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SherryWeber 16 years, 6 months agoHi Chris! Good luck and best wishes for a speedy recovery! Blessed Be! Sherry
catleth 16 years, 7 months agoCongratulations on your surgery! Sounds like you are doing pretty well. I like that nurse who wanted you to wait, but was willing to call the doctor anyway. It was what you needed at that time. You are now a big loser!! Yeah!
Grace loves cats 16 years, 7 months agoWe have the same surgery date! I think we just talked via E-mail yesterday. I wish you the best of luck, and may 2004 be a new & great year for us! Take good care, and get healthy!! -Grace/Ca 12/5/03 Lap RNY
Justin F. 16 years, 7 months agoHi. Congrats, you are on your way to the losing side. You have made a valiant decision for a healthier life and I applaud you. Good luck on your upcoming surgery and I hope you have a speedy and painless recovery and much success on the rest of your journey.
Melissa S. 16 years, 7 months agoMy 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.
Ang Ak 16 years, 7 months agoChris, wishing you the very best experience and a speedy recovery after your Dec 5 sugery. We all look forward to your posts as a post-op. Thanks so much for all the sharing you do.
Amy G. 16 years, 7 months agoWishing you all the best for a speedy recovery and smooth transition to the losing side! God bless!!
blank first name B. 16 years, 7 months agoMy 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!
Diane R. 16 years, 7 months agoIt's just right around the corner! I'll be thinkin about you and saying a prayer for you. Can't wait to come visit you on the "LOSERs" side! You'll do great. (((((HUGS)))))
Marrilee M. 16 years, 7 months agoBest 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. If the surgeon will just put a rolled up blanket under your knees this problem will be eliminated! Got It?... Good…. Problem solved.
Jun 23, 2003