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...and what do I worry about? ...and what do I worry about?

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Unread 03-14-2012, 06:03 AM
...and what do I worry about?

All this upheaval and I have handled most of it pretty okay. Some on my own, some with my husband's help. and some thanks to the wonderful ideas of the sisters here (thanks!)...

Still, I worry. My biggest concern today? That without my uterus, my insides will slosh around like spaghetti swimming in marinara. Oh yes. And that thought will NOT leave my brain. Ha!
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Unread 03-14-2012, 06:11 AM
Re: ...and what do I worry about?

Lol. I thought the same thing. Right after surgery it kind of feels like that but as each day passes your insides start to feel back to normal..

At 6 weeks now, other than the occasional tug or twinge I feel back to normal.. The exhaustion after surgery was my biggest problem. Still is but my doc said up until about 4 months I will feel tired since we are still healing enternally till then..
Unread 03-14-2012, 06:18 AM
Re: ...and what do I worry about?

Maybe they should have uterus implants that they can put there inplace of the one they took. Like a prosthetic uterus insert to keep the insides more stable and less prone to sloshiness (is sloshiness a word? ha! it is now!). I think I will design and patent this as soon as I can...it'll be my retirement plan

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