Again thank you for your post Iam having the same thing as you had done in about three weeks, some people told me its like having a C-section and I will be right after a week, and others told me I will be in great pain for 8 weeks. I was getting very frightened indeed until I read your post. I have included my holidays with my surgery as this is the only chance I can take them. So If it just one week then I will be having the best holidays . Thanks again Sharon.
Thank God I found your post....I am scheduled for ovary. cyst and endometriol surgery, laproscopically and was told I would miss one week from work (I am self-employed as a Psychotherapist. and unfortunately never did sign up for short-term disability insurance ) reading the blogs scared me, until I found yours which sounds more like what the doc told me, so,,,I hope for your experience! I am feeling very frightened! Katherine
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