So, I've been looking forward to the day coming for a while. Though I'm doing the surgery because it was my own idea and its what I want, when I'm at places like a wedding and hear comments from buddies saying, "dude your gonna be a domer in another year or 2!" It certainly makes me glad that I'm getting this done now.
My morning of surgery started with a 5:30 AM run since I won't be able to workout hard for about another week-10 days. I reported at 7:45 and they took me back to change
I woke up feeling good. I did take on percocet and 1 valium before bed. I was hesitent as I don't usually take pain medications, but I figured it would help me fall asleep quickeer and allow me to sleep on my back with my hed slightly elevated as requested (I'm usually a side sleeper). There was a bit of blood here and there which was to be expected and is why they give you a special pillow case to use for a few days.
I'm debating on taking some tylenol for some of the tightness I'm f