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10/13/13 11:58 P

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I can understand you're being anxious. However, if the surgeon has done many of the kind of surgery you need, I'd have it done. For one thing that growth probably needs to get out of there. I'll keep you in my prayers that God will give you peace so you can have this done. I'm sure everything will go well this time. I'm sorry you had that other bad experience. But please trust that it will not happen this time, besides which, it's a different end! I'm just trying to be funny to cheer you up. emoticon

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He acts like it's no big deal and told me he's done a million of these and that he has a good track record... but since I've had bad experiences in the past..a botched partial hysterectomy that wound me up in the hospital for 2 weeks with a sutured intestine... I am very paranoid.. I was doing good at first but just got all my paperwork last night and now I am a bag of nerves and don't know if I want to go through with this.

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9/12/13 11:26 P

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You need to sit down and have a consultation with your doctor. Have someone with you so they can hear what is said. Sometimes when you are upset you cannot comprehend or remember the whole conversation Also have a written list of all your questions ad a pen to makes notes of the answers. A competent doctor should never be upset with this procedure. Usually they welcome an organised person as it can sae lots of question after the fact

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9/12/13 3:09 P

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Hi, Lost Girl. As a veteran of surgeries, it is easy to say "go ahead" but only when you are confident in your surgeon. Surgeries are scary but weigh the pros and cons. My son-in-law had surgery on his nose and had not had a problem since. It is YOUR choice but as I said be confident in your surgeon. Best wishes,

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9/12/13 2:40 P

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I found out that I will need to have surgery for a deviated septum and also to remove a birth defect or growth inside my nose... I am freaked out about this and worry that maybe I shouldn't have this done. Has anyone ever had this done? I need some advice. I'm afraid I am going to back out.

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