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  1. beinggood

    beinggood Full Member

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    My CDC is emailing the Cambridge medical people for official word on this ...

    But has anyone been allowed to continue SS or SS+ whilst having minor surgery. From what I read on old forum posts its a total no-no. I will be very disapointed if this is the case and will be totally lost especially now I have come so far and have lost 1 third of my weight.
    If you have continued with SS or SS+ how did you feel?

    I am having a lump removed in a couple of weeks with a local anaesthetic.

    I am just praying the Cambridge people let me continue.
     
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    i believe 1200 is the lowest you can be on. i had sedation for a root canal in may and had to be on the 1200 plan for a week before and 2 weeks after.
     
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    I guess 2 weeks after is better than 12 weeks off plan like I am imagining ...I hope thats all it is.
     
  5. Tinley

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    Fingers crossed for you.

    I had just done 2 weeks SSing last year when I broke my foot and had to come off completely. I developed a DVT because of being in plaster, so the initial 6 weeks was then followed by 6 months on Warfarin, so again no CD. Luckily my mojo came back the day I stopped taking the drugs and I have been back on track ever since. I'm sure yours will too as soon as you're allowed, so don't worry too much - hopefully it won't be for long.
     
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    hi beinggood, has your CDC come back with anything yet?

    x
     
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    Not yet, she says it might be a day or so .... tentively waiting to hear. I have decided to be doubley good this next couple weeks so if I do have to come off plan then it will be damage limitation. I am worried about not doing CD, I never realised it would affect me so much but I have thrown myself into the dreams of getting slim and I dont want to spoil it.
     
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    I know exactly what you mean (see my sad/rant post), it becomes a way of life on the road to slimness and you don't want anything to get in the way.
    Hope you get the answer you want, and giving it 100% now can only be good!
     
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