About Me: Female, 32, Mesa, AZ, member since Jul 2009
I originally came to MedHelp following 2 surgeries... One easy one that should have had NO complications, and the second one to fix the problems from the first (internal bleeding)... Oh what fun. Well, now I am here for advice and guidance with some substance abuse prob
[More]lems... because I have nowhere else to turn, and nobody to support me. The substance abuse all began with these surgeries, and has progressed quite rapidly... and I need to be surrounded by people who understand what I am going through at this point in my life.
Hi, thanks for your note. Today is day 1 for me and I just wanted to know what do i have to look forward to and how long will i be in discomfort? thanks again. Congratulationson day 4 for you! How do you feel? So far whhich day has been your worst? How are you doin today? ttyl
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