One of the best and easiest procedures I ever had done. Looking forward to the next one.
-It really can help you achieve a new lifestyle of health. Once you empty out your tummy and you get a feel for what it's like to not be weighed down by all that crummy food you keep stuffing in your mouth, it's a very empowering.
-Most of the poop will be gone the night before @General Malaise
and you're going to feel like a rock star after.
That 1st meal, that first bit of food going down into a totally empty stomach is quite a feeling.
Don't be afraid, run to have this procedure done and be thankful you don't put it off another day. It's like going to the dentist when you haven't been for a long long time and afterwards you kick yourself for not keeping up with it.
They are going to sedate you or put you under, when you wake up at least 1 nurse and maybe 2 or 3 will be getting you back into reality and consciousness
I wanted a full physical from these heavenly nurses but my wishes were not fulfilled.
You will float out of the doctor's office or hospital afterwards, there's really nothing to be afraid of.
It's nothing like what we warned about in the 80s by Dennis Wolfberg
This guy was hilarious. I cannot imagine a funnier description of a more painful procedure. RIP, Dennis.
Dennis Wolfberg 'One Night Stand" part 3 of 3
The 2nd one I find funnier because of a slightly larger audience although you need to move forward about 1:40 to get to the topic
"I've got the Chrysler building in me, she's worried about other patients."