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Unread 03-08-2012, 07:45 PM
Crying Pre-Op

Originally Posted by LittleStar31 View Post
Jersey I nominate you to schedule and coordinate the bonfire...seeing as you are already on "the other side" to speak. Who wants to volunteer to choreograph the "Swelly Bellies" Flash mob? Anyone?? I'll handle the permits...I have lots of friends in law enforcement and government.
I'm afraid we'll be a very lame flash mob!! All swollen and moving slowly and no bending!! But I'm in
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Unread 03-09-2012, 08:33 AM
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I guess we'll have to leave out the high kicks too. My inner "Rockette" will have to lay dormant just a bit longer. I'm sure we can come up with something fabulous. Doesn't necessarily have to involve dance moves. We could work in the grabber tool...
Unread 03-09-2012, 09:00 AM
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I read this thread when it started to about page 2, then noticed it was at the top of the list again and have caught up. You all crack me up and im at work so i cant laugh out loud so much!!!
Thanks for the giggles

blond, i read somewhere on here the uterus is dissected into smaller pieces to be easily removed through the small incisions of the davinci......I could be wrong but i think i remember reading something about that somewhere on here!!!

Good luck and
thanks for the giggles this morning ladies!!!!
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Unread 03-09-2012, 09:28 AM
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We could do a skit on Saturday Night Live! We are sooo much funnier than Lindsey Lohan. We could show them how we got our "groove" back.
Unread 03-09-2012, 12:26 PM
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Originally Posted by amyrup View Post
blond, i read somewhere on here the uterus is dissected into smaller pieces to be easily removed through the small incisions of the davinci......I could be wrong but i think i remember reading something about that somewhere on here!!!
Amy you're right, the surgeon does cut up the uterus to remove it laproscopically and sometimes when it's vaginal as well.
Unread 03-09-2012, 01:25 PM
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Real Housewives of Hysteria Lane???
Unread 03-09-2012, 04:36 PM
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It was confirmed for my in early February that I would be having a hysterectomy.. I am excited as well as scared as heck.. the closer I get to the date the more anxious and emotional I get..
{{{hugs}}} Hope you have a speedy recovery!
Unread 03-09-2012, 07:25 PM
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I was so happy to finally be able to schedule it and to have seen a pelvic pain specialist who actually HEARD me! Now that we are less than a week away, I am a crying, emotional mess! I can't focus at work, I want to obsessively clean everything, and I'm not sure how I'm going to get through the next 6 days! Pretty sure I'm normal. If normal means I know in my head that I'll be even better afterward, yet I am seriously grieving the loss of my uterus. I have been blessed with my children, and our family is complete, but knowing that their first home, and where I first felt their presence in my life is going to be taken away and incinerated just kills me! Not a rational thought, but valid nonetheless.
Women are dynamic, diverse and amazing beings, and I think any and all reactions to this kind of change is normal. Cry when cry, smile when you smile, and always, always breathe.... I'll try to take my own advice too! Lol
Unread 03-09-2012, 09:36 PM
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Originally Posted by blondfour View Post
Really cannot tell what I am feeling. I just know the tears flowed like a water-fall and I could not stop them. I am happy to be getting something done to help me have a normal life once again. You have no idea of how many times I have had to rearrange around that time of the month or miss school or even work every month like clock-work!!! It has just became too much. Oh did I forget to add in the countless blood transfusions I have had to have as well as finding out that I was anemic!! The list goes on and on. I even thought I was not goning to make it through my father's funeral services because it was that time of the month and I just barely made it with the help of my kids shuffling me back and forward to the restroom with a backpack filled with goodies Should have had it done long time ago but prior responsibilites keep me from it and then it was like slow motion until everything came to a head so this is where I find myself at.
My surgery is March 13 and last night when the insurance/hospital (not sure which it was) called to give my my estimated cost for the hospital only part of my procedure, I started like a waterfall too and didn't stop. They said that the hospital cost was $20,000 and that my portion will be 20% which will be $4100. Dont' know why I fell apart, but I did. This morning I woke up with blinding headache, swollen eyes, and generally felt like I had been hit by a truck. Tonight- good as new. My remedy was a I took my very last Hydrocodone; got a really great massage at Massage Envy (only $39 bucks!), and got a free eybrow wax at a grand opening of a European Waxing place that happened to be right next door to my massage. Truly: tears may come at night, but joy returns in the morning.
Unread 03-09-2012, 11:32 PM
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Go Anna...and I am in awe of the sayings the sisters come up with....Love that "tears may come at night but joy returns in the morning"!! My best to you will do fantastic...and look smashing at the castle!! free eyebrow go girl!!

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