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Discussion: You sound better

in: Swampfox; Swampfox > 2016-04-29

Apr 29, 2016 5:09 PM # 
and by that I mean that your writing has returned to that more typical of Swampfox
Apr 29, 2016 7:16 PM # 
So, is your trainer the kind that's on rollers, or the kind that attaches to the back wheel? I can imagine keeling over to the left could be really, really unpleasant.

Glad to hear all went well. Sounds like you even recovered from the anesthesia pretty quick - from my vague memories of my last bout, I slept for most of the 24 hours post-surgery and wasn't very mobile or coherent for the following 24.
Apr 29, 2016 8:00 PM # 
I have an upright spinning type bike trainer which is what I mostly use, but also one that attaches to the back wheel. I'll be using the former.

Probably recovery from anesthesia i s very individualistic and depends on the type and amount of anesthesia, how long the procedure lasts, and the person. At least in my 3 experiences with anesthesia in recent years, I've had none of the adverse side effects/problems (nausea, etc.) that some other people have. Thankfully!

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