Hysterectomy

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I had a laproscopic hysterectomy on the 28th of November 4 weeks ago I had a 2 week check up  where my doctor told me that I could go back to work so I did and I have felt pretty good for the most part and I have also been cleaning and doing laundry and so on but this week I have been having pretty significant pain and very tired is this normal?

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    Yep definitely for someone over doing it! wink They say 6 weeks off work! You’re still healing inside x
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      thanks that is exactly what I figured I can be hard headed sometimes lol but my doctor told me I could return to work so I did I work after my 2 week appointment at a fast food restaurant so he told me if I needed to go part time  but I think that has hurt me more lol and also doing housework has probably hurt me also?
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    Hi Elizabeth 2 weeks is very early to be goin bk to work especially on your feet allday .im nearly 5 weeks post op and im going bk to work next week on light duties as i push wheel chairs and lift adults so none of that.i have been cleaning n hovering for over 3 weeks now and felt ok.but yesterday i lifted my bed up to put something under and my stomach hurts on the right side 😣😣😣

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      I thought going back to work at 2weeks was a little early but my doctor said ok so I guess this week I will be taking it easy and resting and just getting up occasionally I'm so ready for the time that everyone says I will 

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    I meant to finish saying I cant wait till when everybody says I will wish I did this years ago lol 

     

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