A laporoscopy is considered noninvasive surgery, and in truth it was noninvasive. I was up and around and back to work in two weeks. Yay for Dr. B! He is the best NaPro Surgeon on the east coast—eh, I think he may be the only one. Regardless, my recovery time was quick, my stitches healed within a week. I was back to work within 2 weeks. Standard recovery time with another surgeon is anywhere from four to six weeks. So yeah you could say NaPro Technology wins with recovery time from surgery as well as results!
You would think that all would be well to try again since I recovered so fast, but not so. Dr. C. requested that we wait for two cycles after surgery to allow my body to heal. This was difficult for us as a couple since I felt the best I had in literally years.
The only change after surgery was that I got tired faster than I ever had. It took a while, but I was back to my normal energy levels about three weeks after getting back to work. And by week four, I was less tired than before surgery. I was able to get through the day without pain medication, my mood had improved and, I just felt like myself again!
I got lots of questions from friends and family. They asked: “How could you have this for so long without knowing it? How did you recover from your laporoscopy so quickly?” And my favorite, “How long before you can get pregnant?” I wish I knew the answer to the first and the last questions, but I don’t. I know it will take between nine and twelve months for my immune system to get back to normal, but I can feel my health improving day by day.