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Got a question, hope someone can answer... What are good Medifast recipes for a successful bakery? Thanks in advance for any comment. Another quick question... Hi, all. Just got home from the hospital.

Surgery.

Was first thing Monday morning and went well. Some minor glitches along the way. Tuesday afternoon, I started having symptoms (e.g., a droopy right eye, slurred speech, numbness on the right side of my face) that scared us. My surgeon ordered a CT scan fortunately all was okay. The final diagnosis was that I was having a reaction to the.

Morphine.

..

About to head off to bed now I'm looking forward to sleeping through the night without being awakened for vital signs, shots, whatever every couple of hours. I'm sore (I have 8 slits in me), my tummy's a bit iffy, and I have overall felt better in my life but tonight I get to.

Sleep.

In my own bed and I now have a spot on THE LOSER'S BENCH!!!!! WOO HOO!!!!.

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Comments (8)

Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the right answer. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I got an good answer. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably could give you an answer..

Comment #1

Girl...you scared the shit out of me, when you said droopy eye and slurred speech and numbness......As a stroke patient, I am all too familar with this...I am sure that is what they feared also..It is great to.

Sleep.

Without being poked all through the night, but be careful sleeping in your own bed for a while...Just don't let yourself get rolled over, or you will be awake for the rest of the night....

It took me 3 weeks to finally be able to roll on my side, and I had only half of the incisions you did...I wonder why you had so many...hummm..everything is always so different with everyone you talk to....

We got lots of folks heading to the bench this week...your seat is already saved.....

Comment #2

Glad you did well. Welcome to the loser's bench...

Comment #3

Congratulations and welcome home!! Enjoy your own bed, I remember that night 4 weeks ago so well, no prodding. I found I had to.

Sleep.

On my back all night but that was ok. Enjoy and keep yourself well rested. 8 incisions is more than I had but it will heal and all will be wonderful :-) I don't know what the loser's bench is but I.

Hope.

I can join!!..

Comment #4

Well welcome to the losers bench oonce your allhealed up things will really start rolling along for you...

Comment #5

Welcome home and I am glad to hear that you are doing okay. I.

Hope.

You get a good nights.

Sleep.

And take care of yourself!..

Comment #6

Welcome home glad it wasn't a stroke too..

Morphine.

Is a drug that reacts differently on some people. I had a friend who halucenated when she was on.

Morphine.

And saw puppies in her bed-lol. So maybe they just gave you a tad too much.

Morphine.

But glad you had them figgure it out in your favor. Be sure to restup and take it easy. Listen to your body and give in to your tiredness for a while. We await to hear your proress in your recovery and soon your weightlosses. Good luck..

Comment #7

Glad to know you are doing alright. we are here for you..

Comment #8

Well, be careful on your back..the first night home I did that, woke up..could not see the alarm clock, could not roll and get up... could not decide if I had to pee if I could get up..felt like a whale on my back! finally woke my husband and he just gave me a push and I popped up! after that I just put a pillow under my right side so I could just roll up! after 3 days I could get up fine! you will do great! congrats!..

Comment #9


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.