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riajaya

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Thursday, May 31st 2007, 11:48am

** OVARIAN DRILLING QUESTIONS & CHAT **

Had a call from hospital offering me a cancellation appointment to go next Thursday for ovarian drilling. I'm scared as heck but figured best get it over and done with.

Anyway I was just wondering how long it takes to recover from this and get around normally? The reason I ask is that I have tickets to go see George Michael on the sunday eve so now I'm worried I wont be up to it (have my priorities in order :D)

Ria x



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Thursday, May 31st 2007, 12:04pm

hi

I had ovarian drilling in november and was in hospital a week but i had open surgery

if you are having a lap then recovery is alot quicker you will be a bit sore

hope all goes well

take care lovezoexxxx
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Thursday, May 31st 2007, 12:08pm

Ovarian drilling

Thanks Zoe

Fortunately they are using the laparoscopy method.



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Thursday, May 31st 2007, 7:46pm

Hi, M
I was able to get around on my own (as in out and about) after 2 days. If you are seated for the concert you will probably be fine, but if you are standing room then I think you may have trouble - you may not notice any discomfort during the show as you will be distracted, but you will certainly be sore after. Either way, make sure you take some painkillers before you go and have some with you that you can take if you need them.


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Monday, June 4th 2007, 6:12pm

Hi Ria - I had it done in nov last year and i was able to waddle around the next day! but Rene's totally right. Take Care and have fun! :)
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