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Old 01-04-2019, 06:40 PM
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Hope all is well, dazzle those nurses with a little Bullwinkle talk.
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Thanks for the support. All went well. I watched a video of the procedure before the surgery. That Da Vinci Surgical System is fascinating. I have four holes in my abdomen where the machine was attached. He found multiple hernias and used a 17cm piece of mesh. A lot of pain, especially at first. To add to the discomfort, constipation makes things twice as frustrating. But, I'm healing. Thanks again!

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Good and glad to hear all went well.
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Glad you are doing well Bull. want be long until your up and around.
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BTDT piece of cake, was shoveling snow 5 days later.
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Don't tell my surgeon!
Okay, I just pushed a little snow to get off the deck. I didn't over do it. It's only been 6 days since surgery.

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Don't tell my surgeon!
Okay, I just pushed a little snow to get off the deck. I didn't over do it. It's only been 6 days since surgery.

Hell, I didn't listen to my doctor after laparoscopic surgery last year. I was not to be lifting more than 20lbs for 6 weeks and no driving for two weeks. I drove the day after surgery and I lifted well more than 20lbs several times. . I just did that nice and easy! All is well!

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Hell, I didn't listen to my doctor after laparoscopic surgery last year. I was not to be lifting more than 20lbs for 6 weeks and no driving for two weeks. I drove the day after surgery and I lifted well more than 20lbs several times. . I just did that nice and easy! All is well!

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Well, glad you didn't have any problems, but I'm not taking any chances. This is the third abdominal surgery I've had plus I had a total hip and total knee replacement on the same leg six weeks apart. I'm hoping to avoid surgery now!
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