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Nanaof10
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Right Robotic Partial. Ready for it to be over. Any words of wisdom?

Cybball
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Joined: Nov 2017

No real words of wisdom, as my surgery is Friday, but wishing you well.  We will share this week as a new stepping stone to recovery and healing and hopefully a cure.  I'll say some prayers for you.

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icemantoo
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You guys should be ready to enjoy the superbowl with somene else doing the catering.

 

Icemantoo

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Nanaof10
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Best of luck to you as well. Prayers!!

icemantoo..lol Won't be watching :) Will be a very quiet day at our house.

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stub1969
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Put your trust in your surgical team and feel confident that they will take care of you.  Other than that--wishing you only the best.  Update us when you can.

Stub

Wehavenotimeatall
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Joined: Aug 2017

This time next week you will be home and on your way

you wont have any major problems just  strap yourself in and focus on the  other side

good luck 

annie

 

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ImNotDeadYet
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You'll have service at your beck and call with the press of a button. Once you're over the anesthesia, you'll be able to order room service, and assuming you have insurance, they'll pay for it. And also too, the pain meds!!!

All kidding aside, I hope everything goes well and you're feeling like yourself again soon. Be kind to yourself during recovery, and listen to your body. Healing takes time, both physically and mentally.

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daisybud
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For a fast recovery! Sending prayers your way

Kim

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adman
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Just breathe and know the Good Lord is good & compassionate. 

You will do great!! 

A day at a time. 

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AnnissaP
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I wish u all the best! Allow people to help and be kind to yourself. 

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Steve.Adam
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No advice. You'll be the expert soon. All the best.

Steve.

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APny
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Will be thinking of you! All the very best and wishing you a boring, uneventful surgery and recovery. My only words of wisdom are to get up and walk as soon as they want you to. It'll help in recovery and also to relieve the gas that may be trapped from the surgery.

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kiwi68
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Remember to take it easy, slowly, keep moving, breathing, eating and in a week you will be home, 2 weeks up and about, 1 month not too bad and by 2 months everything will seem quite normal.    Thoughts are with you. 

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Canadian Sandy
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Thinking of you and hope you recover quickly. 

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Cinnamongirl
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Wishing you both a speedy recovery! Best of luck to you both!

siloman
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Joined: Jan 2018

wishing you the best nanaof10...speedy recovery and enjoy your down time

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