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The River Museum

Anna at the River Museum.
I'm going to take the rest of the month off from blogging due to a shift to light duty.

There is a hernia surgery I have scheduled for the end of the month that will fix the problem.



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I personally know someone who went from being an active daily runner to a stooped-over grandfather-looking 40-year-old in chronic pain after hernia surgery. That and the following article happened over 5 years ago, so I am hoping they've done away with the plastic mesh, but last time I saw daytime t.v., they're still advertising lawyers to represent those who are in pain from the common type of hernia surgery.

http://theradicalhomemaker.net/tuesday-post/the-hernia-a-love-story/

Comment by Julie Mason Sun Aug 19 06:19:56 2018
Best of luck on your surgery and recovery :)
Comment by Swati Sun Aug 19 06:20:15 2018

I'll be thinking of you and hope you'll be feeling better very soon. Take care Anna.

Heather

Comment by Heather Sun Aug 19 17:54:06 2018

For a speedy recovery!

Keep in mind that surgery won't fix the cause of the hernia. :-) Time to work smarter rather than harder.

Comment by Roland_Smith Mon Aug 20 16:09:05 2018

I hope you are opting for stitches rather than mesh. The mesh is very dangerous for your health. My husband sustained a hernia over the winter and has been wearing a truss and exercising to help repair it naturally. It obviously takes time but can be done. Here's some info to consider. Best wishes for a speedy recovery. http://www.groin-hernia.com/herniabible/

Comment by Susan Mon Aug 20 19:10:02 2018
Quick healing vibes to you. I really appreciate this post was tagged "fun".
Comment by Kat Mon Aug 20 23:42:20 2018
I had hernia surgery done twice, the second time I had the mesh put in, it has not bothered me since. Your mileage may vary.Be ready to take it easy for a couple of weeks, when string is all that holds you together it's painful the first couple of days. And you do not want to have it done twice!
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