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Sjogren's Syndrome Support

Surgery Thursday March 23

My surgery is scheduled for Noon tomorrow CST. I have to be at the surgery center at 10:30 a.m. I am allowed to take all my morning meds in the morning (aside from the ones I need to take with food or milk), as long as I take them at least 2 1/2 hours before I get to the surgery center.

And I am bringing my second dose of Evoxac so I can take it as soon as I am allowed to after I wake up. I am sure I will need it!!

I’ll touch base with you guys soon…

Lisa

I’ll be thinking of you tomorrow! Best of luck … although I think you’ve taken such good control of the situation that a minimum of luck will do you just fine! You’ve got faith in surgeon, and you’ve managed not to get yourself into a red-hot-gallbladder emergency situation. You couldn’t have engineered this much better!

All systems go, Lisa! Be sure to let us know how you are.

Seenie

Good luck today. I’m sure it’s a relief that the day is finally here.

Thanks so much Seenie…I am ready to get this over with!!
Will report as soon as I can!!

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Thanks so much Stoney!! I am relieved!! I managed to get a decent nights sleep…took my morning meds already & getting ready to shower.

Thanks so much for the well wishes!!

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What kind of surgery

I believe it was gall bladder, but this is an old thread. If you have any concerns about a scheduled surgery or issues related to it you can either conduct a search on the site OR feel free to ask a question of your own.

Yes, it was gallbladder, and I’m pretty sure that Limarie recovered well.