I have written that my husband is having his right breast removed in 10 days. He had his left one removed 15 yrs. ago. I am very worried because now he has had several strokes and he is diabetic. I did talk to the dr. without husband knowing that I would like him to stay in the hospital a couple of days. How terrible to have this surgery and be sent home the same day. He was in so much pain the last time. It was terrible. At least if he is in the hospital he can get good pain meds. via iv. He has a appt. with another dr. tomorrow to check and see if his annerism has grown since the last time he was there. If it did he won't be cleared to have the surgery. I think this stress is causing my flair-up to continue. Does anyone have any advice on how I can handle this? So i can be of help to my family.
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