Talking to the nurse for preadmission today, she says: oh, I know someone who survived a Whipple operation once. ...Once?!
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If you are having a Whipple, I wish you good luck I had one 4 years ago. kj
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Thanks, Kj. How have you recovered? Will I ever be "normal" again?
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Fergie The Whipple surgery can be hard it affects everyone differently there is a new me but i am in remission, I still enjoy life.I have known other people to breeze through the surgery.So try to enter surgery with a positive outlook. kj
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Thanks for your insight, Kj. I'm pretty confident on getting through the surgery ok, it's just the aftermath that I'm worried about. I shouldn't read so much on the internet. Ops in a couple of days, "catch ya on the other side"
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Nurses have a very dark sense of humour. Not helpful sometimes!
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