” …A day before the operation you will need to do a bowel cleanse…nothing to eat or drink after noon….after the operation, you will be in the hospital for a few days. Since a small piece of your urethra will be removed, you will have a catheter. Once you prove you can pee on your own, you will be sent home. You may be peeing on an angle for a while but that can be corrected.
No cardio exercise till you are healed.…”
Continue reading: How I Stayed Sane Through My Medical Drama From the Author Who Had The Cancer No One Talks About
by Darci Picoult, journalist, DES daughter and author of My Virginia
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2 thoughts on “Vulvar Cancer: how I stayed Sane through my Medical Drama”
Thanks for sharing this, on my reading list!