KIKIE1973
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04/26/2017

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Started the 2 week liquid diet this past Sunday...the first two days were torture...I felt hungry all the time and the protein shakes kinda taste like chocolate flavored sawdust...at least if it is refrigerated for a few hours it's a little more palatable...so far in 4 days I've lost 6 pounds, 6 pounds!!!...I was in such shock when I got on the scale this morning.

Stopped at my pain management doctor's office to exchange prescriptions for something a little stronger then normal for when I get discharged from the hospital...in place of my May's hydrocodone script she gave me oxycodone...I hope not to need them for more then a few days...my surgeon says I'll be able to drive after a week as long as I am not too uncomfortable and that I'm not still on the pain meds.

Went to visit my aunt today also...she's having surgery tomorrow...my cousin is also in town for a few weeks and it was so nice to see him...I have not seen him in 15 years (he lives out of state)...we had fun sitting around talking and goofing around...then my husband and I went to visit his brother and family...we played Uno with one of the nephews and believe it or not, I WON!!! (I never win).

Well, I'm off to bed...with only having 900 to 1000 calories a day, I have little to no energy...thanks for reading emoticon
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  • STEPHLOKI
    Your body will get used to the low calories and next week you should start feeling more energetic
    1250 days ago
  • 7STIGGYMT
    I pray your surgery goes well!
    1250 days ago
  • NATOBEN
    Wow. That is very low calorie. I hope this is under the advice if your doctor. If your calorie intake is too low you will mess up your metabolism by sending it into starvation mode... especially if you are also exercising. Good luck!!!
    1250 days ago
  • QUINNY2016
    Hold strong! Getting to bed might be the best thing you can do.
    1250 days ago
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