Your catheter experiences are something I can relate to as I suffered the same post-operative problems you had when I went in for gall bladder surgery last year.
Luckily for me the catheter went in first time, oh the relief!
Sit/lie back, relax, and listen to as much music as you can. That's my non-medical advice for the next few days.
PS: 18mm OMG
Thank you for your understanding - I now have a clear plastic tube phobia!
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I read that wrong.
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If this all goes down hill, wee (Freudian Slip) know who to blame!!!
Good story (for those who didn't suffer it!) and get well soon. Test out the bladder with a few well earned beers (or the tipple of your choice) and plenty rest. You deserve it.
Sounds like you will need to chill with some Television!!
I've read the full report, and agonize with it...
all well when end's well...
All the best Cno ! And a fast full recover!
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Pints and Pills.....I like it!!
I've a couple of packets of valium tucked away...so I'll do just that!
Blimey, Cno, I've just read your in-depth story. Have to say my eyes are watering (NOT because of laughter).
Have the docs given you any indication when you'll be back on your feet?
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Well, you know what they say, what don't kill you makes you stronger! I am starting to believe that too!
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I was on my feet an hour after the operation due to the Catheter Conundrum / Bladder Balls-Up!!
The Surgeon has put me off work for three months.
At the moment you could knock me over with a feather!
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