It’s 2023!

It’s 2023 and I’m in hospital again, this time however, unlike the last times, it was planned.

That’s not me in the picture by the way, she looks kinda wistful, and model like, I’m more dishevelled and unkempt.

So my lady bits are gone, sorry guys, you might not want to hear this. They removed the large fibroid that was the cause of my problems, taking my fallopian tubes and ovaries too for good measure.

I can never have kids, not that I was ever going to, but now it’s final. I didn’t think I’d feel anything on that side of things, but weirdly I do, just a little, not like a loss as such, more like a missed opportunity.

I’m sore but I’m good, moving about is a chore, but that’s to be expected two days after major surgery I suppose. Things will hopefully get easier and I will start to feel the benefits of no longer carrying something I don’t need inside me.

There are two ways to look at this start to 2023, it might not be the best one, but at the same time it could be the best one, if it’s an improvement to my health and life in general.

So Happy New Year to you all! I hope for all of you it has been a good one so far :)

24 thoughts on “It’s 2023!

    • Thank you so much, although it wasn’t really a choice I was told it was happening. That said, hopefully it will be a good thing, although I’m going to have to figure out how to manage these hot flushes, they are driving me insane lol


  1. Awww I’m sorry but glad you’re no longer in danger health wise. I decided long ago I wasn’t going to have kids…even so I can imagine the loss you must be feeling and for that I am sorry. However, your health comes first so as long as you’re on the right side of the grass I’m happy♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️


      • I am doing better now. Since the discovery that my prediabetes is now actual diabetes . . . I mean, I really miss donuts. It’s under control now so that’s a relief. Hopefully, we’ll see each other around the blog soon!


      • Oh no, a life without donuts doesn’t sound like fun, it’s weird though, you’ll get used it in time more than likely.
        When things were back with the gallbladder I didn’t eat sweets for about a year, after a while I didn’t miss them. After surgery I wish I had never started eating them again, cos sugar is definitely an arse sometimes.

        I’m glad it’s under control now and you are doing well, having you around and living your best life is definitely worth more than donuts!!

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      • I agree. I found some sugar free sweets. but I could not start eating actual sweets again. It would be my downfall for sure. It was a scary situation for a day or so. I guess the sugar spike to 288 and I thought it was the end of me. I absolutely didn’t wanna go to the light yet. so thank goodness it didn’t go like that

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