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I have been waiting for 5 years to have the damage that happened during the birth of my son to be repaired, and tomorrow is the day. When I was in labor with my son, he got stuck pretty bad in my pelvis and my doctor cut me from front to back (skin, tissue, muscle, everything!) and only stitched back the skin. (I don't know if it's possible to stitch up everything else). anyways, I am having a posterior vaginal repair, rectocele, and prolapsed bladder and rectum. I am only 20 years old. My mom is a nurse and so is my boyfriend's mom and they will be taking care of me. After the surgery, will it be as painful as it was after giving birth or worse? Even with everything that happened during my birth, I really wasn't in pain after. I seem to have a high vaginal pain tolerance but a very low pain tolerance for abdominal cramps. Is there any last minute advice? I have arrangements for my son, I have a ste thing for going to the bathroom after. Anything else I should do to prepare? I am on stool softeners and I have been having the easiest bowel movements since I had my son. Anything else? Thank you all for the support and help!
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