Just a quick note to say hi!
Hello, i read your post and thought it was very helpful. I'll be having a lapratomy done next week to remove cyst from my ovaries..Was wondering how long is the recovery time. And should i have someone with me 24 hours. And for how long. Thanks.
Just a quick note to say hi! \just read your post about your surgical experience. I had 2 Csections and then had a hysterectomy 12 years ago and it went well. I now have a large ovarian tumor (18x10x8cm) and will have surgery to remove it and my ovaries. I am told it will be an incision from my pelvic bone up to above my belly button, which is high up as the growth is so big. I am very concerned about pain management and dealing with being able to get up quickly and looking after myself. I would be grateful for any advice you can give. you can email me at ***@**** Many thanks. Gill
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