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my lady had a hysterectomy yesterday what is best thing i can do to help the recovery ig 1st day 2 weeks
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) to another, I just wanted to express my gratitude to you regarding your volunteer work in this area. When I was recovering from my radical hysterectomy in 2000, my girls (okay, they are dogs) never left my side. They are now (almost) 11 and one turned 10 on Sunday. I also noted from your posts that it is possible you are familiar with the Caring Bridge site I mentioned, but hope you regard that for clarification purposes. Tybear is the one who introduced me to the wonderful site.
I am trying to be brave but today it is really hitting me.I most likely will need a hysterectomy,I have a tumor on my left ovary along with fibroids on my uterus.
Tascha you will be in my thoughts and prayers!! Definitely rest up and don't over due it when you get to the recovery side. I am one to talk right. :) We will all be here for you.
We will wait here for you and look forward to hearing from you when you are on the Recovery Side. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
I concur with what loralai said. I am heading into my 4th week of recovery from hysterectomy. I have found that the pain isn't so bad. It is more the frustration of not being able to do much that is the hardest part. I, too, don't sleep well and feel like my mind is racing all the time. I have a million things i want to do - i just know that i shouldn't do them. I am blessed in that I have family around to help.
Hi and welcome to the forum. We have all done some dirty things to get what we want. Ive lied, conned, cheated, and my biggest one was stolen. Nothing stood in the way of me n my drugs. Ur not unique. We have all been there. Talk to ur therapist about these things that r eating u up. They will give u the tools that u need to cope and deal with these issues. My therapist has helped alot with the things ive done in my past. U got to always remember we r not our true selves when we r using.
I was dx with Ovarian cancer on the 1st Sept 08 when i had a radical hysterectomy where they removed both ovaries,tubes,womb,uterous and the omentum along with scraping some tumours off my bowels as they were having a small tea party on top of it lol, I dont have any children but have been blessed with two wonderful step children and two naughty dogs! Im currently on my 4th hit of Carbo/Taxol and i am struggling real hard to continue.
One was to remove a cyst from my right ovary which resulted in the removal of my right ovary as well. That was outpatient and the recovery time was about a month to 6 weeks before I felt like getting back to my "normal" routine and feeling good about it. I've just had a total hysterectomy 6 weeks ago which required a 1 night stay in the hospital. I am progressively getting better but I'm not back to normal by any means.
5 years ago when I started the process of getting into recovery I was not so bad and for 2 years things were looking up I was just having to deal with my foot and the pain... Now trying to deal with the pain it is leading me in a direction I was hoping not to take for sometime now.. I use to be anemic as a child I guess I'm a lil now again..
excise the piece of the sling that is pushing through my vagina (touted as the least invasive w/fastest recovery time); remove the sling and go back to the original problem of incontinence; excise the protruding piece and replace it with a piece of another sling (?); or replace the sling. I was leaning toward the excision of the piece of sling (I'm already out of sick days, so time off was a concern), but am now leaning toward a longer-term solution of replacing the sling.
He said he doesn't want to take away 5 months of recovery from the surgery, when that could be the last chance I have to conceive and carry to term (I have had 4 m/c and we are trying for our first child). At first I was pretty happy that he didn't want to do surgery right away. I wasn't looking forward to it. But the more I think about what he said, the more it burned me up. It's everything I can do to keep my DH on track with this whole conceiving thing.
I sure love you guys. Seriously. I will elaborate on my emotions in a second. DebiR,I just saw your question. But, I am going to need a little "cooling down" time (again, I will elaborate in a sec.). I will get out my Dr. Uzzi Reiss book tonight and see what is going on. I do agree that it might take a while for the bio's to get into your system. You are replenishing your system and not just masking your menopausal symptoms.
I had my Novasure ablation recently on April 9, 2008. I'm 52 yrs. old and have always had heavy, long-lasting periods. I was hoping to begin menopause and be done with this, but I had a period the first of 2008 and it just wouldn't end. I was on birth control medicine temporarily before finally having the endometrial ablation done. My dr. did a D&C along with the ablation. All went well and my dr.
In the next 3 - 4 weeks I'm going in for a Hysterectomy over to Anchorage. Which is fine by me. LOL! I'm like no more Auntie Flo Coming to visit... Yahoooo! I can now plan real vacations EVERYWHERE... at ANY time... LOL!
To be honest I cannot notice any difference between 15mg of hydrocodone and 10mg of oxycodone. My system is so unusual and different from most other ppls. All of the Big <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dog</span>s I am either allergic to or I can't get through the severe headaches and they don't reduce the pain to any great degree. So I stay with the hydrocodone and suffer with basically uncontrolled pain.I throw in 5mg of diazepam every few weeks when the I cannot go another minute.
Well, my wife's 8 week recovery time from her hysterectomy is about over so I won't be full of it too much longer! 29 hours, 37 minutes and 14 no 13 seconds and counting!
) Yes, the kitties are very rambunctious and lively - makes like more interesting. Grew up with <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dog</span>s and cats and love them both. Enjoy your mom - I lost mine recently. Surgery does seem overwhelming at first but if you need it and you have a really good doc, you usually come out better on the other side and it is worth it.
I'm absolutely beside myself with panic and one of the biggest decisions I face is whether or not to have a full hysterectomy, ovaries and tubes included or not. I am only 39! I'm seeking HONEST answers and I'm sorry I chose a word that offended you. Good luck to everyone, I'll leave gracefully. I think you all have a bonded group, and I am the outsider and I respect that. I actually have lived my life expecting not to belong, so this isn't new for me.
, removal of the uterus and ovaries is grossly overused with 73% of women losing healthy ovaries at the time of hysterectomy but even most hysterectomies are not necessary (only 2% are done for confirmed cancer). So you are right to question why your physician is talking about removing both ovaries and your uterus when the cyst is on your right ovary. A big problem is that the surgical consent forms are written to allow the surgeon to have "free rein" on what organs are removed.
), and my relationship with my boyfriend is suffering as I rarely want to be intimate, and when we are, it usually ends up with me in tears. My social life has gone to the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dog</span>s, my roomie feels like he has to walk on eggshells with me being so moody, and I think I have been denied a promotion recently because I am not 100% on my game. I am not nearly as active as I used to be and am gaining weight, which is resulting in a lowering of my self-esteem.
for most of those with a successful recovery we uise Aftercare... there are many types of that for some a pastor and truing it over to God works for others a substance abuse counselor works I even tryed a shrink for me I tried all of the above but it wasent till I hit the rooms of N/A that I finely found long term recovery...
I can't give you first hand experience regarding the recovery from a laparoscopy, however, my sister had her ovaries removed that way, and was home in under 23 hours. She would have done better but had a complication that required a second surgery. All in all her recovery was about 3 weeks. I am not sure you will be able to drive for a week. You will be tired and have pain post op and for a few days after.
Well, about a month and a half ago I almost went into a coma, I was asleep for over 50 hours - I could hear the phone ringing as my husband and brother and mother called and called, hear the tv, the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dog</span>s barking but could not wake up. I stay in bed most all day every day and have not had the motivation to even check into these drugs. So my brother looked into it and said, I'm lucky I'm alive now.
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