Maintaining weight to get approved? Maintaining weight to get approved? I had been informed, don’t gain any weight but don’t lose either. I just had my final weigh in and were able to stay within two lbs. My surgery is in about 3 weeks. I could lose weight to a certain point but it just prevents. WHILE I gain it brings a few pounds back with it back. I need to lose over 100 lbs. Not an easy task when you yourself have other health issues. Yes, some insurance firms have rigorous requirements.
No gain during 6 months supervised nutrition sessions. Must be 41 by without comorbidities or 35-40 with comorbidities. Some have required FIVE years of failed documented weight loss information. So yes, I would have resorted to whatever means needed to qualify. Folks have lost below the mandatory weight but put rolls of quarters in their storage compartments or ankle joint weights under their slacks to meet the criteria.
That’s what happened certainly to me I lost my requirement of weight the first a few months had to aimtsin the next 4 month and cosmetic surgeon meet with me and insurance full approval. I’ve 6 weeks until surgery and provided the just do it to lose again. So hope to lose 8 pounds now and another 10. On the two 2-week liquid diet. I’m glad I put to see the maintenance for 4 months it was hard and messes with your head. Check out a few of the other topics about maintenance. I possibly could only lose 2 pounds from my starting weight prior to being qualified, I’d be disqualified otherwise.
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I’m sure we’ve different insurance, I’m in Bcbs in Virginia, but this helps hopefully. Ask your surgery team about this Maybe. I had to reduce 5% of my body weight to qualify for the surgery. I’m a bit worried about this myself. I had been told at the start (in January) that I must say I needed to lose 10% of my excess body weight through the six-month supervised diet – which was about 10-15 pounds.
I ended up shedding 40 pounds thus far – this means I began the pre-op diet, that I’m on now, at 40.1 mi. The pre-op liquid diet shall drop me below 40, and there isn’t anything I can do about any of it. My next surgeon’s office at. I’m going to need to have a discussion with them.
Yes, some insurance firms have strict requirements. No gain during 6 months supervised nutrition appointments. Should be 41 by with no comorbidities or 35-40 with comorbidities. Some have required FIVE many years of failed recorded weight loss information. So yes, I’d have resorted to whatever means needed to qualify. People have lost below the mandatory weight but put rolls of quarters in their wallets or ankle weights under their slacks to qualify.