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LMAO!! I thought something terrible had happend to you lol!!!!

SHART!??!?! Had never heard that 1.

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Lmao. Sure it happens all the time at hospitals but really how many times do you sh*t yourself? I can't imagine that happening to me, I'd go bright red and then asked to be transferred to another hospital just so I don't run into any of the nurses lol. Geez I really hope this doesn't happen to me - I'm gonna be paranoid and sitting on the loo the entire time now =S

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Believe it or not, it happens LOTS! Depends in part on what your preop diet was and if you are sensitive to the anesthesia. I had this issue at home, luckily!, but not until three or four days post op. It lasted for days - and no warning either! Thank goodness my son is tolerant and helped me clean up the chair I'd been sitting in!

By the way, that was a funny,runny post!:lol:

Barbara :biggrin:

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And I've had the opposite happen. After being constipated and miserable, I felt like I had to go and went flying to the bathroom. I let er rip and all that happened was a lot of hot air. What a disappointment!!! LOL

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LOL! Same thing happened to me -- they had to change my sheets, my nightgown, everything! I started to cry, I was so embarrassed, but the nurse's aide said it happens all the time!

It went away the next day.

Thanks for sharing :confused_smile:

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Oh thank goodness, I thought this was going to be another doom and gloom thread!

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told you it happens a lot :confused_smile:

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I had my lap band surgery on June 13 and it went amazingly well. When I woke up in the PACU I thought for some reason they hadn't been able to place the band because nothing hurt! Anywhere! I started feeling around for bandages and the nurse saw me and asked what was wrong and laughed when I told her, and she confirmed that I had gotten a band.

An hour later after I got to my room I asked to get up and pee, so the nurse unhooked me, and since I was up already I went ahead and started walking laps. Then I went back to bed and slept some. I had to go to Xray to get the swallowing test, and I wanted to walk back to my room. The assistant that was with me tried to say, "no, you have to ride in the wheelchair", but I told her I was supposed to be walking, so couldn't I walk now? So she agreed, and walked back with me. So until three in the morning I had the same routine--pee, walk and sleep about two hours. Here's the warning part--at three am I thought I had to fart so I cut loose--and it wasn't just gas!!:smile: Omigod what a mess! In ALL the reading I've done about my surgery NO ONE has mentioned this!!! I don't remember sharting as being a possibility!! So forgive me for being crude, but I feel it's my civic duty to warn y'all!!!!

:tt2::lol::biggrin::lol::tongue2::lol::thumbup::lol::thumbup::lol::thumbup::lol::smile::lol::smile::lol:

I't is too early to laugh this hard.....:biggrin2::biggrin2:

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You got it out easy!!! I had the opposite problem and spent half the day after my surgery on the pot trying to have a bowel movement that was like passing a lead ball. I had to use and enema even. I cried it hurt so bad.

On the up side...I was in the privacy of my own home - hee hee!:rolleyes2:

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MCSteph, it took me almost two weeks before I could go. And, I hear you on the crying girl, I cried like a baby it hurt so bad!!

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Wow, I wish someone had told me before my surgery about sharting. Here's what happened to me. I was sound asleep, and I woke up to something ooozing from my butt. Yep, it was mushy poop. It was all over the bed. I was crying and my husband was laughing so hard he actually fell on the floor. Mine too also happened around 3 am. Must be something about the hour.

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Hahahahahahaha!! I'm laughin my butt off here. My "shart" experience was at work a couple weeks after banding. :smile: Thankfully it was only a small amount. But that horrible slimy feel between the cheeks as you waddle as fast as you can to the nearest bathroom... oh my!!:redface:

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