Week 6 after facial reconstruction surgery — some good news, and X-rays that show my metal.
Auditory Memory Posts
Just over 5 weeks past face reconstruction surgery after a freak fall: Good news, (potentially) worrisome signs, and meeting the heck out of my deductible.
Day 10 post-surgery: In which I personify my body’s healing systems in a militaristic manner and delve into the gory details of surgery to interrogate why I am still so tired.
I had facial fracture surgery in August 2020 with an overnight hospital stay for a ZMC fracture and an NOE fracture after a fall. Here’s how it went.
Day 7 after facial fracture surgery: A list of complaints as written by an adult toddler-for-a-day.
In which I update on sleep, annoying antibiotic regimens, ever-changing facial bruise coloration, and the OR nurse who got under my skin.
No picture of me—nobody wants to see that, including myself—but here are some lovely flowers I came home to. In a nutshell, I feel pretty beat up and deeply exhausted, but everything seems to be going as it should be.…
Weekend (days 15-16) update: tedium, aches, smoothies and pancakes.
Day 13: Rest is the answer, talking (and talking and talking) to doctors, and a semi-normal evening.
My day 12 post-facial fracture report: Lining up second opinions and dealing with a near-sleepless night