It is quite normal for the output to be watery and lots of it. This will settle down in a few weeks and then you can get into a routine. Any worries you have I'm sure most of us have had them as well as some time or another, it 's only to be expected.
As for your room mate, I wouldn't worry about
disturbing her if you have to go to bathroom or empty the bag. If she says anything just remind her it is a hospital that you're both in and not a hotel and therefore recovery from the surgery you had done takes the body some adjusting to.
Mind you, you're lucky to have rooms of just two people over there. In my local hospital in UK, we have wards of 6 beds minimum up to 20 beds and I can wake everyone up going to bathroom in the night as somehow I always get a drip stand that has a really loud squeeky wheel. Makes me so popular as the bathrooms are normally at end of the wards.
Post Edited (stripey) : 4/26/2011 12:40:46 PM (GMT-6)