I'm in a wheelchair 24-7 and am wondering about travel time. I am planning to fly home the day after the procedure. I am wondering how I will feel the day after the procedure, so I am curious how others felt the day after the procedure?
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I think it depends on how much work they end up doing on you. If you are a simple case, with no complications, stents or special drugs, then you will not feel much except a little sore in the areas worked on.
But if you end up with stents and blood thinners, anticoagulant shots, you may feel tired or even wiped out. I hope you have someone with you on the trip both ways. If they do a lot of work, stay an extra day or two if you can afford it, it makes a difference, in your recovery too. JMO
Good Luck to you and a speedy recovery with tons of improvements.
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I felt fine the following day, it just so happened that I had a train ticket booked three days after it happened and a flight four, but I could have travelled that following day no problem.
I have a thrombosis on one side but, despite this I have felt real improvement. Quite a few symptoms have either cleared up or eased. The stiffness in my legs, the clonus and leg spasms have improved lots.
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