What Hysterectomy? (graphic pic)

That’s kinda how I’ve felt the last few days.  I’ve been going about most of my normal life, just a little less active with my son, and with only a bit of pelvic pressure (if you’ve been pregnant, then it’s pretty similar to the point when the baby drops, and you realize you have something sitting on your pelvis just inching its way out).  I have definitely had to pee more frequently.  And, if I get up and down a lot within a short time span, I do notice more of a pulling sensation.  My bellybutton is still one gross scab.

Scabby belly button five days after laparoscopic hysterectomy

Scabby belly button five days after laparoscopic hysterectomy

So, like my mother-in-law says, “hurry up and wait.”  That’s how I feel  about the surgical menopause symptoms that I’m dreading – I’m just waiting for the ice to crack, the other shoe to fall, the abyss to take me in.  But otherwise, I feel pretty normal.

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