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6 mths post-op & still Fog headed…. 6 mths post-op & still Fog headed….

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Unread 01-22-2006, 05:22 PM
6 mths post-op & still Fog headed….

Has anyone been dizzy/lightheaded since surgery? I have had a lot of problems. I started with gallbladder, appendix, exploratory, and the draining of some fluid off my right ovary in June. Next was my Hysterectomy in July because the CT scan detected a mass in right side. They removed everything except my right ovary and tube. The mass was nowhere to be found???? I don’t remember much of June, July, August, September, and parts of October. I have continued to have a discharge since the surgery. My doctor said that it would go away soon, and then changed to the discharge is normal. I started bleeding this past week so I decided to go to another Dr. He said that I have granulated tissue and used the silver nitrate to cauterize it.
I just feel like I can’t quite get back to par. Has anyone had trouble with the foggy head? If so give me your definition. I feel very exhausted and my eyes just wonder. Stomach is most always bothering me and now I am in therapy for depression, which I feel is coming from the physical side of this. I need guidance.
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Unread 01-22-2006, 08:30 PM
6 mths post-op & still Fog headed….

Tonton, I am sorry that you are still having a rough time.I also have brain fog, very bad, I have forgotten the simplest things. It is very frustrating. Have you discussed this with your dr. I go for therapy once a week, and the therapist told me to eat lots of protein, nuts and yogurt, she said that would help. She also told me not to focus too much on things that I forget, that it will eventually come to me. I wish you the best and hope that everything will clear up soon. I am sending chocolate ( as we all know chocolate helps with everything) and lots of 's, Carol
Unread 01-23-2006, 03:52 PM
6 mths post-op & still Fog headed….

Glad I'm not the only one, DH asks if I'm crazy most of the time!!!

I swear I would forget to take my kids to school, if the youngest wouldn't remind me!!

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