& Evan Cameron
Tubal reversal Sep 6,
Hello to every one. Thought I would drop a line to say we are home
and safe. We live in Missouri and drove to Tulsa and flew Friday
night at (6:51) from Tulsa our flight was delayed 40 min to Dallas
and then on to McAllen. I only had till 9:00 to eat so since our
flight was late had a quickie dinner in Dallas.
When we got to McAllen, I went into the bathroom and when I came out
Aimee was there with Evan ready to go. We were on our way to Rio
Bravo. We went right through the border no problems. We arrived at
around 12:00am to the hospital and Aimee got us all set up with the
paper work for my surgery then off to sleep we went.
About 6:00am the nurse came in and did my IV, had some trouble but
corrected it fast. 7:00am Dr. Levy came in ran through some things
with me, asked what I was allergic to and health problems etc. About
7:30 am they came to get me for surgery. The nurse rolled me in and
I climbed onto the table. They put me into a fetal position, and Dr.
Levy gave me meds to relax me and off to sleep I went. Other than
the rather humorous out bursts of "is that it?", "Are you my
husband?" and "I can feel that", I was out. Let me assure I could
not feel a thing. I have a tilted uterus, so he had to do a lot of
searching for my tubes. My husband was there the whole time and met
Dr. Perez but as for myself, I never met him. I mainly dealt Dr.
Levy. I ended up with 6cm on my left and 7 on my right. I had a cyst
on my left fallopian tube that he removed.
They fed my husband all meals with me and it was a good experience.
Dr. Levy gave us 80-90% chance of conceiving. I am home and a little
sore we have been on 4 planes and drove 6 hrs in the last 3 days
though so I think I am doing good for that. I will give full
testimony later. Only regrets is that we didn't have much chance to
visit with the other couple from the group (Lisa H) while there.
Evan & Kelly C