Hello my beeper darlings, Surgery went well, I think. I mean, Im still hanging in there. Most of my bits are still there. He only removed the hymanial tabs. I think that was a brilliant thing to do because the tabs could hold bacteria and yeast. The first few days it all looked like minced meat. But now its starting to heal. It will probably leave a bunch of scaring but thats ok. As of right now Im still having burning pain, but Im sure the surgery pissed off Mrs. Doubt Fire. Will take about 6 weeks to heal completely and then ,perhaps I will know if it worked. If not, then its back to the drawing board. At least this Dr. was willing to treat my VLSC agressively.
Keep your fingers crossed. I miss you guys. muahs
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I am glad to here that Mrs. Doubt Fire survived the ordeal relatively intact. The burning is probably from the ammonia in your urine. And most of all, I am hoping, praying and crossing my fingers and toes that this works for you. Feel better soon!!! Love ya!
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