Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Tempus Fugit

Where to begin?  My surgery is over and time will heal.  Meanwhile, my body isn't eliminating her wastes.  That also will happen in time.  But I'm not looking forward to it.

The pain killers make me nauseous and dizzy, so I try not to take them, although the instructions say my body will adjust.  But they're narcotics; do I want to adjust?

Lord, have mercy.  


Barb Schoeneberger said...

Ach! Been there, done that! If possible I think it's better to just endure the pain and offer it up.

Joann Nelander said...

I pray God bless and heal you. Faith pain meds help recovery by relieving some of the stress on the body and the healing process and speed healing. As a nurse, I can say that keeping the patient comfortable is important. Pain control does more than ease the hurting.
You may need different pain medications if they are making you ill.


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