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Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 3:50 am

A friend of mine has undergone his 12th operation (!!!)and is only aged 22. This led me to make a poll to see how many operations my fellow a.netters have undergone. for what concernes me I've only had two surgeries when I was small.

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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 3:55 am

I have had 2 operations, both for hernias. I had an inguinal hernia repair about 15 years ago and an umbilical hernia repair about 3 years ago.

12 operations? That is unfortunate.
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 4:03 am

Just once---a laparotomy plus several weeks in hospital for a ruptured (not diagnosed for 2 weeks) and abscessed appendix and resultant sepsis. I was under for 4-5-ish hours I think, not that I can say I was "awake" very soon after.
 
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 4:15 am

I had surgery on my right rotator cuff and bicepts tendon. My shoulder got pretty screwed up, but now it is much stronger.
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 4:21 am

Two operations:

One to have a catheter because of a hernia (when I was five, Febraury 1989). The other one to have my appendix remove (when I was 20, August 2004).

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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 4:21 am

I have had 8 operations. Four (4) times I underwent bilateral myringotomies with the insertion of ventilation tubes, due to otitis media. After that my "wisdom" teeth were removed, followed by a tonsillectomy at age 21. Two years ago I underwent a septoplasty, septum perforation repair and turbinectomies. The last procedure was in 2005 when I underwent LASIK to correct my vision.

Out of the 8 operations, my dad operated me 6 times, being an Ear-, Nose-and Throat surgeon. Yes, it is allowed in South Africa should you wonder about medical doctors operating their own family members.


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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 4:27 am

Quoting RootsAir (Thread starter):
for what concernes me I've only had two surgeries when I was small.

tonsillectomy and circumcision
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 4:35 am

Yeah, a few nonsense surgeries..... no big deal....

But the thing that impresses me are the number of A.Net-ers who have sustained numerous surgeries and continue to be among the most optimistic people I've come across.

I hope your friend is well now.
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 4:36 am

Wisdom tooth removal (under conscious anesthesia) Not really an "operation" but there was cutting and blood involved. Thankfully the anesthesia worked and I don't remember anything between having the IV inserted and walking to the recovery area.
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 5:26 am

I've been "under the knife a lot." Let's see...2 eye surgeries, ear surgery, 2 brain operations (not kidding), about 4 "non-surgical procedures" for my back, and one major back surgery. So if you count the "non-surgical procedures," (which were done in an operating room), I've had 10 operations in my 20 years of life.

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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 5:42 am

Quoting Cadet985 (Reply 9):
2 eye surgeries, ear surgery, 2 brain operations (not kidding), about 4 "non-surgical procedures" for my back, and one major back surgery

ok... wtf?

I have had none operations though.
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 5:45 am

I guess I'm obsessing with kids who cheerfully put up with being ill..... but my question is.... how do you do it? How do you keep your spirits up?

My apologies in advance, but I have an ill child in the family and don't feel comfortable asking him (he's almost 13) this question.
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 5:47 am

Nope, no surgery although i may have to have an operation on my throat soon due to suffering from "Singers Throat" which is a larf as i can't sing but I give a lot of presentations and basically talk for a living and I have nodules on my vocal chords.

I once had to have part of my scalp sewn back on after a garage door came down on me as I walked under it...does that count? I have a "Nike Tick" scar on the top of my head!
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 5:56 am

One hernia operation when I was very young (pre-school age) and removal of a burst appendix in December 1999.
 
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 6:00 am

I have only had one, My tonsills removed. A good thing as I will never again get tonsilatius but it was during the 2002 FIFA World Cup so my mood was not good. I had to watch Brazil beat England on a 5 Inch LCD monitor supplied by the hospital!
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 6:05 am

Two operations, both for ingrown toenails, he sorted one out, but it grew in again, along with the other side as well, so i went in again and had both done. Feels so much better.
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 6:15 am

Let's see
1- pelvis (age 8 )
2- circumcision (age 9)
3- removal of a (harmless) tumour from the right arm (age 35)
4- cancer (age 38)
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a modest 4/four, and I hope it stays that way !

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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 6:18 am

Just one, techincally when I had my wisdom teeth removed. Had them knock me out, as they were going to do all four that day.
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 6:30 am

I had a hernia operation when I was very young. That is the only operation I have had.


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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 6:32 am

Quoting Msllsmith (Reply 11):
but I have an ill child in the family and don't feel comfortable asking him (he's almost 13) this question.

Perhaps he'd like the opportunity to tell you about it and perhaps you might learn something. Ask him and let him decide if it's worth discussing.  yes 
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 6:32 am

Never had any...hope I can keep it that way  Smile
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 6:35 am

Me:

-3 Hernia operations.
-7 muscle transfer operations
-3 bone correction operations
-Shunt fitted

And thats it and im only 15 years old, soon to be 16 in 11 days, on the 15th March Big grin

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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 6:48 am

Quoting AirbusA346 (Reply 21):
Me:

-3 Hernia operations.
-7 muscle transfer operations
-3 bone correction operations
-Shunt fitted

And thats it and im only 15 years old, soon to be 16 in 11 days, on the 15th March Big grin

Tom.

wow whilst many people have small ops like tonsillectomy or circumcision you've undergone all those without the 2 classic ones...that's impressive
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 6:52 am

Quoting RootsAir (Reply 22):
wow whilst many people have small ops like tonsillectomy or circumcision you've undergone all those without the 2 classic ones...that's impressive

My answer: Big grin Big grin Big grin Big grin

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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 6:59 am

Quoting Nordair (Reply 19):
Perhaps he'd like the opportunity to tell you about it and perhaps you might learn something. Ask him and let him decide if it's worth discussing.

Yes, you could be right on this..... I'm seeing him in a few weeks. I'm debating on how to approach it..... better off face to face I think. He's quite ill.

If anyone has any ideas on how to bring this sort of thing up.... I could really use the advice.
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 7:01 am

So far I have had the following

Right Adrenalectomy (Hence the IHadAPheo)

Six or seven surgeries to remove some of the ever multiplying neurofibromas

Cardiac Stent insertion

Vasectomy


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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 7:17 am

Quoting AirbusA346 (Reply 21):
Hernia operations

Excuse my ignorance but what is a Hernia?
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 7:19 am

Four operations, all on my feet. Good news is, they are fine now!

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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 7:24 am

Quoting TheSorcerer (Reply 28):
Excuse my ignorance but what is a Hernia?

Wikipedia to the rescue

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hernia

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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 7:25 am

I had three wisdom teeth (one of them impacted) removed about 5 months ago. Not sure it counts, since it was done with local anesthetic. And that's about it... However, I'm planning on Lasik surgery in the near future.

When I was a child, I suffered from tonsillitis very often (once every 3 months, or even more). After trying all sorts of meds to no avail, the doctor decided it was time for surgery. However, before that he took one last chance with penicillin shots... End of story. No more tonsil pain ever again, and no need for surgery!  relieved 
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 7:29 am

Quoting Carmenlu15 (Reply 31):
However, before that he took one last chance with penicillin shots... End of story. No more tonsil pain ever again, and no need for surgery!

I wounder if the penicillin shots are cheaper than surgery.

NHS take note  Silly

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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 7:43 am

32 surgies, 27 on my stomach and 5 on my neck.  Smile

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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 7:56 am

Just one for a breast lump, was benign (thank God)

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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 8:01 am

I've had my ingrown toenail removed and an operation to remove my strawberry birthmark from my arm. I have a scar across my arm. When people ask me what I have done to get the mark, I tell them I was bitten by a shark, and the stupid sods believe me too, lol.
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 8:05 am

Quoting Sunshine79 (Reply 35):
I tell them I was bitten by a shark, and the stupid sods believe me too, lol.

 rotfl   rotfl   rotfl 

Bless !!!
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 8:23 am

Having been born with Treacher Collins syndrome (a rare genetic craniofacial disorder), I have had 20-30 surgeries to reconstruct malformed/missing bones and structures in my face from my ears forward and my throat upward. I have been operated on by craniofacial teams at St. Louis Children's Hospital (St. Louis, MO) and JW Riley Hospital for Children (Indianapolis, IN).

A short summary list:

*Multiple stages of cleft palate repair (including tongue flap procedures)
*Multiple stages of outer ear reconstruction with ribs and cartilage grafts
*Multiple lower jaw advancements with metal plates, screws, and rib grafts, requiring wiring the jaws shut for months (and feeding with a syringe)
*Several midface advancements with bone grafts
*Reconstruction of malar bones and orbits with rib grafts, wires and screws
*Multiple tracheostomies in conjunction with the jaw surgeries
*Malar and chin bioabsorbable implants (which were soon rejected by my body and led to serious infections requiring repeat hospitalisations and drainage surgeries)
*Two different implantable bone-conduction hearing aids (1987: Xomed Audiant, and 2003: BAHA)
*A failed attempt, in 1978 at age 3, to drill ear canals & reconstruct middle ears (surgery had to be aborted after exploration)
*Eye muscle surgery
*Mandibular biopsy for suspected growth in right mandible; found to be scar tissue from the previous jaw surgeries

All have required general anesthesia, which is a serious challenge for my anesthesiologists due to my tiny airway; multiple techniques have been tried--safest methods are LMA and awake fibre-optic intubation.

My future autobiography will, in more detail, describe my journey through these surgeries and other challenges in my life. Wish me luck (and prayers) in getting it published someday!

My experiences have driven me to pursue craniofacial deformities research as a career (that's why I'm at King's College London now).

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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 8:32 am

SmithAir747

I am so glad that things are working out for you, your ordeal to get where you are now is truely amazing, I admire you - that's all I can say

Regards

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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 8:48 am

Quoting Ihadapheo (Reply 27):
Vasectomy

I knew I had forgotten something....I too have had the "Gentleman's Operation"!
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 8:50 am

Neurosurgery which took 8hrs, had my had cracked open and things played with and shunt's fitted to drain blood etc.

Orthopedic Surgery on my spine which took 9hrs, had bone and discs removed
Urology on my renal system

that's in the last 5 years...
 
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 8:58 am

Quoting Msllsmith (Reply 7):
But the thing that impresses me are the number of A.Net-ers who have sustained numerous surgeries and continue to be among the most optimistic people I've come across.

Below is exactly what I was referring to:

Quoting SmithAir747 (Reply 37):
*Multiple stages of cleft palate repair (including tongue flap procedures)
*Multiple stages of outer ear reconstruction with ribs and cartilage grafts
*Multiple lower jaw advancements with metal plates, screws, and rib grafts, requiring wiring the jaws shut for months (and feeding with a syringe)
*Several midface advancements with bone grafts
*Reconstruction of malar bones and orbits with rib grafts, wires and screws
*Multiple tracheostomies in conjunction with the jaw surgeries
*Malar and chin bioabsorbable implants (which were soon rejected by my body and led to serious infections requiring repeat hospitalisations and drainage surgeries)
*Two different implantable bone-conduction hearing aids (1987: Xomed Audiant, and 2003: BAHA)
*A failed attempt, in 1978 at age 3, to drill ear canals & reconstruct middle ears (surgery had to be aborted after exploration)
*Eye muscle surgery
*Mandibular biopsy for suspected growth in right mandible; found to be scar tissue from the previous jaw surgeries

All have required general anesthesia, which is a serious challenge for my anesthesiologists due to my tiny airway; multiple techniques have been tried--safest methods are LMA and awake fibre-optic intubation.

My future autobiography will, in more detail, describe my journey through these surgeries and other challenges in my life. Wish me luck (and prayers) in getting it published someday!

My experiences have driven me to pursue craniofacial deformities research as a career (that's why I'm at King's College London now).

Not only will I buy the book...... I expect to have it autographed!

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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 9:24 am

I had an operation a year ago.

Was in the Ozzy for 2 days, then off work for 2 weeks.


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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 10:00 am

Quoting BMIFlyer (Reply 42):
Was in the Ozzy for 2 days, then off work for 2 weeks.

Someone should have warned you about that Ozzy Osbourne, he's riddled with it!!  Smile
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 10:20 am

Quoting Jafa39 (Reply 43):
Someone should have warned you about that Ozzy Osbourne, he's riddled with it!!

 laughing 

Ozzy = Hospital*  Wink


(*Im sure you knew that)



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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 10:32 am

I've had surgery once for a Pilonidal Sinus which developed into an abscess. It hurt a lot! That was in 2003 and touch wood, it has been fine upto now.

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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 12:13 pm

1. 8 years old, acute peritonitis of unknown cause, nearly fatal - opened me wide open and basically vacuumed out the crap, removed appendix while they were in there as a precaution although it was not the cause. After the better part of a week doing daily ice baths this was a relief.
2. Shatter the middle joint of left middle finger during a tandem parachute jump. Had severe line twists that clearly very suddenly and explosively. The riser did a crack the whip type thing under tension and broke the finger. An amazing surgeon put it back together with three pins. I didn't think he'd be able to do it as the X-rays looked like so much gravel. One good thing to say, having your middle finger splinted out straight can save some trouble when driving.
3. Surgery to remove pins from #2.
4. Fell off a ladder and shattered my left heel - another gravel looking X-ray. This one really sucked, it hurt worse after the surgery with morphine than it did after the fall without. Large stainless plate and 8 screws installed. Long recovery with 4+ months on crutches, really took about 2 years to get back to a point where I really didn't feel like it was still limiting what I could do.
5. Can't remember the technical name for it, but basically a general purpose clear the sinuses and throat sort of thing involving removal of tonsils, trimming of the uvula, and straightening out the insides of my nose. This one wasn't nearly as bad as I thought it would be.

I'm hoping that I won't need anymore but I'm prpbably wrong.
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 12:25 pm

Quoting BMIFlyer (Reply 44):
(*Im sure you knew that)

I didn't, when I was a lad it was called a Hospital, unless you lived in Loughborough in which case it was a "Hospickle", usually found in the "Miggle" of town.
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 1:13 pm

Five dental operations [wisdom teeth, and gums], and two major ops due to "infartos" [?] when I was a teenager.
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 1:48 pm

Let's see, I've had these surgeries:

1. Circumcision, soon after birth (July 1975)
2. LASIK surgery on my eyes (October 2000)
3. Repair of toe after damaging it (June 2003)
4. Pin put in my leg (femur) after I broke it (July 2004)
5. Pin removed almost a year later (June 2005)

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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 2:51 pm

Quoting Timology (Reply 10):
ok... wtf?

What are you trying to ask here?

Marc
 
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RE: Have You Ever Had Surgery?

Sun Mar 05, 2006 4:05 pm

Quoting TACAA320 (Reply 49):
"infartos" [?]

Heart attack.

Whoa, that's serious...  eek 
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