7 days post op.

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I am 7 days post op and have been doing ok apart from the obvious pains. I have just felt all shaky and feintish and i felt really hot inside. I am eating and drinking ok so i don't know why i felt like this.

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    Hi 

    i have just had a 48 hour virus along with a lot of other people I know..chills temperature , sore eyes headache general malaise ..felt awful ..then after 48 hours gone ..weird ..might be that..

    if you have a temperature due to incisions check that there is no green pus ..if just yellowish and blood ok ..

    hope that helps 

    Sally 

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    Hi Dianne,

    7 days is not very long, it does take a while to recover, have they checked your blood for iron deficiency? Did you have keyhole or open surgery? Hope you feel better soon. 

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    I second getting checked for iron deficiency. I had it set in after giving birth to my daughter. I felt weak and lightheaded. Got a headache when it was severe and I was constantly warm when I'm usually freezing (although that couldve been preg hormones) I also lost my appetite when it got severe and my stomach just felt off. Once I started supplementing I felt great.
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    I had mine done on may 18. I was shakky in recovery but that was it , You should check your temp, if over 100 I think U should have your health care provider notify. Hopefully U should feel much better.

    My system is fully getting back to where it should, slowly.Everyday is a new progress for me . Thanks to God

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