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After the surgery I woke up in a haze, there was a nurse checking on me and she told me it was alright for me to sleep some more if I felt like it. Which I did but not for much longer as I felt like I was soon fully awake.
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She then asked me if I felt ready to go back to my room and have a bathroom break and some breakfast, which I definitely felt ready for. They of course want to make sure that things are functioning as intended and that I also am I able to keep my food down.
I have been under anaesthetic before and that time I did feel nauseous when I moved around for the first time so it was wonderful when I didn't have that this time. I managed my bathroom break and breakfast with no issues.
Then I got a word with my doctor and she explained how the surgery had gone and everything went fine, I was however informed that it seems that I have had a leakage while on my period which meant that some of my blood went out into my body instead of out my tubes and she took the opportunity to fix that as well. Which I am so thankful for, I had no idea that this was occurring.
She also explained how to take care of myself and my stitches. I had large plasters covering them and my doctor wanted me to wear them for about a week before I can remove them and that I am allowed to have showers but that I should be cautious while getting water on them. To avoid it the best I can.
I also got painkillers which I needed to take on the regular and a few morphine tablets if the pain was too severe. I shouldn't exercise, have intercourse or any baths for another 7-10 days. My menstruation should go back to normal as well.
My first few days at home were mostly spent on the sofa resting and avoiding moving to the best of my capability. I also ended up sleeping on the sofa as I love to sleep on my stomach and that helps me avoid that as there isn't enough room to flip over.
Slowly and steady I felt that I could keep my regular posture and no longer walk around like a human banana. No shade to the bananas. After a week I removed my plasters and the shower I had then was wonderful as I could finally clean around my stitches.
Now it's been a month after and the stitches have come off and while I did have a sore bellybutton for a while that has stopped being the case. Now I can live life as normal and I am so happy I made this choice. Thank you for joining me on this journey in my life.
Love you all!
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