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RE: Back to chat!

Cyndi: Glad to hear your surgery went ok...recovery is always the
toughest part. And it is true that incisions rarely heal the way they
initially look, but it never hurts to ask...Vicodin makes a lot of
people nauseated...you could call and ask your MD if there is something
else they would prescribe. Anyway, glad to hear you are home and

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 --- On Wed 11/30, Cyndi Johnson < gardencatalogs@yahoo.com > wrote:
From: Cyndi Johnson [mailto: gardencatalogs@yahoo.com]
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date: Wed, 30 Nov 2005 17:27:23 -0800 (PST)
Subject: [CHAT] Back to chat!

Hi y'all, happy Wednesday. I survived my surgery and<br>decided to
subscribe again from my yahoo address,<br>since it looks like I'll be
home for a while. I had<br>about convinced myself that the procedure
wouldn't be<br>much of a much and I'd be back at work next week,
but<br>oh no. I have an incision from my brow down the center<br>of my
nose, then it curves across one nostril down to<br>my face. Both my eyes
are black and swollen. They<br>considerately left me slathered with
antibiotic<br>ointment and no bandages so I can see the whole
thing<br>clearly, how nice. One nostril is now way different<br>than the
other, which is fretting me quite a bit (DH<br>says he's sure it won't
heal that way, but you bet I'm<br>going to talk about it at my follow-up
appointment<br>tomorrow). I don't think they actually tested
the<br>chunk they took out either, based on some conversation<br>I heard
in the recovery room. And the icing is that<br>Vicodin makes me
nauseated (or is it

nauseous?). All<br>in all I have to say I'm really not having a
good<br>time. But no doubt things will get better in a couple<br>days,
the pain is already lessening a little even<br>though it looks worse.
<br>Now that I'm done whining, congrats to Island Jim on<br>Bashful,
kitty #2! Looks like everyone had a pretty<br>good holiday and hopefully
you are not getting too<br>much bad weather (except hoping Pam gets lots
of<br>rain). It's pretty nice weather here today but weird;<br>we'll
have a day of warmth and sun then one of cold<br>50mph winds, then back
to sun. The only gardening I'm<br>doing is planning what cuttings I will
give my nephew<br>next spring for his new house. <br>Andrea, do you
practice yoga or Pilates? I noticed<br>many of the exercises they
prescribe for bad backs are<br>also yoga poses and also used in Pilates
classes. If<br>you can find a free class nearby, it's a
nice<br>incentive to work out, exercising at home alone is<br>boring.

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