Re: I'm back ;-)) but the messages won't get through... DOH !! LOL

From: Suze (
Mon Feb 19 01:04:55 2001

Hi Trace!! Pleased your op is over with and you are back home. It does seem we went out in sympathy with each other I got put into hospital to help with the vomiting and then on the monday morning my surgeon walks in and says we need to bite the bullet and head on in. He found that stitches he put in in the last op in Aug had caught hold of a nerve which was giving some problems. I am still not doing great having lots of trouble with pain and vomiting I am fighting to keep out of hospital. the up side to it was to get to meet Nik and Trace *Smile* was great to catch up with them and they are welcome back any time. let us know and we will put the cappunchino machine on.....LOL Take care everyone!!

niko wrote:

> Hello everybody ;-)) Well, where to start. I think I will start by
> saying thankyou to all of your wishes and support through my
> problems.I sometimes wondered how I would cope without the knowledge I
> drew from here. I was operated on Monday and all went well. I had only
> three bands of adhesions, and some Endometriosis. Very surprising for
> myself and my surgeon. Surprising because the Endometriosis hasn't
> been prevelant for quite some time, and the pain was alot worse than
> when I had cobwebbing and Endo throughout... go figure. But counting
> it as a blessing nonetheless. The surgeon and myself did expect alot
> worse. I have a real burn deep in my groin, which my surgeon thinks is
> an operation pain. I am a little concerned but will wait it out, and
> hopefully it will correct itself. It is the only thing causing me
> grief. I also asked for a testosterone implant while he was there,
> just for a boost. And it is working already. I feel on top of the
> world inside, truly alive again, after so long. I doubt I will get the
> downer I usually get as I am still taking my "Evista" as well. So
> maybe it will also last a full six months too. The road trip to
> Brisbane, did take it's toll, don't recommend such a travel to anyone
> after surgery, and really really really happy to be home LOL I did
> however make some stops to meet my pain pals for the first time. Wow,
> what an amazing experience. Robyne was a mine full of information, and
> such a lovely person. I could have talked to her all day if given the
> chance. Such a shame we all don't live a little closer. That woman has
> been to hell and back, and remains strong. I don't know how she does
> it. My admiration and love goes to you Robyne. You give me strength
> and respect. Her gorgeous sausage dogs were adorable too teehee. Nik
> and I stayed with Suze and Gary on our way home, and we already can't
> wait to get back to see them again. Suze was operated on Monday as
> well. I think we both went in sympathy of each other ;-)) I was sure
> glad that she came home the day we arrived. It all worked out
> perfectly. However, we were both not feeling 100%. Suze's problems of
> course, as is Robyne's are far more extensive than my own. But we are
> still all dealing with ARD, and sure is nice to have friends like
> these, that totally understand the plight and the frustration.
> Thankyou so much Suze and Gary for your superb hospitality and
> matching company. You guys are just it and a bit. I am blessed to have
> a wonderful supportive partner who even tried my "Bowel Prep"(
> hahahahahaha, oh the story to that is hysterical ) to know how bad I
> was feeling. Sorry Helen G. for not ringing you yet, but I'm really
> confused with the time difference?? Maybe you could send me an icq
> message and I will give YOU a call ! So, that's my update, thanks
> Janet for your lovely words ;-)) I did read them, and tried to catch
> up with all that is going on. Talk to you all soonLots of LoveTrace
> xo

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