[Magdalen] Updates... thanks for the prayers...
jay.weigel at gmail.com
Mon Oct 28 20:29:25 UTC 2019
Yay for the reversal! Been there and done that all myself. And you are
quite right about the prep, ugh. Nasty indeed. I informed my GI doctor, who
is a delightful gentleman otherwise, that if he even suggested another
scope to me, he might find himself on the receiving end of a baseball bat.
He doesn't think such will be necessary, however, which is a good thing.
You will feel much better later, I'm quite sure.
On Sun, Oct 27, 2019 at 4:00 PM Marion Thompson <marionwhitevale at gmail.com>
> Well done, Sheila. Sometimes fear and worry in anticipation are the worst
> part of the whole business.
> Marion, a pilgrim
> On Sun, Oct 27, 2019 at 3:50 PM Sheila Ketler <debbiedimond52 at gmail.com>
> > Everyone ::
> > Thank you to all who offered prayers and good wishes on my behalf. The
> > for the procedure was truly awful... I felt distinctly unwell after that
> > went on.
> > Had to wait a bit at the hospital my surgeon was doing other procedures
> > that day and had gotten behind (no pun intended with this I was having a
> > colostomy my friend thought it was hilarious when I said he had gotten
> > behind!!)
> > I was awake as they sedated me no anaesthetic was available the guy doing
> > it had to go one floor up to the operating room with an emergency.
> > they gave me did the job I was able to be awake for most of it fell
> > at the end of it... He said everything looks really good and he can go
> > ahead and book me in for a reversal procedure... This will mean another
> > hospital stay another big incision another 3 hour surgery but it will be
> > well worth it...
> > I am relieved that he didn't find anything now I just have to get through
> > this end bit and prepare myself for another surgery..
> > Sheila
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