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Got a question... What are some good Medifast recipes for catfish nuggets? Many thanks for any answer or 2. Another quick question... Today, I had my pre-admission appointment. The internist told me that: I have gout, hypertension, dermatitis and fibromylagia. None of these were diagnosed prior (or, rather, the information was not conveyed to me)..

He was going to cancel the.

Surgery.

Because of the dermatitis and the potential that I would not heal. I basically had to beg him to do it, telling him I had re-arranged my whole life. The problem is really one of my own making. I divorced my GP a while back, have not had a complete physical since we broke up and had no one to report the results..

Advice to those considering and having.

Surgery.

: find out the surgeon's requirements before your final run at the.

Surgery.

(i.e. get a complete physical in the month before your date, ensure you know the target weight loss, get other ailments addressed, etc.) It's common sense, but I almost blew 2 years on a wait list, 3 months on a.

Surgery.

Backlog, and 17 days of liquid fasting because I lacked the same...

Comments (6)

Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the right answer. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I bump into an anything. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably could answer your Medifast question..

Comment #1

In the US the surgeon has the final say. I dont know of a single one who would cancel a.

Surgery.

With your list of co-moribidities b/c he/she knows the.

Surgery.

Will resolve them. I do however agree with the need for WLS folks not to rely solely on a surgeon as they move along the path. Surgeons only deal with their specialty...

Comment #2

How was the surgeon able to detect Fybromyalgia? I thought that was fairly hard to diagnose? Also, my program required me to get a full physical from an internist associated with the bariatric program, and in addition, he visited me in the hospital after the.

Surgery.

If your program doesn't require it, I agree, it's something everyone should do!!..

Comment #3

I had to see my Dr. in order to be referred for the.

Surgery.

To begin with! Here in NY they will not even let make an appointment with out being referred from you PC Dr. Before the.

Surgery.

You also need to have a pre op clearance appt, with your PC Dr.!.

Good advice though.

Kim..

Comment #4

I am part of a clinic protocol and was referred by my former GP. I was on the waiting list for almost two years and worked with the clinic for almost two years. In that time, I divorced my GP and never picked up another..

I have seen 7 other doctors (surgeon, lung function, internists, body scan, etc.) but relied upon the clinic for my general health. Mistake..

Re: Fibro.

The internist touched 18 points where the effects of FM will manifest. I started.

Crying.

On the fifth and almost passed out on the ninth. He was sure. I'll take his word for it until after the.

Surgery.

, when I get a new GP and a second opinion...

Comment #5

Here in Tennessee...The program I went thru was thru the dr who also does the.

Surgery.

And up front before anything is even considered - at the consultation a complete physical is required to be done both with my GBP/surgery dr along with all my other drs - and all the test results and such are then forwarded to the GBP dr...

Comment #6

Yes, I had the full physical at the time of the consult and admission too..

I did not get one prior to / close to the date of my.

Surgery.

(Wednesday) and my clinic requires one...

Comment #7


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.