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Surgery Date: 01/12/2004
Surgery Type: Laparoscopic RNY
While-in-surgery Contact Info: I will be at the Palmetto Baptist Hospital at Columbia S.C.
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|01/12/2006 05:15 PM|
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY! Here's hoping life is all you want it to be or getting there! :o) Hugs, Toots — [Anonymous]
|01/15/2004 05:37 PM|
Hello... This is Brenda and i just wanted you guys to know i am very thankful for all your prayers and support... I am home and doing alittle better today... — Brenda B
|01/13/2004 05:06 AM|
My prayers will be with you as you go through the surgery and recovery. May your strength be restored; your recovery be swift and your tender heart be renewed. — Melissa S.
|01/12/2004 03:05 PM|
Brenda, Just wanted to drop by your page and give you best wishes. May God Bless you. This is just the beginning. You are at the beginning of your journey. Hang on! Janice — betterfitness
|01/11/2004 12:15 PM|
I just wanted to let you know that I will be thinking about you on your special day and say a prayer for a speedy recovery! Congratulations on beginning a new life with a new healthier you. Soon you'll be a BIG LOSER!! — [Anonymous]
|01/11/2004 05:07 AM|
Good luck Brenda! Best wishes for a smooth surgery and speedy recovery! — Sketch
|01/09/2004 06:50 PM|
Brenda, I just noticed we have the same surgery day. Monday will be a great day! I hope that everything goes well and you have a quick recovery. Take care, Allison in Texas — Allison L.
|01/07/2004 11:54 AM|
My thoughts will be with you on your special day. Best wishes for a non-eventful surgery, speedy recovery and safe weight loss journey. I’m sure you are very excited and nervous to start your journey. Keep the faith and you will succeed. Healthier and happier days are ahead! — [Anonymous]
|01/07/2004 08:42 AM|
Brenda, Good Luck on your journey to a healthier you. May God Bless you and keep you safe, healthy and happy always. Tammy — blacker24
|01/07/2004 05:53 AM|
brenda, i`m praying your surgery and recovery are very successful , smooth and speedy. huggs elsa — elsa W.
|01/07/2004 04:53 AM|
Best wishes to you on your upcoming, life saving surgery. We are both so pleased to be writing to you and sending all of our heartfelt congratulations to you for choosing this procedure to extend your life and to let you live your life to the fullest extent. We both had open rny's in 2001. Mine (Doug, aka: OLD RODEO CLOWN PANTS), was in Oct and I have lost 215 lbs. I started at 450!!!! My sweet wife, Nancy, had hers in June and has lost 110 lbs. We invite you to go read our profiles and hope it might help you in some way. We are not professional writers, but all that we wrote is true and honest. Just remember that YOU WILL SUCCEED!!! BELIEVE IN YOURSELF AND YOU CANNOT FAIL. We wish you all the best, a problem free surgery and recovery and a rapid weight loss. From: Doug and Nancy, SO. CALIF. — [Anonymous]
|01/07/2004 01:50 AM|
Brenda, Congratulations and best wishes for a smooth and speedy recovery! Don't forget to take a pillow and/or a Bari Buddy with you to the hospital, you won't be sorry that you did! You need the pillow for all kinds of comforts from coughing to side support and frankly sometimes the hospital pillows just aren't really great. bright blessings to you in this part of the journey and much success too! — Spunky B.
|01/05/2004 02:57 AM|
I wanted to wish you well with your upcoming surgery. I hope that all goes well and that you are up and out and about real soon. I'll bet you are are doing a happy dance accompanied by a bundle of unwanted "NERVES", but don't worry be HAPPY! You are in my thoughts and prayers. Good Luck! — [Anonymous]
|01/04/2004 03:03 PM|
Best Wishes for a successful surgery and smooth recovery! Weigh to go! I just read another post from someone who just had surgery and the thing that hurts the most is their BACK. And it is PAINFUL, not just uncomfortable. THE LAST THING YOU NEED TO TELL YOUR SURGEON, BEFORE THEY PUT YOU UNDER, IS TO PUT SOMETHING UNDER YOUR KNEES TO TAKE THE PRESSURE OFF YOUR BACK!!! Time and time again folks are coming out of the O.R. and their back is killing them. It’s because you are lying flat on your back for hours on a hard surface. How long can you do that now? If the surgeon will just put a rolled up blanket under your knees this problem will be eliminated! Got It?... Good…. Problem solved. (Or at least talk it over with him/her). — [Anonymous]
|01/01/2004 09:28 AM|
Hi Brenda! Good luck and best wishes for an uncomplicated surgery and a smooth recovery! Blessed Be! — SherryWeber
|12/31/2003 04:08 AM|
Best wishes and extra prayers for smooth surgery and recovery. A positive mental attitude is your best preparation pre-op and throughout the next exciting year! You'll do great with this life-saving tool* — Karen N.
|12/29/2003 07:56 PM|
HI BRENDA I just want you to know that I am praying that everything will go smooth as you journey to the losing side.LORD BLESS — MommaAngel