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I went in to have a thrombosed hemorrhoid removed. During the prep, I repeatedly informed the staff and Dr.
Also during prep, they asked me to sign a consent form. I reviewed and there was a part that mentioned where my doctor had informed me of all the risks. He had not, so I did not sign the form, wanting to know from him what those risks were.We had done some online research and knew of a few risks, but our error was searching for info on the surgery, NOT the recovery. That was probably my biggest mistake. Dr.
Post surgery, Dr.
I did try to take it because the pain was incredible- nothing I've ever experienced before. And I threw it right back up - because I am allergic to codeine. We called the on-call doctor and he told me to take Tylenol,so I did. After four days, I could not stand, walk or sit for longer than 10 minutes. I was out of work for six days (I had planned for 2-3, with a weekend recovery included for 4-5), working from home and taking half days the following week and a half up to my follow-up appointment. In this time period, I called the office no fewer than four times, trying to get assistance with my pain management. The PA kept telling me to take Tylenol every 4 hours, which I did - even waking up in the middle of the night to do so as the pain would wake me up. Never did I speak directly to Dr.
At my follow up appointment, I waited 40 minutes for Dr.
When he and his PA returned - he informed me that I was healing well. When I AGAIN questioned the pain management, he informed me that he could offer another codeine-based pain
While I am trying to keep this review impersonal/objective, I will admit that I had a vision of my hands around his throat - an attempt to cause him as much pain as I had unnecessarily endured over the previous 3 weeks. WHY had this not been mentioned, discussed or suggested prior to surgery OR during my repeated calls? Dr.
While I am healing and the surgery seems to have been a "success", it has been four weeks (not days, Dr.
Had an initial meeting with Dr and together we made the best choice for me. I was provided with absolutely every detail necessary to safely complete the prep. Four days before the colonoscopy, I received a message from the surgical center inviting me to watch 2 videos on-line that would review the procedure I was about to undergo. Three days before the colonoscopy, I received a telephone call from the surgical center and we reviewed my health history and my colon prep instructions to make sure that I was all set. I was also provided with emergency numbers to call if I needed them. The day before the colonoscopy, I needed to limit my diet to clear liquids and then take medicine to empty my
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