Surgery healing vs. fissure healing

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Re: Surgery healing vs. fissure healing

Postby Bumbutt » 15 Feb 2011, 02:12

Yes, thinking of you Bambi and sending warm thoughts your way for a successful day on Thursday! Image
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Re: Surgery healing vs. fissure healing

Postby Savaici » 15 Feb 2011, 06:16

Best of luck with your surgery, Bambi. I too have not experienced the spasms that I can actually feel, but know the pain. All the very best to you Image
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Re: Surgery healing vs. fissure healing

Postby StevePain » 15 Feb 2011, 14:30

Good luck on the 17th bambi, we'll be thinking about you
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Re: Surgery healing vs. fissure healing

Postby alpinestrawberry » 15 Feb 2011, 19:24

^ I second this, I'll be thinking of you too.
I don't notice actual spasms either--just lots of pain Image
Good luck!
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Re: Surgery healing vs. fissure healing

Postby Bambi » 15 Feb 2011, 21:05

Thank you guys. I just talked to my CRS and had my list of questions ready. I think it helped put my mind at ease a little more. I also had a cheap massage at our local massage school today. That was nice and helped me relax! My pain in the butt has given me a pain in the neck...
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Re: Surgery healing vs. fissure healing

Postby happyass » 15 Feb 2011, 21:37

hi mrs bambi!
i hope you feel great after the massage! that is a good treat to have!
anyway, just wishing you great success with moving forward.
are you having LIS + a skin tag removal or something else?
i know it's hard to not get super anxious about thursday but hopefully once you get to the hour of, you will be calm.
i took my rosary and prayed it right after the IV was put in my arm. luckily, the CRS was running late and i finished my rosary as she walked in Image
i will keep you in prayer and with healing thoughts. i just got back from texas so i would have written much sooner.
big hugs 2 u my dear.
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Re: Surgery healing vs. fissure healing

Postby Bambi » 16 Feb 2011, 00:01

Thank you so much to all of you for your prayers and support. It means a lot to me. I definitely feel comforted by your words and thoughts as I get closer to Thursday.
And HappyAss, is that your dog? Pugs are so cute- our grand-dog is a Boston Terrier and we love him very much. I am looking forward to some time on the couch with our adored Dachshund, Bubba, who just turned 13.
And I hope your trip to Texas was a good one!
Thank you again to everyone!
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