Your Recovery From Surgery
Following your surgery, you will spend some time in the recovery room. A nurse will be with you to take your vital signs and give medications to ease your discomfort.
Once you have been moved from the recovery room to your own hospital room, a nurse will continue to assist you with keeping your pain level under control, and will help you with:
- Turning in bed
- Deep breathing exercises
- Leg exercises
- Bowel and bladder function
You will also want to review our self-help tips after surgery during your stay.
Your recovery will continue even after you go home. Your nurse will give you detailed instructions to follow. These may include instructions on eating, drinking, physical activity and exercise. If you still have questions about medications or personal care, or need advice to deal with your feelings, don’t hesitate to call your doctor or Woman’s for advice.