Tomorrow I am having surgery to remove a hernia from my stomach. If I do no removed it now, i'll end up in extreme emergency surgery before Christmas. It's the size of a lemon right now. Wonderful I know. And above my uterus, so it's quite painful!
I'm going to be sedated (sp) instead of being put under. So the least amount of risk to little Dolcie girl. There is a tiny small chance of going into labor tomorrow, but The doctor said he is having all my ob/gyn and all the other best doctors in the OR tomorrow!
I had this surgery done a few years ago... I have permenant internal stiches and my hernias are now popping up again from being pregnant. It is painful for sure... but I won't need them repaired until after I give birth. I wish you the best for tomorrow.
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