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Unread 12-07-2000, 03:47 AM
Great News

I went for my check-up today and everything is healing fine. My pathology report came up neg. for pre-cancerous or cancerous cells. That was a relief!!! They found that my uterus was full of adhesions which possible caused me all that suffering I endured for the past year. As for my emotional roller coaster I've been riding, he prescribed Celexa, I was on it a month before my surgery and it helped me then a lot. So I'm sure it will again. Last but not least, I was worried about returning to work at 6 weeks, I was really sick over it, I didn't know how I was going to do it. Today he extended my LOA for 2 more weeks, which puts the factory in the middle of their X-mas shut-down so I don't have to return to work til Jan. 2. There was know way I would have been able to do the physical part of my job which is lifting 20-50 lbs. wheels all day long. I'm so glad I have an understanding Doc.

I'm so excited..... I just had to tell you girls, as you can tell these are one of my good days.


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Unread 12-07-2000, 05:42 AM
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That is good news. Now rest, relax and enjoy the rest of your time off.
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Unread 12-07-2000, 07:18 AM
Everyone should have this...

What great news. I personally believe that a doctor should always sign our requests for extended leave from this type of surgery. After all, said doctor, is not walking around in THIS body doing THIS work. We are.

I am so glad you have the additional time off to heal. I wish this could be true for everyone who needs it.

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Unread 12-07-2000, 07:28 AM
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I can totally relate to your stress over going back to work too soon! I had my preop appt. on Monday. My Dr. is a stickler about time off (like my disability payments are coming out of her pocket or something). I work for Mack Trucks, on the assembly line building trucks. I climb over 6 foot truck frames bending over the rail with a 20 lb. airgun repititiously (we do 29 trucks per day at 15 minute intervals). Although I was almost 8 wks. post op, I knew there was NO WAY I would be able to do my job.
She sat there arguing with me that the time off for a hyster is 6 WEEKS. I was really getting upset and angry and finally she said, she would release me at 4 hours per workday until the day after Christmas and then back to full days. (we too have shutdown from Christmas till New Years).
I was not happy and still wondering how on earth I was going to handle 4 hours. A simple twist of fate took care of that. Mack will not let me come back until I am released for an 8 hour work day. Had she released me on light duty, they would have had me come back, but since I was released for 4 hours at my regular job, I can't. So I will stay on full disability until the first of the year.
It's pretty sad that a company who doesn't give a rats butt about it's employees (if it wasn't for the Union we'd be screwed) has more sense about my recovery then my OWN Dr!
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