Compression Stockings

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Re: Compression Stockings

Postby Bum_UK » 09 Jun 2017, 08:34

He certainly is and he told me I'm a proper Dr which means I've got to like him! :D You do want someone you trust when dealing with those delicate areas! I hope your Pilondial Sinus gets resolved soon without surgery. My wife's sister had to have surgery for PS some years ago and she recovered quickly.

I had a sheet with questions I asked him after the surgery and he answered all of them patiently. The nurse's aid was amused by all my questions. I found all the staff there great. I'm trying to be patient after my surgery (Botox, sentinel pile removal and what he called a minimal fissurectomy, it burns like crazy after BMs so I'm disagreeing with minimal for the time being :) ) and it's only three days since my surgery which means I shouldn't expect to be up and running around. I've been out for a 15 minute walk today and get by on paracetamol so I should probably not complain!

Have a speedy recovery from the PS!
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Re: Compression Stockings

Postby Mypoorbutt » 09 Jun 2017, 08:41

Hi BU
Yes my pack said to wear them but I'm a bit rebellious and decided that as I was only out for about 15/20 mins then I didn't really need to wear them...I'm bad lol but nothing happened and I had to shopping at Asda the next day and really didn't feel like walking round the supermarket in those horrid things
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Re: Compression Stockings

Postby Bum_UK » 09 Jun 2017, 09:49

But MPB they are so appealing! Rebellious is good! I'll ditch them when going out if the weather turns nice enough for shorts. I'm sweating like a pig right now as I've been out for a 20 minute stroll and it's warm with them under the tracksuit bottoms. I'm sporting a casual look when I recover from the surgery.
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Re: Compression Stockings

Postby Mypoorbutt » 09 Jun 2017, 09:56

Oh gosh yes what a great fashion statement that would have been lol
Can't imagine wearing them for longer than I did actually as they are so uncomfortable and especially if it's warm.
Casual is a good luck for after surgery lol
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Re: Compression Stockings

Postby Bum_UK » 09 Jun 2017, 10:07

I don't find them too uncomfortable which is fortunate. The surgery is an excellent excuse to lounge about, get the wife to tend to my every need and sport a casual look! ;)
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Re: Compression Stockings

Postby chachacha » 09 Jun 2017, 10:58

So, any stock tips on companies in the UK selling compression stockings?
Fissure since about 2007
Fissure diagnosed in 2011
Diltiazem for two years - didn't work well
LIS January, 2015
Hemorrhoidectomy December, 2017
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Re: Compression Stockings

Postby Bum_UK » 09 Jun 2017, 11:27

CCC, my lips are sealed! ;)
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