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Sleep was posted 08/31/2017 07:05 am by Betty
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Hi, I am 1 week post whipple surgery now and was discharged 4 days after surgery. I pain sees to be manageable, but I have acid reflux , insane bloating pain, and I can't seem to find any position that seems remotely comfortable to sleep in without feeling suffocating, sore to upper back or pressure on the wounds. I can't even sit without being in great deal of discomfort. Did you share any of the experiences as I have?? Did you have the CO2 around your rib cage and back ?

I would really appreciate any advices you could share with me. Thank you, Betty

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