Emotional day

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this morning I couldn't stop crying! At nothing for no reason. 3 days post op from ovarian cyst removal has anyone else experienced this? Followed by feeling ok / happy

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    Yes can identify with that. It is relatively common both after this op and also general anaesthetic. Don't be surprised if it happens several times, it is part of recovery and my GP told me it is not unusual and can occur after any op, not just this one.
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    I've had a few days of feeling sorry for myself following ovary removal 4 weeks ago. Christmas carols are setting me off at the moment as feeling a bit ba-humbug!

    i was emotional after general anaesthetic last year to but that was for very different operation.

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    Most definitely experienced this and I personally attribute it to anesthesia, pain pills, boredom and frustration. Even the firat day I cried on the way home from the anesthesia. Many people react this way and it's entirely normal, all things considered. It's an emotional operation to begin with and scary for many women. Nerves are to be expected. Hugs!
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      Thanks everyone for reassurance. I have been out for first time today and went to church and chatted with friends. This has done me good.  Back on sofa now to rest.
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    all will get better and i want wish you a happy christmas smilexx
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