By Melissa Kirsch6 ways to outsmart your paralysis and actually get something done
I procrastinate horribly — not about everything, just about phone calls.
Sometimes I put off making dinner reservations until all I can get is a 10 p.m.
slot at my third-favorite restaurant. I regularly run out of prescriptions
because I can't manage to phone the pharmacy for refills. I dial my mother so
rarely that, when I do, she thinks someone died. For no reason I can
understand, the prospect of making even...
When scarring (adhesions) or
abnormal conditions make it difficult to use laparoscopy to see inside the
For diagnosis of pelvic symptoms. Treatment can be done at
the same time.
For PID, laparotomy is not done as often as laparoscopy, which requires special equipment and training. But laparotomy is done if a hospital is not equipped for laparoscopy, or if another problem is suspected, such as a ruptured appendix.
The hospital or surgery center may send you instructions on how to
get ready for your surgery, or a nurse may call you with instructions before
Right after surgery, you will be taken to a recovery area where
nurses will care for and observe you. You most likely will stay in the recovery
area for 1 to 4 hours, and then you will be moved to a hospital room. In
addition to any special instructions from your doctor, your nurse will explain
information to help you during your recovery.
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March 12, 2014
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