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Re: Seeing the surgeon
« Reply #30 on: October 05, 2011, 09:28:22 am »
Prayers and best wishes back atcha!  Just got off the phone with the surgery nurse, she sounds hot and has a wonderfull sense of humor.  I'm gonna have me some fun ;D

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Re: Seeing the surgeon
« Reply #31 on: October 05, 2011, 11:28:03 am »
Prayers and best wishes back atcha!  Just got off the phone with the surgery nurse, she sounds hot and has a wonderfull sense of humor.  I'm gonna have me some fun ;D

Regaining consiousness after surgery with a hot nurse around is a bad combo.  Especially if your wife and parents are in the recovery room with you.  Don't ask me how I know...... ;D

I don't remember hardly any of it, but I guess I had them all rolling.  My wife didn't even hold it against me.
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« Reply #32 on: October 05, 2011, 11:34:13 am »
Just got off the phone with the surgery nurse, she sounds hot and has a wonderfull sense of humor.  I'm gonna have me some fun ;D

... I don't remember a thing... I said that?  Must have been that fentanyl!   :o
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Re: Seeing the surgeon
« Reply #33 on: October 05, 2011, 01:28:09 pm »
Prayers and best wishes back atcha!  Just got off the phone with the surgery nurse, she sounds hot and has a wonderfull sense of humor.  I'm gonna have me some fun ;D


You had just better get those ideas right out of your head young man. Nurse Ratchet has something else in mind for your visit.


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Re: Seeing the surgeon
« Reply #34 on: October 05, 2011, 03:24:57 pm »
Chet, the wife and I have been in a lot of training.....so I missed your original post. Prayers sent for a speedy recovery as well! :)
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Re: Seeing the surgeon
« Reply #35 on: October 05, 2011, 05:07:49 pm »
Use video if you want some history of your wake-up call.
I only tell this, because it is funny.
In 1984 I had a radical dislocation of my left knee in a football game. It was pushed backwards, and slid up the back of my leg, nothing was left as far as ligiments or tendons, it was not good.
Long story short, after getting to a wake-up enough state to talk, I guess I went a little nuts. In my transport back to my room, my wife says that she could hear me coming well down the hall.
I called every person I saw a MF'r, over and over again.  :o
She said they were doing there best to keep me down on the cot. I tried to get up and go after the people rolling me along. A nurse came into the room and told the wife that I was a little upset.
She made a decision, she grabbed her coat and purse and got out of Dodge. Knowing me like she does, there was nothing she could do to get off this drug crazy rant.
So get the video out if you really want to know what happens.
Good luck buddy, you will do just fine.
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Re: Seeing the surgeon
« Reply #36 on: October 05, 2011, 06:05:54 pm »
I called every person I saw a MF'r, over and over again.  :o

I found when I had my triple bypass that I evidentially did not tolerate morphin too well.  They had me in restraints until they got me weened off of it.  I don't think I was a pleasant person.

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Re: Seeing the surgeon
« Reply #37 on: October 05, 2011, 06:33:46 pm »
I don't remember what I was on after surgery but I don't think I cursed anyone, I just laid there and smiled at everything.....took a trip and never left the hospital.

Be careful with those nurses Chet, some of em have a hairy back and really large hands.....usually the ones who give sponge baths.

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Re: Seeing the surgeon
« Reply #38 on: October 06, 2011, 03:48:07 am »
Chet, will be thinking of you and pulling for you. You've got the right attitude towards life and it's not-so-little problems, and that counts for a lot when the medical community gets to play with you.

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Re: Seeing the surgeon
« Reply #39 on: October 12, 2011, 01:11:42 am »
at 0930 I'll be meeting my cute voiced nurse, I'll be on the table by 1100, procedure will be about an hour long, sew me up, wake me up, wipe the drool off of my face, tell me bho was impeached alongside Eric Holders dimissal, and all will be well with the world.  Oh well, doesnt hurt to dream.  All I am really interested in will be reduced back pain, and pain free sex.  Aint asking for much ;)

I want to thank everyone for their words, well wishes, and prayers.  Some of which have been answered, my father is up on the mountain with my buddy, so I will have a coupla weeks to recoupe before he returns.  The Lord works in strange ways indeed.  I'll post up first chance I get after the procedure.  I just finished my last meal before the procedure and dranks lots of water.  Gonna miss my morning cup of joe, food not so much.  I'm getting nervous, I had a bone spur removed from my ankle in '99, hurt like heck and took a long time to heal.  I am in high hopes my back does better.

Thanks again, be well,

Chet






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Re: Seeing the surgeon
« Reply #40 on: October 12, 2011, 04:32:49 am »
It's amazing what our medical society can do today, compared to just ten years ago. The advancements are leaps and bounds instead of the crawling progress
that once was, so I'm betting on your surgeon and his team to perform the procedure with accuracy and minimum invasion as to allow you a quick and speedy recovery time.
Prayers will be with you today, and throughout your recovery. God bless, Chet!
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Re: Seeing the surgeon
« Reply #41 on: October 12, 2011, 08:11:54 am »
at 0930 I'll be meeting my cute voiced nurse, I'll be on the table by 1100, procedure will be about an hour long, sew me up, wake me up, wipe the drool off of my face, tell me bho was impeached alongside Eric Holders dimissal, and all will be well with the world.  Oh well, doesnt hurt to dream.  All I am really interested in will be reduced back pain, and pain free sex.  Aint asking for much ;)

I want to thank everyone for their words, well wishes, and prayers.  Some of which have been answered, my father is up on the mountain with my buddy, so I will have a coupla weeks to recoupe before he returns.  The Lord works in strange ways indeed.  I'll post up first chance I get after the procedure.  I just finished my last meal before the procedure and dranks lots of water.  Gonna miss my morning cup of joe, food not so much.  I'm getting nervous, I had a bone spur removed from my ankle in '99, hurt like heck and took a long time to heal.  I am in high hopes my back does better.

Thanks again, be well,

Chet

Pain free sex? What fun is that?    ;)
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Re: Seeing the surgeon
« Reply #42 on: October 12, 2011, 05:15:28 pm »
Pain free sex? What fun is that?    ;)
It's the pain after sex ;D

So, made it home.  Procedure went well, I think.  What to do for the next 3 weeks???

To our virtual family, a huge thank you.  I never felt nervous or concerned.  Power of prayer pulled me through, I had complete faith, so much so I was napping while waiting for the procedure to start.  Thank you, thank you, thank you.!!!!!!!!!

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Re: Seeing the surgeon
« Reply #43 on: October 12, 2011, 05:24:13 pm »
Glad to hear that you are feeling good.  Hopefully the pain killers are sufficient enough to keep you comfortable.  Have fun and try to enjoy your time on the couch.  Take it from me, it can be hard to be laid up but you need to get well before you try to get out and get back to work.
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Re: Seeing the surgeon
« Reply #44 on: October 12, 2011, 06:13:01 pm »
It's the pain after sex ;D

So, made it home.  Procedure went well, I think.  What to do for the next 3 weeks???

To our virtual family, a huge thank you.  I never felt nervous or concerned.  Power of prayer pulled me through, I had complete faith, so much so I was napping while waiting for the procedure to start.  Thank you, thank you, thank you.!!!!!!!!!

Good news! Take 'er easy Chet, catch up on your movies and read a book or two.
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