My husband and I are both having the surgery at the same time. How long should we expect to be in the hospital? And how long do we have to be out of work? We are truck drivers. Our job is somewhat demanding, flexible as needed. But just the same I don't want to be out no longer than I have to. My doctor had this done and she looks treat now. But she did say she had every complication possible (short of dying), yet she'd do it again in a heart beat. Anyone else ever have any problems with their surgery. Husband and I both are diabetic and she said this surgery is one of the best things we could do for our health. That if we get our weight under control our diabetes would go away. She herself was on several different meds and now on none as a result of the surgery (other than her vitamins). Well hope to hear from you soon.
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