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Had emergency surgery and just got home

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#21 by Marcel-R6 » Wed Feb 08, 2017 04:46

Yeah take care Mis V...and please don't leave me alone with all these....

sp1915 will handle it all and I'll assist :lol:
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#22 by arunthk20 » Wed Feb 08, 2017 05:25

Wishing you a speedy recovery Val
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#23 by valerie » Wed Feb 08, 2017 09:56

Yep, I'd rather had the pain of having a baby then the gallbladder pain.

My belly hurts. Feels like I did a million sit ups.

I guess sitting in this chair is the best place to be. I got in bed last night and it was a heck
of a time getting up out of it. Finally made it to the recliner and it was a heck of a time getting
up out of it too. Guess I will sleep sitting straight up in the recliner tonight.

I wonder if I removed all the stuff from one of the holes in my belly, if I could shine a flashlight
in there and see inside? :mrgreen: Yes I am kidding.

Thanks for the well wishes. Much appreciated.
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#24 by sp1915 » Wed Feb 08, 2017 10:13

Ouch. I hope I never have a gallbladder problem. Hopefully you are taking your medication.
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#25 by Piddles » Wed Feb 08, 2017 10:15

valerie wrote: Yep, I'd rather had the pain of having a baby then the gallbladder pain.

My belly hurts. Feels like I did a million sit ups.

I guess sitting in this chair is the best place to be. I got in bed last night and it was a heck
of a time getting up out of it. Finally made it to the recliner and it was a heck of a time getting
up out of it too. Guess I will sleep sitting straight up in the recliner tonight.

I wonder if I removed all the stuff from one of the holes in my belly, if I could shine a flashlight
in there and see inside? :mrgreen: Yes I am kidding.

Thanks for the well wishes. Much appreciated.

I just told my nerosurgeon the other day I would rather give birth to a full grown dinosaur than have my pain..lol

I been sleeping sitting in the up right position for a few weeks now, waiting on my surgery for pinched nerve pain in my neck. Its the most painful thing I have ever experienced..
Hope your pain lets up for you and if you do decide to do that flashlight thing, let us know...LOL
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#26 by clicker222 » Wed Feb 08, 2017 11:02

What a difficult day! You have the respect and the admiration of a lot of members of Clixsense, to include myself. You can't get well, soon enough, for all of us! We genuinely hope that you are feeling better. Anything medical can be long and difficult to recover from. That you were able to post anything (still working?!!) after something this difficult is simply AMAZING.
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#27 by lokataliasgar » Wed Feb 08, 2017 11:11

wish you a speedy recovery
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#28 by valerie » Wed Feb 08, 2017 11:30

sp1915 wrote: Ouch. I hope I never have a gallbladder problem. Hopefully you are taking your medication.

Yes several meds. Mainly cipro, phenergan, and hydrocodone.
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#29 by BlizZzard » Wed Feb 08, 2017 11:50

Get well soon..
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#30 by cookin2 » Wed Feb 08, 2017 12:06

Sending healing thoughts and best wishes!

I had my gall bladder out billions of years ago, the old fashioned way. No fun. The best part that I can tell you is that after I recovered, I experimented with different foods. Had to be careful of the amount of fat that I ate at one time. Ice cream and raised donuts didn't set well - indigestion and diarrhea. Slowly, I'd say by 3 months and ever since, I can eat what I want, within reason lol and feel great! I hope you recover the same way as I did :)

My adult daughter had hers out about 5 years ago, the new way, like you did. Tiny incisions and she was sent home the same day! I thought that was awful, but she did well. She can eat anything she wants, within reason, too. I hope you recover as quickly as she did. The key is pain control for a few days!!!! Take your medicine even if it makes you groggy and tired. You have the phenergan for nausea which is terrific. Between the antibiotic and the pain pills, your stomach may be upset, again, that phenergan will fix you right up!

Didn't mean to write a book lol Rest, nap when you can, take the pain pills - you'll be your old self before you know it :D
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#31 by leeuna » Wed Feb 08, 2017 13:56

So sorry to hear that you've been ill, but happy you're on the mend. Take care and get well soon.
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#32 by Lunablue » Wed Feb 08, 2017 15:59

Get well soon!
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#33 by wwzsocki » Wed Feb 08, 2017 17:38

I wish you fast recovery :thumbup:
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