I could not get the liquid form but the surgeon did call in prescript
ions for Cipro and VSL #3. I have had to triple the painkiller dose. I had no idea this could become so painful so quickly. Hopefully, the Cipro will work fast. I am planning on scuba diving with all of my four siblings on Friday in Florida. My niece is getting married on Sunday. We will also be doing the usual stuff: making a wedding quilt from fabric donated by friends and family (it takes about
four hours and many Spanish coffees), hosting a bridal shower, rehearsal dinner, etc. I still have a lot of work to do but I am in bed due to the pain.
Have you found a Siberian? I met a rescued one last week. She is a beautiful approximately one-year-old brown and white with blue eyes. Zoey has been having a great time playing with her. Zoey and my other dog, Loki, will be on tv Nov. 8 in a local pbs show called Oregon Field Guide. You might be able to find it on the internet. The show is really about
my husband's books and his obsession with hiking but Loki loves cameras and is allegedly featured in almost every shot. He was also on practically every other page in Jim's first book. Zoey does not like cameras so she is rarely seen on film. Jim is originally from Munich.
The oxycodone is starting to work. It was tough today. There were times I just wanted to cry from the pain. I am glad my surgeon responds fast and really seems to care. My GI's were the opposite.
Just an interesting FYI, the surgeon said I was drinking too much water and needed more sodium so now I have to drink chicken broth a couple of times a day.
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