Hmm, so somehow it’s 8 weeks later and I’m in Prince George again for a follow-up appointment with my surgeon tomorrow! Life goes by so fast, it’s crazy. I have been running since August 19th, which was day 39 of healing. I felt good and went for it, taking it easy on my favourite 5kContinue reading “Runner’s Hysterectomy Journey – 8 weeks later, and summary of activity during the 6 week recovery period!”
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Runner’s Hysterectomy Recovery – day 39, still here!
Wow I disappeared for a bit there. When I was approaching this operation, I had a vision of myself moping around at home for 6 weeks, blogging each day for something to do and going stir crazy. It has been such a pleasant surprise, this entire process! The last two weeks my life has feltContinue reading “Runner’s Hysterectomy Recovery – day 39, still here!”
Marathoner’s Hysterectomy Journey -Day 3
Okay, 2nd night’s “sleep” was WAY better than the first, though not great. I got in a solid four hours, but then I kept getting out of bed every two hours to walk around and try to get my GI tract moving. Having no catheter or IV was very freeing and even though I wasContinue reading “Marathoner’s Hysterectomy Journey -Day 3”
Marathoner’s Hysterectomy Journey – morning of
Good morning! I’m sitting in a massive bed at our hotel and just took my final sip of (black..) coffee. At 11am my husband is taking me to the hospital to check in and we both have to sign a consent form for “Hospital at Home.” Hospital at Home is, what sounds like to me,Continue reading “Marathoner’s Hysterectomy Journey – morning of”
Next Project…Hysterectomy recovery from a marathoner & triathlete perspective.
I haven’t talked about this before on here, but my next project is not about running…well, I will totally make it about running LOL but that’s not really what it is. In late 2020 I had an abnormal Pap test, which is very common and half the people I know have had one of these.Continue reading “Next Project…Hysterectomy recovery from a marathoner & triathlete perspective.”