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Old 07-13-2018, 06:31 PM
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He says he feels almost fine when he is lying down. He has tried to be ambitious this evening in cleaning the house, and I can tell he is uncomfortable, but nothing too bad. He’s took his first Percocet a couple hours ago.

Sadly, no swelling or bruising for me to stare at. He has a small bandage over the incisions, which are right in the front, which wasn’t where I was expecting.

I think his pain has been on the better end, thankfully.
I thought he was getting the "no scalpel" jobbie.
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Why is it sad that you don't see swelling? That sounds good to me.
Good from a medical perspective, but I'm kind of fascinated by gross stuff.
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I thought he was getting the "no scalpel" jobbie.
Yeah, they use a needle, so the incisions are like pinpricks. Well, one of them is. The other one seemed to tear a little, so it's maybe an eighth of an inch long.
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He seems to be back to normal. A little soreness, but he's not in constant pain. Still has not felt confident enough to resume regular activities, which I expected.

Overall, I'd say his went as well as can be expected, which is a big relief.
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