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I've had two major surgeries and, for me, the first two days after getting
home were the worst. I was feeling alright but in some pain after two
weeks. Minimizing stress really helped me. Last year (March 2007) I spent
a lot of time on forums after surgery to help keep myself distracted and
occupied so that I wouldn't think about pain or discomfort. I also sat out
by the pool a lot and tried not look at the huge bruise and swelling that
wrapped around one side of my abdomen and waist. After both surgeries, I
felt better than I had in years, but the first time, it took longer (2
months) to feel good than the second time.
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> Subject: Dori's back (almost)
> Just the quickest of notes to let my friends know that the
> surgery went pretty well despite some complications. They
> aren't fooling about a six to eight-week recovery, but
> already I can tell that the previous problems are gone or
> nearly so, and I'm feeling better day by day.
> I expect to be able to spend more time on the 'net later this week.
> Dori Green
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