Twas The Night Before My Hysterectomy…


It is hard to read how much my daughter went through. She is a warrior.

Two Moms And A Toddler

It was just after midnight. Taking a shower had never been so difficult. I could barely hold my arms up to wash my hair. I was dizzy and felt like I might fall. I heard that old familiar sound of my heart pounding in my ears and I was short of breath. It wasn’t safe for me to be in the shower. I knew what this was as I had just been in the hospital four days ago getting two blood transfusions due to a dangerously low hemoglobin level rendering me severely anemic. It was happening all over again. I knew now what my body did when my iron levels dropped and I saw the signs. My mother was staying with us because she flew in to be with me during my first hospital run a few days ago and was still with us. I looked at my wife as…

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8 thoughts on “Twas The Night Before My Hysterectomy…”

  1. Your daughter’s description of her experience will undoubtedly help others; I’m so glad that she had such good medical care, too.

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  2. I read through that honest account on your daughter’s page. I think it is terrific that she didn’t have to worry about you during that time. You could be a strong help for her since you had your husband at home to support you. Great team effort all around.


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