I can’t really remember what happen during surgery because I was asleep. But nevertheless I made it to the hospital on time with my husband and two kids. They took me back exactly at 6:30. I undressed and talk with my husband who told me ” once I lost the weight he was going to lock me in the house.” I also had my hair dreaded because I am just tired of messing with it all the time…..being natural is really high maintenance. It is really short and thin it will have to grow on me.
I do remember them rolling me out of the room and both of my kids were there and they kissed me goodbye.
What I do remember from the hospital was waking up in extenuating pain….I felt like someone had ripped my stomach apart. I kept trying to wake up to talk to my kids and husband but my eyes would not go in the right directions. What little I was able to focus on let me know my kids were scared as hell. I could tell by their faces that they were really worried about mom. I slept off and on that whole day until later in the evening. When I finally got up and tried to walk some of the gas down.
They also had me to breathe in a incentive-spirometer every hour 10 times. This little thing measure my breathing to help prevent pneumonia. I also seem to be coughing up a lot phlegm.
My pastor called and checked on my well being and made the ride to see me the next day. He prayed a prayer of healing the next day. My mom and a couple aunts and other kin folks all joined hands while he prayed.
I walked a a total of 10 laps around the hospital begging for one gas release. You have to passed gas no matter what. You can hear the gas in your body creating tornadoes and hailstorms and you can not do anything to get it out. I was finally given a suppository the next morning which helped my push some bile out and I was scheduled to go home around 4:00 that day. Later that night I started passing massive amount of gas. You would have thought I hit the lottery the way I was cheering. I will follow up with other information in another post.
Love, Peace and Happiness,