Today's been rough and I called my husband and asked him to come home. And he has. I've been having some pain- nothing like what I experienced before- but I am deathly afraid that the other stone in there has taken upon itself to move now which may be completely false but the idea scares me.
I am drinking more water than I knew I could drink. I am trying to shake myself out of my fear. I am reminding myself that some post-procedure pain and discomfort is normal as the tiny bits of broken-up stone have to pass.
But I could not spend another night alone and trust me when I tell you that asking him to leave his sister was one of the hardest things I've ever done.
I will be so glad when all of this is just a bad, hazy memory.
Oh my, I'm just back from a few days away and only now catching up. I hope by now Mr Moon is home and that you are feeling better!!!! Much better!!!ReplyDelete
My heart goes out to you, you poor thing. You DO need Mr Moon there with you for love and support during this time. Oh, my. I know he was only too happy to come back home....because that is what love is and does. It nurtures and supports...thick and thin, good and bad. May the discomfort pass....and may all be well. I keep you close to my heartReplyDelete
Calling Mr Moon makes all the sense in the world. He loves you and his sister loves you. Hoping this is a quickly navigated bump in your recovery.ReplyDelete
I fear that passing kidney stones may leave you with that embedded pain memory much like natural childbirth! "They" say you won't remember labor pains and I say bullshit! 🐂💩ReplyDelete
I am sure Mr Moon would not have been happy if you had not asked him to come home.ReplyDelete
37paddington: I’m glad you asked for what you needed. So sorry there is still pain.ReplyDelete
I'm glad he's home. I think you're having a bit of PTSD from the last week, as well as recovering. Let's hope it's soon over.ReplyDelete
Oh no! I'm so glad you called Mr. Moon to come back home. You needed him! I'm sure he would have been upset with you if you hadn't.ReplyDelete
I'm so sorry you still have pain and worries. I hope tomorrow is a thousand times better.
Sometimes you have to let the other guy be the hero. Do you still have your stash of pain pills? I can't imagine a better time to use them. Of course that memory is still fresh in your mind.ReplyDelete
I’m Sending you all the best wishes! So glad you got your love back with you ❤️ReplyDelete
I hope this is just some residual post/op pain. Calling Mr. Moon was the right thing to do. I hope Mr. Moon and Jack bring you some comfort andReplyDelete
things will be looking better tomorrow. Take care.
I thought they would blast the second stone at the same time, then you just need to get through the passing of them, which I have heard is still painful, but not as bad as passing a full stone. I hope you get relief very soon.ReplyDelete
I am so sorry! Hugs to you both...ReplyDelete
I'm sorry. I'm sure it's terrible to be going through this. May you soon be back on your feet, hanging clothes in the sun and weeding the garden!ReplyDelete
Of course, Mr. Moon would want to come home to help you. Hope it all "passes" soon and you feel better.ReplyDelete
oh Mary, so sorry to hear it is still paining you. my neighbor attests to how painful they are. he had one, thought his appendix had burst it was so bad.ReplyDelete