Here is my usual pop on cry for help which is selfish I know, as I am not on here helping others
My hysterectomy is tomrrow and I am scared and only 33 not ready to give up my womb
I am mega busy with 2 kids and working as a community development manager for Camelia Botnar Children's centre, as well as having bad fibro on hourly morphine, so finding the time to come on here is hard, so please forgive me and send a little tlc my way? i always feel better after my random rants on here
I dont know what i amscared of having had 2 c sections and always in pain, but am scared
I am usually positive but feel really negative about this like something is going to go wrong and my babies will losemore of their mummy than they have
I know its silly and its even being donw privately by the nhs as they cancelled me 6/7 x since Sept so i know i will get the best treatment possible!
Its tomrrow afternoin, and apparantly i come home Wednesdag 10am and cant get my head round that as thet are going back through my c secrion scars! its too soonand is really bothering me
positive note i am going to wean off my hourly morphine patches whilst recovering as hoping this is my new lease of life fingers crossed :)?
Please excuse spelling as typing quick on my phone and missing the letters lol
Thankyou for your selfless support, it really is apreciated x
Hi, I can relate to you here I had a total hysterectomy at 35 I had one child and they went through my c section.. I had mine because of endometriosis and I can honestly say its the best op I ever had ... Plenty of pain relief, because of my fibro which causes more pain after ops.... in my case they kept me in for 5 days with plenty of pain relief while other people went home much sooner, they didnt plan to keep me in that long but they realised i needed longer to recover so don't worry about them chucking you out early...if you are in pain they will keep you in and make sure you are ok. Yes it was hard when I got home not being able to pick up my young son but we had plenty of cuddles... I was put on low dose hrt a few weeks after due to having everything removed and felt and still feel the same as I did with everything there except the extra pain has gone....
It's natural to be worried but if it goes well which I am sure it will then there is nothing to worry about
Good luck and when you are back home and feeling better pop in and let us know how you feel
Awwww thank you! i am having womb only as have acute adenoymyosis, ovaries and cervix apparantly look ok via scan fingers crossed. my kids are 1 and 5 so i too will struggle !
i am just not ready to lose what my kids grew in and were so osw to me in , but have no choice and my periods kill me
I amlooking forward to feeling better i really am but itsbefore that that scares me
Thankyou for being so lovely xxx