Surgery

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  • BloodStorm: glad your ok
  • JOELwindows7: Great to see you better now
  • Hobbit: I'm happy all went well! There is nothing that can stop you unless you let it, you are a human, the most powerful thing in the universe! I would still insist on a shiny robot leg though, that would be freakin sweet!!!
  • x32g: @BobMonkeypimp: Glad you're feeling better! I missed your levels and your presence in the community! Great to have you back!
  • dOUBLEbAD: @BobMonkeypimp: oh yeah, being able to keep that joint is totally a plus. Glad to hear that the pain is nearly eliminated as well. It'll be a bit trying for a while but with the wheels you are probably more mobile than when you were trying to walk on that thing. I am glad you are doing well and appreciate you checking in with all of us. Cheers!
  • BobMonkeypimp: @Golden: @blackghost: @woodnut: @austin_knauss: @BloodStorm: @JOELwindows7: @x32g: @that guy: @Hobbit: @dOUBLEbAD: I ran out of internet in hospital but I'm back home now, 11 days after the operation, using a wheelchair & dressings changed by district nurse. Amazingly waking up from the amputation I felt no pain & even only minimal pain when the anaesthetic fully wore off. I've been in f*cking agony for the past year so it's pretty nice right now. I can still feel my lower leg/foot as if it were still there but there's no phantom pain at all.
    I had my own wheelchair that I was using 2 days after the operation, by 4 days after I'd pretty much see the hospital corridors as my personal wheelchair racecourse. They gave me a new hospital approved wheelchair which they say is safer (it has a stump rest), I think safer means slower because I can't seem to push this one as quickly.
    I'm on painkillers still but in barely any pain but the only annoyance is that everything takes longer now. Getting to the kitchen & making a cup of tea took 15 minutes. Minor really.
    In a few months I'll be fitted for a prosthetic, I think it'll be easier learning to walk on it since I still have my knee joint.
  • JOELwindows7: @Golden: oh ok
  • Golden: @BobMonkeypimp: stay strong! And handsom lol
  • Golden: @JOELwindows7:

    BobMonkeypimp: @The Ohio One: I have massive blockages in the veins/arteries from about halfway down my calf to my feet. Can't be fixed with a bypass. Basically when I try to walk my feet cramp up massively & the pain is excruciating. Still, I like to stay positive :)
  • JOELwindows7: @Golden: lol, are you serious?
  • Golden: @JOELwindows7: he commented what happened to his leg on wheelchair Contest
  • Hobbit: I hope they give you a badass robot leg!
  • that guy2: Oh god... how long have I been gone...
  • x32g: The level is oddly calming. Good to know you're alright tho!
  • JOELwindows7: I mean bellow knee to foot
  • JOELwindows7: It's great to feel okay, but the not okay, in my opinion, you lost your leg. I feel sorry, you are no longer okay on the leg, why?
  • BloodStorm: Glad you're ok :D
  • austin_knauss: Glad you're alright.
  • woodnut2: Great news :) Is that the fog of recovery ?
  • blackghost: am glad to hear that you are fine
  • Golden: Wow, at least there's newer technology for prosthetic leg tbh

LEVEL ID: 24386