Fear of Operation, have You Been Through A Major Operation?

@bing28 (3798)
Philippines
August 31, 2009 10:46pm CST
Might undergo this coming week an operation at the cervix. As much as possible wouldn't want to but my mayoma, (cyst at the servix) grows big that causes me to bled for 3 days. I fear complications after. What do you think friends, Is it alright to undergo operation. Have you undergone an operation? Please say a little prayer for me, Thanks.
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4 responses
• Philippines
1 Sep 09
Hello bing. I have not gone through any operations. And i do wish that i won't be in any of it! I have studied about myoma and watched an operation removing the cervix or only the cyst back in my college days *i was a nursing student then*. I learned that to lessen your anxiety, first you must trust God with all you heart that this operation will be successful *pray a lot*. Second, trust the surgeons. Make sure that they know what they are doing. Always have a second opinion from another person who has an idea of your condition. Third, it always work to study about what's going to happen to you. I can see that you can still surf the internet. Use this time to browse certain topic that will help you increase your knowledge about your condition. You could try typing "Myoma" and associated surgeries so you will have an idea. Lastly, cooperate with the medical team. They know what is best for you. Have a good day and good luck on your operation!
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@bing28 (3798)
• Philippines
2 Sep 09
Thanks Koala, right I am consulting others for second opinion. I have started reading about myoma, thanks for your advise. I do appreciate much your response. God bless.
@bing28 (3798)
• Philippines
2 Sep 09
Thanks koala, I do appreciate much your response, am starting reading now infos about myoma thanks for the advise. Right I have to consult others for 2nd opinion. You know I was never confined in a hospital that's why seemed to be uneasy, except for gaving birth to my children. Thanks again Koala. God bless...
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• Philippines
2 Sep 09
God bless you too Ms. Bing. I am glad that in my little knowledge, i have helped you. Anxiety is a normal reaction for having an operation. I think i will feel the same if i was in your position.
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• United States
1 Sep 09
Hi there bing, You are most certainly in my Prayers. Try not to worry about your Operation, and do not think of complications. Instead, Thank God for your Healing. When you Pray, know that all is well and everything will be well. Have Faith and know God Loves you, just as Parents love their children. I have had 2 Operations, first one at the age of 21 I had a cyst removed from my Ovary. The second surgery was this last May I had to have my Gall Bladder removed. I did not worry but knew everything would go well as it did. I am sure many people will be praying for you here on mylot as they read your Post and remember : The Faith at the size of a mustard seed can move a mountain. You will be fine. Many Healing Blessings to you!
• United States
1 Sep 09
You are most welcome bing, I also know what it's like to miss your Mom , mine passed away in 2005.she was 77 years old. But God has a way to ease our pain, and you know, when I miss my mom really bad , she shows up in my dream . The other night I had a dream about hugging her, touching her Hair and telling her how much I love her. It felt so real. This truly makes me feel better it does ease the pain. Big Hug to you and if you like please add me as a Friend.
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@bing28 (3798)
• Philippines
1 Sep 09
Aside from God's love no other love could be compare to the love and care of our Moms, we just rejoice thinking they're in a much better place. Happy knowing you and love to be your friend. Best regards to the family.
@bing28 (3798)
• Philippines
8 Oct 09
Thanks dear friend, am back from a successful surgery. As I am being entered at the operating room, I was reciting Psalm-91 and I utterred two words "Alleluyah Jesus" repeatedly until the operation was over. Even my doctor and her team prayed before they started. Friends all over said their prayers and God is good. No more worries, my great faith overcome my fear, I didn't feel anything with the surgery except for the pain of the injections of enesthesia which is quite unbearable prior. Reall Faith moves mountain and thank you, thank you dear for everything. Just be resting for a while but be in mylot once in a while. Love and hugs...
@marguicha (133252)
• Chile
1 Sep 09
DEar bing, I have gone through many surgeries. And I thank for them. I felt bad before them, I´m healthy now. I had an hysterectomy 3 years ago. I had been feeling "uncomfortable" and I was planing a travel abroad with some friends. He is a doctor and his work is with scanners. He checked me and ruled out the trip and saifd that I needed a surgery right then. They changed their plans too, and we stayed until I was feeling fine. It´s not immediatly. The body doesn´t like people to meddle with it and you may have a depression later. I didn´t. I have had back surgery too. That was 12 years ago. Now, at 64 years old, I can run and play with my grandkids. If I hadn´t had the surgery, I would be in a wheelchair. I will send you positive energy. But the best energy has to come from you. You will NOT have complications. The complications are now, with the myoma. By the way, that is very usual and absolutly benign. Take care and smile. Life is beautiful
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@bing28 (3798)
• Philippines
1 Sep 09
Thanks a lot marguicha, your'e a blessing, friends really give me the strength and I trust God almighty. Thanks for that energy and am accepting it, would try to have the best energy from within. I do believe life is beautiful. Thank you and God bless.
@bing28 (3798)
• Philippines
8 Oct 09
Hello marguicha, am back from a successful surgery, thanks God. I won't forget you for those inspiring words...got the positive energies, prayed a lot so many prayers been said by others as well. Thank you for the response, it really convinced me to go on with the surgery. Life is more beautiful now. God bless...
@williamjisir (22900)
• China
1 Sep 09
Hello bing. I have not had any operation so far and I don't want to have any. I think that it is very painful to have one with certain part of the body cut open. My wife had a c-section when she gave birth to my baby son last year. After many months, she still feels itchy and hurt on that part with a scar there. I hope that it will be fine soon without the scar bothering her. I wish you to have a very smooth operation, bing. Take care.
@bing28 (3798)
• Philippines
1 Sep 09
Thanks friend, I have a scond thought on it, if I can try it with herbal first and then have an ultrasound again to see it's progress. Am not really solve to the idea bt other's advise to go for it before it becomes worsen. I manage however not to get operated by taking abs capsule but I know it grows big when sometimes in a weektime I failed to take it. Take care as well.
• China
1 Sep 09
Hello again, friend. There is one thing that I forgot to tell you that my wife was discovered with cyst during the c-section last year, which was lucky of her to be discovered of the cyst, otherwise she would have not known about it and would probably have to take another operation. The doctor said that it was getting bigger. My wife never thought she had had a cyst there. Anyway, I wish you to see your doctor for some advice on it. Good luck to you, my dear bing.
@bing28 (3798)
• Philippines
1 Sep 09
thanks again friend, best regards to the family.