Saturday, September 13, 2014

Medicine is Amazing

I went into surgery around 9:30 this morning and by noon had regained consciousness.  Prior to surgery I had a hard time staying comfortable in the bed while waiting my turn for the Op Room to open.  When I woke I felt nothing!  Only a full bladder.  Katie was there shortly after I came too and although feeling a bit loopy and silly I was pretty coherent.  Katie told me when we got home that I had pointed to one of the nurses in the recovery room and said "that nurse said I had a nice ass!  LOL  Katie said, "you told me that twice and said it pretty loud."  Who knows where my comments come from when I'm in that anesthetic state.

OK, so I'm back.  The doc pulled out an inch of disc material that had lodged between the bone and nerve root (where the nerve exits the spine).  I've got two weeks of recovery before I can begin work and so I'll be back to loving my sweetie ASAP.

Thanks to all for sending me your love!  I mean that.  It means lots, and to so many of you that have had similar back issues, I know you could identify with my symptoms.

Now, it's 2:30PM  and I just can't pee yet..... my bladder still is asleep.  I've even downed a coffee trying to see if the caffeine will heighten the urged. 

Katie's suggested to me, calling to me while I was in the bathroom with the water running trying to see if the plumbing was back in order yet, "Do you need an orgasm to get things going?"  That's my Katie!  I love her.

I'm Hers

27 comments:

  1. Good to hear things have gone well, I know what you mean about trying to pee... I couldn't go for ages and they said to me that if I couldn't go by the morning I would have to have a catheter fitted! So I woke up in the middle of the night feeling like I needed to pee but unfortunately I was not able to walk to the toilet because my back was in such bad shape, so I grabbed the cardboard thing they give you to pee in when you're in bed and swung my legs over the side so that I was sitting up. I damn near filled that thing and then because I was so weak I dropped it and it went all over the floor. I felt pretty bad about that, the nurses in there were so nice...

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    1. RA, you indeed were in bad shape. I can stand and walk but last night..... last night I was hurting so bad that when I got up I couldn't stay up and so I crawled to the bathroom, realized I couldn't stand or sit on the toilet and so I opted to crawl into the shower on all fours and peed like a dog. I just had to go and that was the only way it was going to happen at 3 AM. I finished, got a wash cloth, cleaned my self off where it had 'splashed' and crawled back into bed. What a difference a day makes. What things we do to avoid discomfort!

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  2. There are times in a WLM that require some rule changes. Happily, in a truly loving WLM, that's no problem at all. When a submissive is really hurting, an understanding of the situation should prevail, and I'm certain that Katie understands this full well. The bantering going on between you two and others is a sign of a very healthy relationship, and just think of the fun you'll have when it's payback time. Get better soon!

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    1. Thanks Lady Grey,
      If there is one thing I can be assured of it is Katie's love for my well being. My life as her submissive is a far second to the love we share. Now, I'm sure she can't wait for me to get back to doing what I use do to but she's been hanging in there and we are getting by - but I have lost 5#'s in the past few weeks due to her exquisite cooking :) (She hates cooking!)

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  3. Glad to hear all went well... Glad to see your your posting already thought it would be awhile.. I'm sure you're be up and around soon as you can.RR

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    1. Ahh, RR, I've already been out with Katie to a friends house. They offered us dinner and Katie of course thought that be great and I couldn't wait to get a change of scenery. I'f feeling pretty good.

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  4. Misress and I wsh you a speedy recovery.

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  5. Get well, sounds like you're well on your way!

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    1. Thanks LH! Hopefully I can heal now without any setbacks.

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  6. Hi, I'm so glad all went well for you, I've only just found out about your op as we've been on holiday without any internet. Please tell your Mistress She's a wonderful Woman for looking after you in your hour of need.

    Your both in my prayers tonight.
    m

    ps. If your bored while laid up, please have a read of my blog, I would be interested in hearing your thoughts.

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    1. I just read your blog. You did have a busy week on holiday. Glad you enjoyed it. Added your blog to my sidebar for others to link to it.

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  7. Hi I'm-Hers,

    Thank you for your kind comments on my blog. I am still trying to find out how to add other blogs to my side bar. I will give it another go.

    Hope the pain if any is fading.

    Warmest regards
    m

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    1. m, I'm doing great. Glad to have found your blog. Love your stories!
      Pain is gone, just some leg numbness and feeling so out of shape.

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  8. Don't try to do too much too quickly. I think you should milk this to the hilt with Mrs Katie. An orgasm sounds good to me. Did you ask for a raincheck? Don't let her forget that offer. Maybe a sensual massage, a little teasing, and some TLC, as well. lol

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    1. Wishful4, My mistake was not taking her up on the offer the moment she offered it. That offer is so far gone she'd never even consider it now. And she doesn't give massages - well not long ones anyway but sure loves it when I give any kind of touch to her. I like the giving part better anyway. I'm trying to milk this but she knows me too well. :)

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  9. Wishing you a speedy recovery I'm Hers.

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    x

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    1. Thanks Happy pet! I appreciate the thought

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  10. I'm glad you are doing well, IH, and that your sense of humor is istill intact. Best wishes to you and Katie!

    Scott

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    1. I feel sooooo good. Physically good but emotionally even better. Just knowing I can be 'me' once more feels so great. Thanks for the note and yes, my humor is intact. Oh, btw, the plumbing is back in order and functioning well!

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  11. "Do you need an orgasm to get things going?" Awesome! Your mistress is too funny!

    I hope your recovery goes well, and that the pain is behind you now.

    Best wishes!

    jen

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    1. Yes Jen, she can be funny when she wants to be. And yes I am feeling pretty good.

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  12. Just ready reading your story on literotica, i've directly gone to this blog. I got startled when i read about the lumbal-disc-op. Please be patient with yourself and don't hurry to much. As a physical therapist all i can say is, that you're young enough to heal completely if you take your time. Mostly strengthen your lower back muscles after the scar is healed, but don't do it to fast. Try to get in motion constantly but ceep under the pain level. After some time (maybe 12 to 20 weeks) try to push the pain softly into background - like pushing a heavy furniture into a corner to get more room to move. But move it without scratching the expensive parquet floor.

    regards from germany
    wintersmith

    PS: Let the lovely wife of yours pamper you the first time after the op. If the story is only half true she will love to do that, because after your healing you may try to pamper her a lot more in response, because of paying her back ;)

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    1. Thank you Wintergreen, I appreciate your advice as a physical therapist. I have been trying to be good by sitting straight, limiting my time sitting, doing lots of walking, purchased a lumbar roll and making sure I keep the pain away. I like your analogy of pushing the pain inside like making more room without scratching the floor :-).

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  13. Beeing the smartass one more time:
    Consider no sitting for 6 weeks minimum. You can use a wooden chair for a short time (maybe 10 to 15 minutes or if there are slight beginnings of pain earlier). No, absolutely no sitting in a sofa, chaiselounge or easy chair for 6 weeks min. Use sort of barstool. Here in Germany we have a seating-accommodation you could adjust to your preferred high. It's also good for working in the kitchen (peeling potatoes or preparing veggies) or ironing. For an example there's a Link: (http://www.ebay.de/itm/Buegelstuhl-Buegelhilfe-Stehhilfe-Stehsitz-Rueckenpolster-Buegelstehhilfe-/390679287359?var=660170640757&_trksid=p2054897.l5671) And please don't use the Backrest.

    Wintersmith

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    1. Wintersmith, sorry, I called you wintergreen by mistake LOL. OK, I'm a skeptic and I also know a bit about the spine and mechanics of it. So tell me why I can't sit or must sit on a hard chair if I can sit and maintain my lordosis. What's the difference? Yes, I realize that without a pad behind me I need to use muscles but I also know that they will sometimes fatigue or I'll just get distracted and slouch.... if that is the case then wouldn't sitting against something that ill maintain my posture in good alignment be a better option? Also I drive quite a bit to work and can't wait for 6 weeks before returning so I will have to sit and do so for a good bit while traveling. I've taken two of the four McKenzie courses and the instructor was Robin McKenzie's right hand man. He is an incredibly smart guy. (Wayne Rath is is name. He's since parted ways with Robin who I believe recently died and has his own spine program called the Duffy/rath system - named after he and his wife. He would disagree with you. Comments? Thoughts?

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  14. Wintersmith, I guess what I am asking is why? It's one thing to say 'don't do this' but I want to know why. If it's easier to write via email feel free to do so. I want to understand the science behind the instruction.
    imhersblog@yahoo.com

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