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Unread 05-17-2003, 03:43 PM
uretic stent , thin stools totally exhausted HELP

Hi everyone


Help please..................


I had tah 18.3.03 ( weeks ago , then had a ureteric stent on Tuesday this week.

Now silly question time...

My stools seem to be very long and thin is this normal???


Was told the abdo pain would go away after the stent ...now my bladder and my kidney hurts.,.......

My adbo feels very full all the timer and I have no appetite (good to lose a bit of weight ) and I feel just plain uuncomfortable all the time... hard to describe this to a docter....

I justy feel totally wacked out all the time... my work sent me flowers on friday and all I could think was help they want me to go back and I really cant do it.. is this Normal??

also I cant concentrate on any thing .... is this normal??>?


Help

Sluggy
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Unread 05-18-2003, 06:15 AM
uretic stent , thin stools totally exhausted HELP

Hi Sluggy,

I have had stents placed in my ureters for 2 previous fistula surgeries & was miserable while they were in place for approx. 2 weeks. They were quite painful for me so I know how you feel re: kidneys & bladder but I can't explain pain in the abdomen. Keeping your bowels loose helps so there is no pressure on the stents. I will have stents again starting Tuesday & defenately not looking forward to it.

Good Luck,
Terry
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Unread 05-18-2003, 09:35 AM
uretic stent , thin stools totally exhausted HELP

Yes it's normal and the best advice I can give you is DO NOT go back to work until your body says it's ready.

I went back after 6 weeks from the second abdominal surgery (to a new tax office) because it was tax season and I suppose to start in January and because of this "complication" I had didn't start until March 19th and because of those less than 3 weeks of work I didn't perform as I should have...<just didn't feel well> and NOW I lost my job entirely. I feel that IF I didn't go back to work so soon my work would have been better. Instead my new (and no more) employers just thought I flaked when I called in sick. My reputation of being a good employee is damaged. I worked for a prior CPA for 10 years and even with all the bleeding and pain didn't miss work during tax season. These new employers only knew me as missing work and being sick.
DON'T go to work unless you feel good.
Just my humble opinion.
Renee
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Unread 05-18-2003, 01:17 PM
thanks

thanks renee and red ap[ple... I work as a Bookeeper too so need to be able to concentrate properly .. dont seem to be able to add up two plus two at the moment. work will have to wait.

It is difficult though , I sometimes think that it would be easier if I had a broken leg at least everyone could see that!!!

Good luck redapple on weds let me know how you get on

Love
Sluggy

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