We've all been there buddy. For me, I was very calm leading up to surgery, but it did get to me the morning of the procedure, just as you are experiencing now. What you're feeling is totally normal. But, the surgery really is the easy part. Soon, they will give you an IV and when they turn it on you will start to feel super relaxed, like you want to close your eyes, and the next thing you know you wake up on the other side and start your recovery. You're in great hands and you'll do just fine.Currently in the waiting room waiting for the operations getting a bit nervous and emotional, operation will be in an hour, will update you guys when I can.
it took me a few months to be able to put on a T-Shirt my usual way ... use pain as a guide, don't do what hurts, but having said that you need to also keep mobility happening. Its a learning curve that's highly personal and hard to communicate.Trying to, right should pain is dreadful
it takes time to "install" the right balance of warfarin in you and the interference mechanism to the machinery of your coagulation. No need to memorise this, but just look at the complications of molecules and pathways involvedl, having trouble getting my INR in range currently at 1.4 if my INR gets in INR I should be getting discharged on Sunday