“Martha, Martha,” the Lord answered. “You are worried and upset about many things. But few things are needed. Really, only one thing is needed. Mary has chosen what is better. And it will not be taken away from her.”
~Luke 10:41-42 (NIRV)
I left a comment on your facebook page.
Great motto. I need to remember this as well.
HiI am a 59 year old Mother, Wife & Christian. Who just had the tyhrolcolassal duck cyst surgery Tuesday July 5, 2016. Pretty much a similar experience as yours , except I stayed overnight in the hospital . I was very nauseous & definetly felt better after getting off the medication for pain. Tylenol did just fine by me. I found your site because , of a cough I'm having since last night. I looked on my discharge papers but no mention of coughing. I will call the office when they open but, reading your blog was very helpful. You mentioned coughing , how long did it go on for you? I do have allergies & just started back on them post surgery. Yet .. I continue to cough. Has anyone experienced that?
Hi there Dodie Kelly: I am glad you found the site helpful. As far as my cough goes, I'm not sure how long it lasted. I had my surgery in the middle of a cold Canadian winter, so it is possible I had a bit of a cold and cough prior to surgery, but not bad enough that they had to reschedule. I suggest talking to your doctor and they should be able to assist you. Thanks for sharing a bit of your story. I'll be praying that you recover fully.
Thanks so much I did speak to my doctor and he feels I have like a little cold. It's definitely not related to the surgery. I really thank you for your help on your blog and answering my questions here. I started a small blogto answer additional questions about coughing after the surgery thanks so much I meant DKNY 57 nice talking with you.
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