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Are you guys getting food etc together already for post surgery? I hate to wait until the last minute but it seems early. Guess I just want to do something to get ready. I am soooo ready!

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I haven't been to nutrition class yet so am not sure of the post op steps, but I have spent a couple of hundred dollars trying different Protein Drinks. The GenSoy I took back as disgusting and stinky!!!!

I have bought the clear fruit flavored Isopures as I know that there is a week of Clear Liquids post op and I know we need Protein to heal.

Mimi

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My date is October 10th! I am very excited and a little nervous at the same time. I am self pay and will be having surgery in Mexico with Dr. Ortiz. Anyone else going to OCC the same time?

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(this will be my 4th time typing this, let's see if I can actually post this)

I've been putting off buying stuff until I went to the nutritionist, which was today. She brought me a bunch of literature and a card to be able to order off the children's menu. I'm going to go through it tonight and compare it to the lists here and get to shopping.

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I'm in too!! October 2! Do we have a name yet? :mellow:

We could be twins, reborn on the same day!:thumbup:

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oct 7th!!! smashing pumpkins!:tt2:

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Just got the call, 10/7/08 for me. My daughter is devestated because it's a day after her birthday. I told her we can Celebrate it early, and she said its not the same :rolleyes:. She'll be 13. Maybe that explains ita all.

9/22 I go to the pre-op class...and 9/23 start the liquid diet.

Nice to see theres a few of us here...

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