I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the right answer. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I got an useful answer. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably can answer it..
I can totally relate! I'm scheduled to go in at 9:00 Monday morning with.
At 11:00 a.m. I'm struggling with the.
, feeling a little depressed and work was such an anticlimatic experience. I was working trying to get 6 weeks worth of work done in two and it took it's toll. Now, I'm feeling a real let down with anxiety about the rest of the weekend. Sunday is the clear liquid with prep for the.
It's close and it doesn't get easier. I'm just looking forward to it being over and me being on the loser's bench with everyone who's post-op!!! I'd like to be encouraging to those who are following too. Just read as much as you can,.
As much as you can, and eat as healthy as you can. Stay in touch. MaryM..
I was scared.first major.
Ever. But, you have to look at the stats..
Now is a lot safer than it was years ago. Scared to death. But I prayed, played 20 questions with the surgeon and staff, and went through with it...
If you didn't have a little bit of fear you wouldn't be normal! I think EVERYONE has fears for one reason or another! You are going to do great and God will carry you through this time of your life as well! ALL things are possible to those who believe....BELIEVE in yourself! You are a winner and your new journey is going to be an exciting adventure!.
Take Care.....from an old timer now...ha ha almost 2yrs. out in Dec!.
You will be fine. It means you are human. I been there in 08 and 200 lbs later. My health is great...
Like everyone else said, it is perfectly normal to be scared and nervous! It is.
Afterall. But have.
In God, yourself, your surgical team and you will be fine. You have made a great decision to do something for your health and to live!.
Keep us all updated on your progress!.