Kristen (xx_socold_xx) wrote in thequestionclub,

I just had a minor procedure done yesterday about 3:30 pm. (It was this, if anyone is interested. But warning, NSFW, TMI, etc)

My gyno said I should be alright to return right back to school, but  I can't sit upright without hurting badly so sitting in a hard desk for an hour and a half is kind of not going to happen today. She also said that if I was just so uncomfortable/in pain that I couldn't function, I could come in and she can do something, but my procedure has a higher failure rate if she were to do so. In fact, this is my second time to have this procedure, but the first didn't work because of that very reason.

It hasn't even been 24 hours, so I should just relax, right? I'm still extremely sore and I have to hobble around very slowly to walk anywhere.
Is it likely that the pain will decrease over time? Or am I going to feel like this the entire time I have to deal with the treatment? (3 weeks minimum, preferably 6)

Also, will Vicodin help that kind of pain?

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