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No swaddling or gentle wake-up this go round! Oh, no, my arms were strapped to boards to keep them out of the way and the pain, oh the pain, that assailed me like a visible force before I even dared open my eyes iphone cannot download images. Seriously, the only thing I could thing was to crawl away from the pain. Only that made it worse.

Now the pain wasn’t from my mid-section, no no herunterladen. The pain was from my right shoulder. Did you know there’s a nerve that runs from your diaphragm to your shoulder? I can tell you _exactly_ where it ends up games for free without registration. It hurt so bad I was half-convinced someone had pulled my arm out of socket moving me from the OR table back to a gurney or something. Turns out it was from the gas they use to inflate the abdomen during laproscopic surgery, it can irritate the diaphram in some patients lg waschmaschine programmeen.

And, yes, I was expected–while in gobs of pain, mind you–to move MYSELF from the gurney to my hospital bed shortly after waking up pushtan desktop. I really thought they’d lost their ever-lovin’ minds on that one. The nurse did say they could move me but that it would hurt more (like it was possible) than if I did it myself herunterladen von bildern aus dem internet.

If you’re wondering why I was put into a room rather than discharged, I should explain. Yes, gall bladder removal is generally done on an out-patient basis but two things made us opt for what they call a 23-hour hold herunterladen.

  1. The carcinoid syndrome brings with it a higher than normal chance that I will react negatively to anesthesia (which I did: they had to stabilize me during surgery because my BP went wonky early on; one of two little snags during the procedure) chrome downloaden voor windows 10 64 bits.
  2. I was also having a liver biopsy while they were in there, to check on some things noted in previous scan results, and there have been cases of folks having a liver biopsy, going home and…just dying herunterladen. (I swear that’s how my surgeon described it to me!) So a night of monitoring was in order, one way or another.