twas the night before surgery...

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and all through my house!

everyone was nervous even the mouse!

haha

well tomorrow I have my a&p repair 😬😬 have to be in hospital at 12!

so so nervous!! just want it to be over now the before part is horrible!!!

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    wishing you very best of luck. are you having it done in london? love your post about the mouse. ..

    best of luck for a quick and painless recovery

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      lol thanks smile i hope so toooo 🙈 its the worst part not knowing how you going to be after

      im up in dudley so having it done at Bmi hospital in Birmingham

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    Hope all goes well I'm sure it will be well worth it by this time tomorrow it will all be over with speedy recovery keep us posted 
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    It'll be over before you know it then uphill from here. Lot of us have been through it and are on the other side now to recovery. Be blessed and hope all goes well for you. Remember the opposite of fear is faith. Have faith that it'll all work out for the good for you!!
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    3 weeks out

    The waiting is the hard part. The pain wasn't bad. I just agonized over. I will tell you when you are asked to pee before you leave - do not push to make it happen. It takes time for the sedative to wear off then it will happen.

    When you get home. Rest. Allow others to help you. When they say don't lift anything over 10 pounds - don't lift over 10 pounds. Don't push or pull either. You will regret it so don't do it.

    You will pee with frequency but this will taper off.

    2 1/2 - 3 every should start working pretty good.

    If after 2 weeks you notice an odor (sour like) call your doctor as this could be a yeast infection.

    This takes time to recover. Please don't over-do. It takes time to recover. My prayers

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      thank you all ladies, im optomestic it will all go well !

      will keeps yous posted

      glad to hear you all have recovered wrll!

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      I wish u the very best and hope u have a speedy recovery. Keep us posted. Warmest regards jan. X
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    Hi,I'm 9 weeks post op from hysterectomy and bowel repair !!theres definitely light at the end of the tunnel !!good luck ,that's where my sister went and she marvellous now x
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      oh good to know 👍 my surgeon/dr is well respected only hearing good things so it eases me, she has even been a dr on embarrassing bodies and some hospital er show lol

      thanks all my nerves are doing me in lollll but off to see santa now with my son before i cant move lol so will take my mind off it for te moment

      why is it as soon as you have to fast you are edge of death starving?? haha i dont normally eat much during day but now i know i cant its like munchies delux lol

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      Enjoy Father Christmas 😍the op will be over before you know it !i can't believe how quick the te has gone!i even ran for the bus the other which I shouldn't of done that was really silly but hey guess what I didn't per my pants good luck👍x
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    Hope you breeze through it like I did:-))))  Someone asked me if I was nervous before my op and I said 'no, because I'll be asleep - I'm not doing it' LOL!  So sleep well through it and I hope the following days aren't too bad at all for you:-))))
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      Yes, actively enjoy it!  Get yourself stuff that will keep you amused - films and books etc. and enjoy yourself:-)))  I did LOL!
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