Post Surgery Update

Thank you for all your support and I will try my best to reply to each and every one of you in the coming days as it is still hard to see things.

Happy Puzzling!

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26 thoughts on “Post Surgery Update”

  1. Wishing you the best recovery. I wonder if I’m the oldest PAD player – 59. I’m not great but love the game and go to your very detailed posts. Sincerely hope you get well soon – no need to reply xxx

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  2. Wishing you the best recovery. I wonder if I’m the oldest PAD player – 59. I’m not great but love the game and go to your very detailed posts. Sincerely hope you get well soon – no need to reply xxx

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  3. I understand what you are going through as I underwent major eye surgery when I was 19 (retinal detachment on my left eye). You probably went to same eye care centre as I did on broadway and willow, I bet. Anyways, the first few weeks of recovery will be the most crucial as that’s when the eye’s the most fragile. I know what it’s like to always feel a pain sensation in the eye and having to take drops like every 2-3 hours. The last thing you want is to strain the eye and cause the eye pressure to go up.

    I just hope you have smooth recovery.

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  4. I understand what you are going through as I underwent major eye surgery when I was 19 (retinal detachment on my left eye). You probably went to same eye care centre as I did on broadway and willow, I bet. Anyways, the first few weeks of recovery will be the most crucial as that’s when the eye’s the most fragile. I know what it’s like to always feel a pain sensation in the eye and having to take drops like every 2-3 hours. The last thing you want is to strain the eye and cause the eye pressure to go up.

    I hope you have a smooth recovery.

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    1. Yeah I was at the same place! It’s such a big complex!

      I guess thankfully for me my surgery didnt go fully through so my recovery will be much faster. I am regaining most of my vision, just blurriness and sensitivity to light atm. I feel in a few days I should be more “norma”

      Thanks again for your kind words!

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  5. I had surgery for appendicitis two or three years ago and I must agree hahaha, anesthesia is like the best sleep I’ve ever had but after waking up and being more alert…everything hurt so bad! It only took me 10 minutes before I was holding a coherent (if simple) conversation but half an hour after I woke up, I have a memory blank of about an hour! I got really mad at my now-fiance for never visiting me when turns out he called me during that hour to apologize for bring out of state (he was at a tournament of some sort).

    Then I had my wisdom teeth out recently and gosh my mouth was so painful right afterwards. But I slept so good. My first question when I woke up was “when are you going to do the surgery…?”

    I’m so glad to hear things are doing well thus far. I hope and pray for a swift recovery and an eye that’s cancer free!

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    1. Thank you foxwaffles for your kind words and continued support ❤

      General anesthesia is most certainly a unique experience. I believe I was coherent after waking up, but I had no one to tell me otherwise XD

      Hopefully things turn out better in 6 weeks =D

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  6. Hang in there, PAD-pal!! Don’t rush the eye strain … the words and the orbs will wait. 🙂 Praying health and full recovery for you!

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  7. So glad to hear that everything went well. You’re rockin’ those shades.

    I didn’t get a chance to reply to your last post, so I wanted to say here – thank you for everything you do for the PAD community. I am very sorry to hear about all the trials that you’ve been handed. I’m glad that the eye surgery went well and I hope that you are able to find some relief from your chronic pain.

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  8. Hope you make a quick recovery. I’ve really enjoyed following the blog since discovering it last year and also your streams (first thing I’ve ever watched on Twitch). Definitely made me better at PAD. I hope my tiny contribution helps you get back to 100% swiftly.

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