cathy123 wrote:So the big day is almost here and I am getting nervous. I have read to try to walk as soon as I can, and chew gum and am taking cimetidine. Any other advice for me going in? Also is there anything helpful to have with me at the hospital other than books, ipod etc to keep me occupied. The surgeon said I will be in for 4 days or so, but I keep reading about peopke in for over a week. My only hospital stays before were for my c sections and although the reason was good I really hated being in there.
I could use some prayers, chickens, positive thoughts (whatever you got ) that the surgery goes according to plan and they get all the cancer out and I don't end up with a permanent bag. Thanks!
DarknessEmbraced wrote: I found a robe and slippers very helpful while in the hospital because they helped me feel more comfortable walking around the ward. !
MamaN wrote:Good luck with your surgery. I found chap stick helpful too. And yes walk , walk , walk that's all they want you to do. I also never seen people so happy that you pass gas ! Here is to a speedy recovery.
there is a thread some where about the whole swinging chickens thing, somewhere . It explains everything butt I can't remember it so good!
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