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We brought my husband home this afternoon, pain from his head and thigh after the skin graft seems under control, he’s fast asleep now.

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Gardengirl wrote:
Sat Nov 17, 2018 7:23 pm
We brought my husband home this afternoon, pain from his head and thigh after the skin graft seems under control, he’s fast asleep now.
Blessfrom your earlierpost he reallyhas been through it. Take care both of you and I hope he starts the uphill journey soon - sounds like a long job for him XXXXX
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Plaster boarding today will bore you all with pitures on Tuesday when our extention is finished 8-)
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Probably going to collect a couple of windows for a project, drinking some mint tea and picking some persimmons. That’s if I ever get round to getting the day started properly...

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bubbles1 wrote:
Sat Nov 17, 2018 7:47 pm
Gardengirl wrote:
Sat Nov 17, 2018 7:23 pm
We brought my husband home this afternoon, pain from his head and thigh after the skin graft seems under control, he’s fast asleep now.
Blessfrom your earlierpost he reallyhas been through it. Take care both of you and I hope he starts the uphill journey soon - sounds like a long job for him XXXXX
Thanks a lot Bubbles. The tumour turned out not to be large but there was something alongside, a bit the surgeon didn’t like the look of, and my husband now has a sweet little topknot of a dressing and a big bald patch round it. He’s asleep again, doing him a lot of good, I hope.

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Sleep is the best thing he can have, that is when the body shuts down and starts to heal itself - everything crossed and keep you chin up and dont forget to look after yourself also XXX
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Gardengirl wrote:
Sat Nov 17, 2018 7:23 pm
We brought my husband home this afternoon, pain from his head and thigh after the skin graft seems under control, he’s fast asleep now.

I hope OH is feeling better this morning. The worst is now over, time for gentle recovery.

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bubbles1 wrote:
Sun Nov 18, 2018 7:21 pm
Sleep is the best thing he can have, that is when the body shuts down and starts to heal itself - everything crossed and keep you chin up and dont forget to look after yourself also XXX

Thanks Bubbles; he’s doing pretty well. Plenty of sleeping.

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