On January 25, 2017, I had yet another emergency abdominal surgery. This one was bad – I called an ambulance that morning because of what I thought was a twisted right ovary. Instead, I woke up after surgery to find a nearly 12″ long vertical incision on my abdomen, and surgeons telling me that they found and drained three liters of fluid from my abdomen, but they’re really not sure what caused the fluid to exist in the first place.
I promise I’ll blog again soon. Recovery has been very painful, and very slow.
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