What are y’all up to? # 3 (Current NEW thread)

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  • #87306
    cricketcricket
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    Thanks, Maria!  Let’s all hope for a better 2021…I think we all deserve it by now!  Happy New Year!

    #87307
    fiddlewoodfiddlewood
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    Peggy, I’ve had two things removed before that were easy. This is basil cell (a little different and deeper) and quite a large portion of my nose.

    Luckily they don’t think it is into the cartilage yet.

    #87367
    Great ScottGreat Scott
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    Hi Dave, I just now read your latest post. I’m sorry to hear about your surgery.  I hope they got it all and that you have a speedy recovery.

    I hope this year is a great year for you and everyone here at BGD.

    #87516
    fiddlewoodfiddlewood
    Participant

    Thanks!
    I don’t go in until Wednesday.

    #87522
    cricketcricket
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    Will they do that in a doctor’s office or do you have to go to some surgical center?  Anyway, best wishes for an easy surgery that gets it done and all well again!

    #87525
    fiddlewoodfiddlewood
    Participant

    surgical center in hospital

    Thanks for the well wishes.

    #87557
    cricketcricket
    Participant

    Best wishes for excellent doctors and quick healing.  Let us know how you are.

    #87558
    FrederickFrederick
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    Best Wishes, Dave.

    #87563
    fiddlewoodfiddlewood
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    Back home now.

    Guess all went well. Kinda feel & look like I got punched, but not too bad.

    Cancer didn’t make it up into the cartilage evidently…just took filler material from face.

    Seem to remember waking up all at once and being held down somewhere along the line but then going back to sleep…haha

    Thought I’d outsmart them & wore long underwear to stay warm…ended up with NO underwear!

    #87564
    IcebikeIcebike
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    Good news, Dave! Stay well!  Underwear and modesty doesn’t seem to be an option in surgery environment.

     

    #87565
    cricketcricket
    Participant

    Good to hear Dave…well, not so much the underwear incident, but just that you’re back!  And all went well.  When I was out with my arm surgery…I was watching the ceiling lights spin while a bunch of people with tools in their hands and masks on were just standing there staring at me…I was telling them how I didn’t like what I was feeling like, the way those lights were spinning…the next thing that happened was I felt like I was waking up in the morning in my house, my own bed, that it was an ordinary morning and I had never broken any arm or anything…just waking up as usual, but there was this masked woman right in my face…lol…it really alarmed and confused me and I kinda jerked up and asked her how she got in without a key…and she quickly reminded me of my arm…told me to look at it…I saw a different bandage and remembered…oh yeah…I just had surgery on my arm…lol.  Seemed like getting ready for surgery took 2 hours, the surgery itself seemed like one second…lol…at least to my drugged up mind.  Anyway, we’re lucky to have good doctors who can help us out when we need something like that.  Glad you’re all done and made it through and it’s all ok…underwear intact…here’s for getting well really fast!

    #87566
    fiddlewoodfiddlewood
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    haha…”How’d you get in?”

    I woke up feeling fine…except the face swelling etc. Even that hasn’t been bad enough to take anything for yet (not sure if the local has all worn off yet, tomorrow will tell the tale)

    Now if my stupid nose that I can’t touch would stop running I’d be all set…haha

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    #87568
    cricketcricket
    Participant

    Oh yeah…that might take a few days to stop bugging you.

    #87569
    fiddlewoodfiddlewood
    Participant

    I’m sure I’ll be ready for the stitches to come out and be able to wash it by next Tuesday for sure.

    #87571
    cricketcricket
    Participant

    You’ll feel fully human again by then…lol.  I remember all too well all those little hassles after the arm surgery…whew…it’s good when you get all of that behind you and just move forward.

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