I just read my last post, and I realize it sounded kind of "odiferous?" Anyway, what I meant was, I was glad to be home and not driving. The gas problem was that it WOULDN'T pass. I know you've all talked about the "waking up" process, but he was so uncomfortable that we all lost our tempers.
Much better today. And he had left-over sushi, so his appetite is starting to get better. And no, I didn't get to the fried cabbage, altho he did ask for home-made burritos on Monday night, and that might have contributed.
I just make sure he has lots of fruit. And my sister suggested that he sleep on his left side, to keep things moving.
Stephany in Iowa (drying a batch of cherry tomatoes.....I'll never be able to eat all that I ended up with)
Glad the path report discussion went well and your husband is feeling more himself.Its normal to sleep more after surgery the GA takes a while to work its way out of the system.I was very short tempered and I cant imagine any one not being I was sore uncomfortable and very frightened so always teetering on the edge of either a tantrum or tears.
He will feel better and things will improve I hope that his recovery continues to go well and the chemo is not too awful.
Dont forget to take care of yourself.
Love Claire x
Wonderful to hear this went so well. Good luck with everything. This is such a frightening time for you, but it sounds as if you both are handling it very well. I read a quote today - Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it - -this is so true.