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I had my gallbladder removed 7 years ago. Gallstones are are VERY painful.
Same, two years ago. I was shocked at how easy the surgery was though. I don't even have a scar, they went in through the navel. The surgery and short recovery were totally painless.
When's your addadictome procedure scheduled for?
Thirteen years old. Appendicitis.
The doctor said my appendix had gotten so big, it had started to split open.
October 2014 left hip replacement
February this year
last month, minor surgery to remove a pilar cyst on the back of my scalp.
Carpal Tunnel surgery seven years ago.
Last week. I had a benign tumor removed from under my right eye.
9 months ago, rotator cuff surgery.
Spring of '05 I had the second tarsal tunnel release surgery performed on my feet. I get to have some more foot surgery in 3 weeks.
I had mine January 2016
My husband fell at work back in March. He has never had surgery until this accident
Eye surgery...retina detached
Rotator cuff and torn bicep fixed in one surgery
I had an endoscopy with biopsies a few months ago, but the last invasive surgery I had was also gall bladder removal (8 years ago.)
Hey..my hubby just had this surgery. Do you feel like your shoulder is close to 100 percent??
Getting there. I also had a torn biceps tendon (like your husband). I'm just now lifting weights again, and it feels pretty good, until I squat. Holding the bar across my shoulders is still pretty painful but I'm working through it. Just keep stretching and mobility exercises like pendulum swings. Good luck!
I had rotator cuff surgery 10 years ago. Best move I ever made. Be sure to have him do the physical therapy. It made a difference.