Stanford Interventional Radiology Friday, October 2nd in the morning at 7 am I went to the Interventional Radiology department at Stanford Hospital, CA. Jenny, a mom from my kids middle school and now from my Facebook Support list had offered to drive. The purpose was to check the drain in my Anastomosis (Joint between colon […]
Over the last few weeks, I have been hospitalized here at Stanford Hospital in Palo Alto, because of an abscess in the anastomosis from my low anterior resection that was done in August. Drama here at Stanford hospital this afternoonSo the doctors team come in every morning, and their job is in part to check […]
You would think that when you are in the hospital, no matter if you are there for treatment of an urgent complication, or for a scheduled surgery that your doctor knows best an knows how to treat you based on diagnostics, lab results an so on. To some extend that is also true, but there […]
After having had intense pain in my rectal area for about three days, I was re-admitted to Stanford hospital later last night. I called my surgeon’s nurse the day before and was set up with a CT scan for yesterday afternoon. I did not run a fever, so my doctors knew that this might be […]
If you are like me, the first thing you will do after you have been discharged from the hospital is to try to get back in shape. As we all know, your body will heal faster if you exercise and get your blood pumping, right?
No, not right. At least this is not the whole truth. Let me first give you an example of what I did right, and what I did wrong.
It has been a week since my last post surgery update and when it comes to healing after surgery that is really a long time. My main wound is now almost closed, and the other smaller wounds are also looking much better. I now longer have the “steri-strips” on them, and do no longer cover them […]
Today it was time to say goodbye to San Francisco, the hotel, and goodbye to Trine. Trine went back to Denmark this evening, she is starting in a new role as a full time employee at the Hotel and Restaurant School in Denmark this upcoming Monday. We had breakfast at the hotel, went back to […]
The diarrhea started disappearing this morning (stool just stopped). This was a relief, now my system can rest a little, and so can I. We went to see the new Steve Jobs Movie in the afternoon, and out for french dinner in the evening. We celebrated my birthday a little in advance, since Trine will […]
It has now been a week since I had my surgery. I have a slow running diarrhea, which is tolerable, but because of the surgery and probably the pain killers, I can not feel the difference between if I have to pass gas or stool. That is really a balance act with some skid marks […]
I woke up very weak, and still uncomfortable. I had not really eaten anything for more than a day. I had oatmeal, apple and coffee, but that did not really do it for me. Trine packed our things and moved us from a furnished apartment in Mountain View (near the hospital), to a nice hotel […]