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Recovery - Day 3

It was certainly an interesting day. I got up this morning early and felt refreshed for the first time since the surgery. I had woke up in the middle of the night and put more ice into the pack and slept with it on my genitals.

Recovery - Day 2

I woke up this morning sore, uncomfortable, and grumpy. I slept rather restlessly because it was very difficult to get comfortable. As soon as I was awake I retrieved a fresh bag of ice from the freezer, brushed my teeth, and sat back into bed on the ice. I feel gross.