operation cancelled admitted to hospital 2 days later

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My operation was cancelled the day before surgery. I had an appointment with surgeon on Monday and after examination was told the pain is coming from your apendix. I was admitted to hospital the same day with suspected appendicitis I'm waiting for a CT scan to confirm this I have been told they can do both ops at the same time. I really hope this happens. I've been in agony for this last week hanging on for Saturday but sat came and went. I'm now in the same hospital and same ward I would of been on sat but no hysterectomy. Hoping for the ct scan today or tomorrow then hopefully fingers crossed surgery n the road to recovery. In pain but feeling hopeful x

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    hi tracy when you say appendix was it the right side and how long have to had the pain,as i have the same also want hysterectomy,the pain starts at side goes right down to bottom of tummy ,wish u well thanks mags smile
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    Fingers crossed for you Tracey, you must be in so much pain, I hope they sort you soon xx I was offered two ops at the same time, Hyst and gall stones, unfortunately for me the two consultants were in two different hospitals so I have to recover from Hyst before I can have the other op rolleyes

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    Hi tracy

    i was thinking about you today and wondered how you were.....at least you now have a plan which probably is not so much of a consultation if your still in pain....hope go get your operation soon.....keep on top of the pain and ask for painkillers regularly.....let us know how your going....take care x

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    Hi Tracy

    So sorry everything has gone upside down for you. Fingers crossed they can do both ops for you, and then you can get on with the road to recovery.  



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