I've been told many different things by several people about the recovery time for this surgery and what to expect. My doctor has told me 2 weeks of no driving. Can I work from home? Everyone seems to think this is a nothing surgery however my doctor doesn't think it is. When can I work out again? I'm having the surgery in 2 weeks. Any suggestions or comments to help me would be greatly appreciated.
I had a complete hysterectomy (abdominal). it took me at least6 months to a year to heal to the point where I can exercise. this is a serious surgery. you r probably not going to want to work for about 3 weeks. you just need to rest b cause you will probably be real sore. I know the feeling b cause I dont like to sit still myself. but anyway be blessed n keep me posted on how your recovery go.
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