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Unread 01-03-2006, 09:32 AM
Not bad at all!

It has been a week today since the surgery and I have to say I am still amazed at how good I feel. The only real problem I have had is in regulating my bathroom trips. It was day four before the Dr. made me take a laxative and of course then I spent the whole day in the bathroom. I believe this is why I feel so sore. Sore is easy. It still doesn't compare to cramping! Now I am feeling stopped up again. Why is there nothing in between? I am still walking everyday but not trying to set any records just to keep moving. I too am used to going to the gym everyday and my DH is just short of sitting on me to keep me still and to keep me from overdoing. The hard part is you don't know you have been overdoing until the next day! So, I've been ordered to read today! Still doing ok on the patch. Hope everyone's experience can be as easy as mine!

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Unread 01-03-2006, 02:43 PM

Originally Posted by blunderful
I'm doing so well that I wanted everyone to know. On a scale from 1 -10 (which you are asked a lot) I never got over a 3. My montly cramps puts this pain to shame! Yvette
Good for you, the sooner you are up
slow walking the faster your gonna heal
(mentally & spirtually as well)

And I 100% agree with you, my surgery
was far less painful than the 4 years of
hemorage Cramps, pain & suffering I
had to endure!!

I feel like a totally different woman now!
(even my family & husband have commented
and praised my "better moods")

Can't wait to START LIVING again!!!

God Bless
Unread 01-03-2006, 05:38 PM
Not bad at all!

WOW...that sounds very encouraging! I hate the thought of being a bother to anyone. Just to used to looking after everything ! Positive thinking I always say to myself !!! Hopefully that will work for me ! I will be happy to say "bye-bye" to the monthly pains but most of all my migraines!
Thank you for letting us know !!!

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