To start with, you are healing from surgery, so you are going to feel tired, it's okay to admit it, too!! You've also just experienced trauma of having multiple surgeries in a short period of time. PLEASE don't be too hard on yourself either...
Dizziness can be a sign of dehydration...are you eating and drinking? How long ago was your surgery and are you still taking meds?
You should talk to your doc about meds to help with your depression as well as whether or not the ostomy was necessary (and temporary at this point). Do you have someone you can talk to? You can find ostomy support groups in your area on www.UOAA.org they may be able to help you, too.
Please keep us posted.
Thank you for all the support.
It's not just the stoma its everything, bills are pouring in, insurance that didnt wanna pay ostomy supplies had to fight with them for over 1 week. Hubby doesnt know how to deal with it either. He goes outside and do some outside work. I am so depressed that I told him next time something goes wrong dont let them do anything if God want me to live fine if not fine too. Going to call the docter today for my depression cant go on like this. My first surgery was on March 19, second one was on March 30, on April 5th I was life flighted to another state and I am now home since April 23. I dont remember a lot and lost 2 weeks of my life and I am confused about that too as I like to know what has happened to me. Sorry I am nagging I know I am not alone and I know that it can be reversed, have to wait at least 6 months to 1 year, so all my bloodclots will be dissolved. I got heparin induced thrombocyopnea with thrombosis, so scared for another surgery everthing at this time is against me. Can't have heparin anymore next time it could kill me I was lucky tis time all the docters told me.
Thanks again for listening to me.
Take care all of you