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Best wishes to your daughter Fishy and to yourself and Mrs Fishy. It's totally normal to be worried, I remember my youngest having his tonsils out, that's a 'something and nothing' op, more so than your daughter'a and he didn't even have to stay in. I still cried when he went to theatre!!! I felt a right muppet Before you know it she will be home again ((hugs)) for all the Fishes
Operation pretty routine for a ENT Consultant....if they pack the cavity (they don't always) removing this packing can be unpleasn't.....but not overly so.
PS. Feel free to PM me if you need an ear.
Best wishes to your daughter fishy, hope all goes well, hugs.
Can remember when my son had his tonsils out too, bless him but he stayed in for over a week, your son was out quick OL
Please excuse my rubbish posts....I'm not at home at the mo and struggling with a clapped-out laptop.
Sounds more painful than dangerous. My sympathy to victim and parents.
My Dad had the op a very long time ago now Fishy and hasn't had a problem since. Hope your daughter is a lucky.
It's a parent's job to worry but this time tomorrow you should have nothing to worry about How is Mrs Fishy - it's not too long since she was in hospital? Hope she has fully recovered now.
With you Fishy - its our job to worry. Hope she makes a very speedy recovery
All the best for today for little Fishy
Hi Fishy, I love that name, I was going to call my daughter that (if I had one!) but they were both boys lol...so didn't
So glad all went well and she is on the mend. Hope she isn't in too much discomfort. Very best wishes to all the fishes and hugs
Best wishes to Beth/Bethany, Fishy.....have the T-shirt, so I can empathise.
"David,did you get much residual bleeding after your op?"
Just a little residual bleeding for a few hours after the packing had been removed, then it just turns to nothing more than a weak, bloody water.
Hope she wasn't too distressed by the packing removal sensation.
Best wishes Beth....I'd be ashamed, I had 20 removed!
PS. Unless you are sufficiently concerned about the bleeding to contact the hospital, it helps to hold your nose for a while...upright not leaning back.