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First I checked YouTube. But ended up at vimeo.com. There are videos of actual surgeries. All of them.

This completely explains why we feel run in to, repeatedly, by a semi truck.

Also, probably not going to show the hubby. LoL

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    Hmmmm I did watch my op and it was very interesting. My husband thought I'd gone mental. I think I went a bit far wanting to know to much.

    Definitely best not to know.😱😱😱

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    I also found those pre-sgy and made myself watch (despite nausea) so I would know exactly what was being done to me!  No wonder we are sore and it takes so much time to heal...amazing that we actually heal back to a functional state after all of that!  

    I agree that I will not likely have hubby view them...but as I am only 6+ weeks out...reserve the right to change my mind if there are challenges in the marital relations department!  Lol...still NO where near brave enough to even go there yet!

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    For me it wasn't the actual procedures - it was the equipment they use to get access. I guess a baby comes through there - but thats not 2 hours !!

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      I was told the position you’re in during the procedure will often cause pain and discomfort as it’s a very awkward position.
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