17 days post op and counting...
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He's less expensive compared to others, so I...
- 22 Nov 2012
He's less expensive compared to others, so I already braved myself for the "you get what you pay for!" adage. I just tried to think of being the very first person to secure the best camp site at a Walmart Black Friday line, as he was pulling the surgical tape off of my suture, with reckless abandon! In my doctor's defense, he's kinda pissed off with me, I guess, because I didn't go to the ER as he was hoping to rule out blood clot, when I complained of groin pain around the 4th day of my surgery. I told him, that according to the internet, it's just my lymph nodes! Guess, my internet research didn't impress him huh? Bummer! Anywho, I failed him yet again when he asked that I stood up straight! I can't because I was still in pain, and that's when he blurted out twice, that I need to stop babying myself!!......Mommy!!!! I'm now at my tenth day! Woot! Woot! Tubes free since 3 days ago! Just last night, when I was trying to walk without a walker on a straight back as I clean the dishes, I wanted to scream, look doc' no hands! ;) but I didn't want to wake up my poor hubby who's been valiantly taking care of me. Single ladies, marry someone who you know will take care of you when you needed them the most. Married ladies, if you are already married to this kind of person, milk it! haha! To all the men who take care of their loved ones during their most critical times, thank you very much. Bless your heart. To my doctor, who is my least favorite person right now, I will not bash your good name, because I know, I will be thanking and loving you and probably even recommending you 6 to 12 months from now. With that, brave ladies and wonderful gents, I bid you a Happy Thanksgiving. I will need my percocet now. :)
TT Surgery date: 11/12/2012
Review date: 11/22/2012
I developed an infection, so my doctor prescribed...
- 29 Nov 2012