Keep safe, and may things be somewhat less maddening than usual!
At least you get good drugs for the procedure. After mine, I was basically back to "normal" in about 4 hrs.
Had one in November. The timing of my crappy time inducing meds had me worried I would still be crapping on the way in the morning. Luckily everything passed without incident.
"back to normal"
I recall having a post-op drain tube removed. It was the second one so I knew what to expect. After the injection took effect I was hassling the nursing staff to get on with it. They assured me the pain-killing effect would last for hours. I replied, yes, but feeling that I don't care what you do to me won't!
All the best Bob. Medical science *is* wonderful!
I'm grateful (though less than I should be) that others have devised such potentially life-saving measures. As Epictetus said, "Don't go to the public baths, but expect not to be splashed." Good luck with it, and feel better soon.
Thank-you all for the well wishes. It went ok with some "interesting" challenges. See latest profile post.
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