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Procedure is done

Sep 01, 2017 8:40 PM

They gave me 2mg xanax, 2 Percocet 7.5, 800mg Motrin, and zofran for nausea. I was very much sedated till they got me on the table and I felt everything. He even numbed me down there too but nope it didn't keep me feeling the pain. It was major cramping and pressure that I felt the whole time. My mom was my driver and as soon as I got home I took some more pain medication and then passed out. I just woke up to get me something to eat but the grogginess is starting to we're of some and I'm still cramping so I had to take some more pain medicine. Thank you for all the advice from my post yesterday and all the prayers! You guys rock and hugs to everyoneπŸ’œπŸ’œ

Sep 01, 2017 8:55 PM

I'm glad it's done, but I'm sorry you felt everything! That must have been awful. I am thinking of you πŸ’• I hope the pain doesn't last too long ❀️

Sep 02, 2017 8:54 AM

@LittleLola it was like having a baby. And when I looked up the procedure, every last one said I will be sedated through an IV. The xanax and the percocet had me sleep but I woke up as soon as he started with numbing me down there. Ugh it was just to much. Thank you for checking on me. Hugs πŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œ

Sep 02, 2017 8:55 AM

Woohoo! Glad that is over. Heating pad on abdomen will help with cramps. πŸ€—

Sep 02, 2017 9:27 AM

Painlady did you have a hysterectomy?

Sep 02, 2017 9:35 AM

@Frustrated, oh no they would definitely had to put me under for a hysterectomy. I had a procedure called hysteroscopy with ablation. Which is he takes a scope go up into the uterus and looks around. And if he sees anything that's where the ablation comes in which helps remove stuff. I know he did scraping and I know he did biopsies. But that all I remember him saying, I go back in 2 weeks to see what the results are. And I know the ablation is a procedure that will help me from having heavy periods if any at all. Thanks LAT, I trying to get rest mostly but with pain it's hard to do.

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