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Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by MOO, Jul 4, 2008.

  1. MOO

    MOO Keyboard Hero

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    You probably haven't notice but i havent been on this week, I went into hospital for a 15 minute on the table keyhole op and they woke me nearly 6 hours later to say there had been complications and they were keeping me in. I had to have a needle put through my belly button initially, but the surgeon who was about 106 stabbed it straight through a blood vessel and there was so much blood loss he had to convert to open surgery. The result is I now have a five inch scar from the centre of my belly button right down through my lower tummy. It hurts lik F***, I can't sit or walk very comfortably but I can lay, although only on my back so that hurts too now. The good old NHS took me off a morphine drip and sent me home with a packet of paracetamol which are Censored. I can't do anything for 2 weeks, I can't bend or lift for 4 weeks. I know some of you on here have been through much worse than I ever will but it's just a shock when I was expecting to be in and out in 3 hours with no scar and straight back to work. I've never been in hospital to stay before.

    Thanks a heap to Steve, who has been there always for me and done everything for me, I love you heaps.

    Please come back A1, your humour will aid my recovery lots.

    Hope to talk to you all soon.

    Tina
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    take care moo,
    can you not put in for compo for the botch up?
     
  3. MOO

    MOO Keyboard Hero

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    You have to sign a disclaimer that says one in 800 goes wrong, when I came round he told me i was number 800. :(
     
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    that's bad that is Moo, what a cop out:(.....hope you are feeling better soon, bab;)........go on the game's it will help pass the time away....you can pinch mine:D
     
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    Thanks Andy, I had a look at games this morning, i can't concentrate very well at the moment, you are safe for a day or two anyway, once i'm less sore I will get back on em :moo:
     
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    if l lived by you l'd come and look after you, Pat my wife, said she hope's you are feeling better soon, shes been reading the forum, a lot lately, she likes you a lot, she also said, that smiley is spot on for you:D:D:D
     
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    Thanks Andy and Pat, Steve has been an angel, doing my shopping, my washing everything, he bought me flowers and has been great, I know he's worried sick about me but I keep telling him I will be fine in no time, 6 weeks down the line I will be back to normal, he's just knows i must feel bad to let him go out on the lash without me last night :moo:
     
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    Ive said it before and l will say it again, hes a good bloke, you make a good pair;).......Pat also loves his wittiness, lve got to go out tonight, its me mate stag do, l don't feel up to it, but he said lve got to come, cos lm a good loff, hes been with his misses for 15 year, there finally getting wed:)
     
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    Hope you have a good time and enjoy it :):up:
     
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    At least you can hide your scar Moo, :up: i had an op on the side of my face to remove a small tumor.
    The surgeon said it will only be a little scar less than an inch just under your ear lobe.:)
    Yer right, the butcher cut me from the top front of my ear down my face onto my neck. :mad:
    When i came round it felt like someone was hitting me with a sledge hammer.
    Was only supposed to be in hospital 1 day but spent a week there and another 2 months recovering.
    That was 20 years ago and i still have a slight numbness in my cheek as the nerves were cut in the op. :(
     
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    Sorry to hear about that Moo, hope you feel better soon! :up:
     
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    Yes you are right Andy, i'm a big old bird so I dont wear bikinis, if i did it would look bloody awful but as it it now no one but Steve will ever see it.

    Thanks Cog and to all of you for your good wishes, I know i'm a wooss but it really hurts at the moment, will be on the mend very soon :up:
     
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    I hate even thinking about operations you're braver than most ... :)
     
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    Had a good start to the day today, one of my cats jumped straight onto my stitches in my belly button and made them bleed at half 5 this morning and the other has just thrown up all over my bed. I am now waiting for Steve to return from Tesco with my shopping, feed my cats and change my bedlinen. That said this is the first day I feel a little less sore.
     
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    Ouch! and yuk! Hope u both feel better soon!
     
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    Sorry you were the one that had to have the complications MOO. Make the most of your recovery though and take plenty of pain killers, there's nothing worse than pain for wearing you down. I did hear someone talking about a type of weed that helps take pain away, only trouble is they didn't say which actual weed it was.
     
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    Ive got a few weeds in my garden Buzz, do you think they will work. :D
     
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    That depends Andy..I got the impression it's quite a specific weed, but maybe you do have some in your garden...who knows!!
     
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    Well if it's dandelions i can help, i have no use for them. :)
     
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    Hospital gave me paracetamol, may as well have given me smarties. Steve has stocked me up with ibuprofen, i'm finding it a little more effective. I'm definately a bit less sore today, got another couple of weeks off work so I will be lazy and rest it well. I appreciate it's very minor compared to what some of you have been through and i'm just a woossy girl. I've never had an op before, it's a bit scary. I would show you my scar, I have pictures but it's not really where you would want to look to be honest. I'll be right as rain in no time :moo:
     

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