100 lb. Club - Don't know what to think




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Angihas2
03-02-2007, 04:30 PM
So, my daughters follow consult with the pediatric eye surgeon was today. Of course, they have a scale, not just a scale, they have THE scale. The one they weigh ALL patients on prior to surgery in order to dose anesthisia correctly. So I know this is accurate. It was 145-200 pm this afternoon, 2 meals, 2 snacks down, yoga pants, tshirt, sketchers, so wth, I weighed myself. 218. So, I have to believe that one is absolutely correct. So, that's what I'm leaving my weight at, well at 220, until I weigh in on Monday. My mom, a doc says usually surgery scales are the absolute most accurate tool she would use when it comes to a scale. So, I trust it.

Let me just say, I FEEL SO MUCH BETTER. I mean, I had mentally worked my brain around to the higher weight, but man, my heart was hurting over thinking I was still in the 230's, yanno?


Heather
03-02-2007, 05:22 PM
That's great news!

Just remember, when you next weigh on your own scale, it may show something higher. Don't let that discourage you!

sirak
03-02-2007, 05:34 PM
< big sigh of relief>
I almost want to grab a bag of sugar off the shelf ( it ain't going anywhere) and check my scale. Just incase I am sending postive vibes your way Monday morning.
Just keep up the good work, inches don't lie !
Karis


Slashnl
03-02-2007, 06:17 PM
That has to make you feel better. You know that a scale like that will have to be calibrated carefully in order to avoid problems with surgeries. Must make you smile going into the weekend! Good for you. :D