ok so im haveing a hysterectomie tomorrow i dont whant to be put to sleep im so afrad ill diy and ive got a little baby 3 months my fibirod is 10 cm please help me to get thrue this im sorry my spelling *****
Removal of the uterus for a fibroid uterus is not a very complicated surgery. So you can rest assured and expect a good outcome. Type of anaesthesia can be chosen as regional anaesthesia if you are afraid of general anaesthesia. Discuss with your Doctor and he will be able to relieve your fears. Hope this helps.
Take care and good luck.
I think this is because of your over possessive nature about your baby and your life as you do not want to loose anything this fear is there in your mind. try to do some meditation and think that no one can take anything from you, all you need to do your regular work without thinking about anything.
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