I had one ovary and tubes removed Wednesday and doing great. It is not that bad. I had a hysterectomy years ago which was worse. The worse was the bowel prep for me. I was totally dehydrated and sick before surgery.I am not on any pain pills. I have an incision by belly button, a bigger one above bikini line and another one on my left side above belly button. I am in my 50s.Don't worry. I am walking around and not in severe pain, just alittle sore. I have read so many posts about everyione being in such pain I just wanted everyone to know that it is not bad for everyone. I had major pain before surgery with my back because of the ovary. It was the size of a grapefruit. It was pushing on all of my organs, I am so much better. Good luck to everyone.
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