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  • #51483
    treeza
    Member

    Kim is doing well. Has the dreaded wind pain but having regular pain relief & walking around. Has managed to eat a little. She’s hoping to go home tomorrow. So happy fir you Kim :0)x

    #51601
    audrasharon
    Member
    treeza wrote:
    Kim is doing well. Has the dreaded wind pain but having regular pain relief & walking around. Has managed to eat a little. She’s hoping to go home tomorrow. So happy fir you Kim :0)x

    That’s fantastic news!

    #51484
    treeza
    Member

    It will soon be your turn audrasharon! So excited for you all x

    #51602
    audrasharon
    Member
    treeza wrote:
    It will soon be your turn audrasharon! So excited for you all x

    Yeah, it’s funny Kimberley was going to follow my lead. Now I’m following hers. X

    #51485
    treeza
    Member

    Aww bless you. The time will go by quick. When do you start you milk diet? Is your chest all better now? X

    #51603
    audrasharon
    Member
    treeza wrote:
    Aww bless you. The time will go by quick. When do you start you milk diet? Is your chest all better now? X

    Going to restart on Wednesday. Bit better, definitely viral so chest should be clear now. Fingers crossed. X

    #51238
    Lauren
    Keymaster

    @audrasharon 30088 wrote:

    Going to restart on Wednesday. Bit better, definitely viral so chest should be clear now. Fingers crossed. X

    So glad to hear you are a bit better and are ready to start again.

    I’ve just had a chest infection and pneumonia so I know how awful you must have felt. Just keep trying – it is all any of us can do 😉

    Doodah x

    ps I keep trying to grow two inches taller but even though I know it isn’t going to happen – I keep trying haha! Thank goodness for platform wedges is all I can say!

    #51368
    Kimberly
    Participant

    Hi Audra I m thing about you and it won’t be long now. . So hope I can reassure you I survived and amazingly discharged from ITU today . Shaw Somers is a lovely kind highly skilled surgeon what an amazing man . It’s amazing that with my medical history that he operated on me on Tuesday at 1400 and by Thursday at 1400 I’m being discharged . I stayed on ITU as the ward was too busy .on Wednesday morning I was up walking and having a shower. Found out I’m too sensitive to opiates but paracetmol worked . Wind hurt but found doing mini 30 knee bends (squats ) then going on all fours with bottom higher than head and gently rocking . And hey presto out it came . Might not work for any one else.
    Home and tired but lovely to be in my own bed . I’m glad I prepared some frozen meals for my self . It gives me time to think and heal. I am very thirsty .

    #51557
    chunkyem
    Member

    Can’t believe you have recovered so fast. Its brilliant!!!! Another loser on way x

    #51604
    audrasharon
    Member
    Kimberly wrote:
    Hi Audra I m thing about you and it won’t be long now. . So hope I can reassure you I survived and amazingly discharged from ITU today . Shaw Somers is a lovely kind highly skilled surgeon what an amazing man . It’s amazing that with my medical history that he operated on me on Tuesday at 1400 and by Thursday at 1400 I’m being discharged . I stayed on ITU as the ward was too busy .on Wednesday morning I was up walking and having a shower. Found out I’m too sensitive to opiates but paracetmol worked . Wind hurt but found doing mini 30 knee bends (squats ) then going on all fours with bottom higher than head and gently rocking . And hey presto out it came . Might not work for any one else.
    Home and tired but lovely to be in my own bed . I’m glad I prepared some frozen meals for my self . It gives me time to think and heal. I am very thirsty .

    You are amazing Kimberly. Definitely given me confidence to follow your lead. Got the wind remove technique locked in brain and as I said I will use it! My meals are still in freezer so all set. Think how much better your be feeling by the time it’s my turn! X

    #51239
    Lauren
    Keymaster

    @Kimberly 30102 wrote:

    Hi Audra I m thing about you and it won’t be long now. . So hope I can reassure you I survived and amazingly discharged from ITU today . Shaw Somers is a lovely kind highly skilled surgeon what an amazing man . It’s amazing that with my medical history that he operated on me on Tuesday at 1400 and by Thursday at 1400 I’m being discharged . I stayed on ITU as the ward was too busy .on Wednesday morning I was up walking and having a shower. Found out I’m too sensitive to opiates but paracetmol worked . Wind hurt but found doing mini 30 knee bends (squats ) then going on all fours with bottom higher than head and gently rocking . And hey presto out it came . Might not work for any one else.
    Home and tired but lovely to be in my own bed . I’m glad I prepared some frozen meals for my self . It gives me time to think and heal. I am very thirsty .

    Thank you SO MUCH for posting this Kim. We have all been thinking about you!

    Shaw Somers is a miracle worker isn’t he? He saved my life, of that there is no question.

    Your squats are the perfect way to get wind out in the open! I do believe they teach you that in yoga classes! They must be very windy affairs lol!

    Plenty of rest, gentle movement and water is the best medicine you could give yourself. I’m very, very happy for you. I truly am. Yours has already been a difficult journey to even get to this point. Your tenacity and drive is utterly inspirational to me – and many more I should imagine. keep in touch my lovely 😉

    Doodah x

    #51369
    Kimberly
    Participant

    No thank you all I could only do it with all your support . It’s funny my taste has changed don’t like drinks as sweet as I use to . And I love ice cold milk ha ha x

    #51240
    Lauren
    Keymaster

    It’s incredible how quickly that happens isn’t it? Quite a few of us have said that we craved really savoury full-flavoured things very quickly after wls. Maybe it’s because the milk diet is quite bland? Who knows?! I’m surprised you still like milk though! I couldn’t face it for weeks. and I have not touched another sugar free jelly in 5.5 years haha!

    Hope things are still tickety boo with you Kim 😉

    Doodah x

    #51370
    Kimberly
    Participant

    A good day I went for a little walk to the corner shop and back slow pace waddling but did it , so proud of my self . The nurse specialist was pleased as well. I know it’s early days so I see how I am tomorrow is I’m tired I stay wrapped up on the sofa . Or I waddle up for a paper.

    #51605
    audrasharon
    Member
    Kimberly wrote:
    A good day I went for a little walk to the corner shop and back slow pace waddling but did it , so proud of my self . The nurse specialist was pleased as well. I know it’s early days so I see how I am tomorrow is I’m tired I stay wrapped up on the sofa . Or I waddle up for a paper.

    Well done Kimberley,little and often with lots of rest I between perfect! Glad your feeling better. Has the experience be as you thought it would so far?

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