Last night's sleep study went well. I do have sleep apnea, though. About halfway through the study, the sleep tech put me on the CPAP. I slept much better with it on. I didn't want to get out of bed because I was so comfy! LOL! Anyway, I just have to followup with the surgeon, who ordered the test, and get a prescription for a CPAP machine. It'll require me giving up my small refrigerator, though, as it sits on my nightstand next to my bed. At least I'll start getting a better night's sleep and maybe even eight hours a night, finally! Well, day's sleep, as hubby and I sleep during the day!
I see my primary care physician on Wednesday and will do my official weigh-in then. My scale says I gained, which I'll be mad if I did! I've been sticking to my calorie limit and eating like I should pre-op. Even though I don't have to 'til two weeks before the surgery! It's recommended by the dietician that we use it for a guideline for meal ideas and my friend said she followed it and lost weight. I did have breakfast at McDonald's this morning, though, but even so I should be within my calorie limit or not much above it. I allow myself 1550 calories a day.
Tomorrow, our exercise bike should be here! Once it's set up, I'm going to try it out. It's supposed to support 350 pounds, so hopefully it'll work out. I know I'm more than that, but I've used office chairs that support that amount of weight, successfully. We'll see! Using it will help me burn some calories, finally! :)