My daughter is being considered for brain surgery for her complex partial seizures. We haven't found out yet if she is a candidate for surgery, but my question is, If she is able to have it, how can we help her understand what is going to happen. I don't want her to wake up and look different in the mirror and not understand why. She is going to be hurting when she wakes up and I don't know if I'll know how to comfort her. I'm just scared about the whole thing, but it breaks my heart to put her through something that she may not understand.
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