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Congrats for getting started. It wil all come together for you! Glad you posted. Hope you will continue to check in!
I am pre-op too. Your bariatric team is a good source for information. I found the more informed I was the less scary certain points were.
Highest Weight: 264 (Jan 2012)
Consult Weight: 255 (May 2012)
PreSurg Weight: 215 (Dec 2012)
GS Surgery 12/7/2012
Goal Weight: 145
Welcome to the forum!!!
I am also about 3 months out of having RNY- I was just with the Pysch doctor today, Nov 20th is the Pulmonary doctor and he will let me know if I need the Sleep Study or not-it will have to be done in a daytime as I work nights and can only sleep in the Day.
Then my once again trip to the dietiican and my consult in early Dec. end of Nov they will be doing bloodwork to check on my D3 and A1c )I'm diabetic, too.
Getting there and will be glad once I finally get my surgery date.
Then I can make preparations at work and get my leave set up. As I work on a busy cardiac floor there at the same hospital I am having it at -I will need anywhere from 4-6 weeks off. My doctor will let me know how long when it gets a little closer.
Onward with my Journey!!!!
Location: Albany, NY
Eastern time zone.
Surgery Date: 12/17/2012
RNY with Dr. T.Paul Singh at Albany Medical Center.
Which happens to be where I work.
Hi everyone! I'm new to this group so I wanted to introduce myself. I'm having the RNY WLS in about 3 months. I have diabetes and high cholesterol-yuck
Still have to do my upper GI, sleep apnea exam and Psych consult. Kinda nervous about it.
Feel free to say Hi ! I love getting to know people!
Edited by: YESPARKS at: 10/18/2012 (13:02)
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