By dave ffvre physiologist sippy Downs, I’m in a wheelchair.
It was the most serious injury I’ve had to have ever done in my life, and the last two months have been very challenging.
I had a CT scan on the night of my surgery.
My leg is a mess, and I can’t get around.
It’s just hard to breathe.
The next day I had the MRI, and it was all over the place.
My knee is fine, but my foot is really swollen and bleeding.
My hip is swollen and I’m having to have a hip replacement.
The doctors told me that I would be able to walk again after a few months.
But my hip and foot have become very swollen.
I’m worried about the future.
Is my leg going to be too sore?
I’m also worried about my hip being sore after the operation.
So it’s been really tough for me to stay here.
What can I do to get back to normal?
I can see that I’m not the same person, and that I’ve got a lot of baggage, so I can understand that people are wondering how I’m doing.
I can tell you that I feel like I’m the worst person I’ve ever been in my entire life.
So I try to get myself together and stay focused on my recovery.
I just want to be happy.
I don’t know what’s going to happen with my life after this, but I’m going to do everything I can to get my life back.
How do I find my way out of this?
I feel really lucky.
I think I’m a bit of a weirdo, because I’ve been in the wheelchair for so long, but it’s something that I haven’t been able to control.
The people who come into my hospital have never seen anything like it.
They’re amazed at how well I’m able to recover.
I’ve lost my job, my income, and all the things that are normally going to take you a long time to recover from.
But I’m determined to get right back to being a normal person.