D&c yesterday

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abbyrocks2427's picture
Joined: 10/26/06
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D&c yesterday

Hello ladies thanks again for all of you guys support..well I never been under anesthesia so I was a little nervous..DH took the day off and was there by my side right up to the moment they took me off to surgery...the nurses who took care of me were awesome literally I felt they were angels so nice and caring...well at about 1:30 the put the IV in and about 2ish they wheeled me into the room..DH went home and pick up my sister (ginajull13) and then as soon as i remeber i was in the recovery room..everything went fine...i havent started bleeding a lot just some spotting yet some cramping im sure i will start bleeding soon...so far i feel okay i think about still and sometimes catch myself crying but its all in th process....thanks soo much for all your support....:bigarmhug:

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Joined: 08/09/05
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I am so glad they looked after you well and the process was as smooth as it could have been. It's good to hear that you're feeling okay mantally too. It's okay to cry though honey, and you don't have to catch yourself at it. Sometimes when i cry it's unexpected and sometimes it's a completely contrived thing. I force myself not to cry for a while because i just get fed up of feeling that way, but then you need a release and i spend time with my grief and let it out. Dont bottle it up at all.

:bighug:

Joined: 12/01/05
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"uropachild" wrote:

I am so glad they looked after you well and the process was as smooth as it could have been. It's good to hear that you're feeling okay mantally too. It's okay to cry though honey, and you don't have to catch yourself at it. Sometimes when i cry it's unexpected and sometimes it's a completely contrived thing. I force myself not to cry for a while because i just get fed up of feeling that way, but then you need a release and i spend time with my grief and let it out. Dont bottle it up at all.

:bighug:

My DH used to work as a chaplain in hospice, and he came up with the analogy of a rain barrel. You sometimes cry and cry until you are all dried up, then your barrel has to fill back up again. Then, sometimes at an unexpected time, it needs to empty itself again. I feel that way a lot. Sometimes I have it totally "together," and other times I feel like I'm ripping apart from the inside.

I'm glad they took good care of you and you had your DH and sister there to love on you.

mommyx6's picture
Joined: 08/24/07
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I am glad it went ok for you and the nurses were kind.Again I am sorry for your loss.

SparkleMomma's picture
Joined: 04/24/02
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I am glad that you are home & feeling better. Your DH sounds wonderful. I am so sorry for your loss

Diane

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I am glad that everything went well and you had such great care. I catch myself crying unexpectedly too, and only sometimes letting it out, depends on who I want to see me sad (usually no one). Hugs!

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Joined: 01/13/07
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thank goodness that you had a caring staff to take care of you. I hope that you find the peace that you truly deserve. May your physical healing be quick and your emotional healing be complete. I wish you peace.

Shelly