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Re: advice on surgery

Postby Mypoorbutt » 28 Apr 2017, 16:51

I think that's one of the problems that if we aren't in much pain before the op then it is actually quite a trauma to the area and can send some of us back into full on pain. I think you will probably feel better tomorrow after a decent sleep Hun.
I'm sure the first BM won't be as bad as you expect
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Re: advice on surgery

Postby Becka456 » 28 Apr 2017, 16:59

Yeah that's true you feel like you have had a major set back! Thank you I hope so the morphine I got this afternoon is helping take the edge off but doesn't seem to last very long seem to need it every 3 hours I'm hoping I won't have to do that all through the night lol
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Re: advice on surgery

Postby Diaboliq » 28 Apr 2017, 18:29

Jut go easy and don't get constipated!
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Re: advice on surgery

Postby Becka456 » 29 Apr 2017, 05:38

Thank you, I've been taking molaxole each night and magnesium so hopefully will keep things soft!
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Re: advice on surgery

Postby Diaboliq » 29 Apr 2017, 06:26

I just kept taking a stool softener and miralax like I was before surgery and it's been good.
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Re: advice on surgery

Postby Becka456 » 29 Apr 2017, 06:35

Oh good do you think I should maybe take a bit of lactalose too on top or will I be ok with just the molaxole?
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Re: advice on surgery

Postby Diaboliq » 29 Apr 2017, 09:26

That I have no clue, just depends on your body. I've been taking miralax and one 250mh stool softener per day, and still taking the percocets daily and haven't been constipated. I feel like even if my crap was hard it wouldn't even matter pain wise because I've been having such an easy time with going. I honestly haven't gone this easy and fast in probably 10 years
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Re: advice on surgery

Postby Becka456 » 29 Apr 2017, 09:29

Well I have just had my first bm and can say that it wasn't painful at all! I'm so happy right now, just soreness and stinging on the stitches but that's it I'm shocked I expected it to be horrendous!!
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Re: advice on surgery

Postby Becka456 » 30 Apr 2017, 14:23

Does anybody who had dissolvable stitches have like scraggly bits hanging from them? I'm just wondering if that's normal and there not coming out? Also how long did it take for them to dissolve?
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