0
 
Author: Sorting First Post on Top ↑ Message:
SIMPLELIFE2's Photo SIMPLELIFE2 Posts: 707
2/2/14 1:10 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
Follow doctor's orders. You just underwent major surgery. You can't rush things. Just watch your calories in and make sure you've adjusted your intake level for reduced activity if you had been consuming at the upper end to account for your exercise routine. Take care of yourself.

Check out my Facebook community and "like" my page -- Get Real Fitness Solutions www.facebook.com/pages/Get-Real-Fitn
ess-Solutions/748399768519937
AZULVIOLETA6's Photo AZULVIOLETA6 SparkPoints: (66,733)
Fitness Minutes: (74,443)
Posts: 3,293
2/2/14 12:51 P

Send Private Message
Reply
Stick with the walking.

I had a hysto a couple of years ago. I was able to get back to my fairly intense workout routine starting at six weeks, but things like sitting up and wearing pants hurt for many more months.

Just increase things steadily and don't give up.

Dances: salsa (standard/LA), casino, rueda de casino, cumbia Colombiana, cumba Mexicana, bachata, mambo, cha-cha-chá, merengue, reggaetón.

Dances to Learn in the future: flamenco, tango Argentino, samba, belly dancing, bhangra, danzón, Cuban rumba, ballroom rumba


 current weight: 212.0 
 
300
272.5
245
217.5
190
MLAN613 SparkPoints: (170,868)
Fitness Minutes: (164,850)
Posts: 11,066
2/2/14 9:37 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
:) I bet you can ask her what you can move up to when you are at that stage. Maybe you could even ask her now to give yourself a little hope while you wait.



YLORSE SparkPoints: (268)
Fitness Minutes: (90)
Posts: 59
2/1/14 8:50 A

Send Private Message
Reply
Thank you both. I guess I am just walking then. She said in a couple of weeks I could build up to other things as long as they were easy, but she didn't say what they were.

MISSRUTH's Photo MISSRUTH Posts: 3,809
2/1/14 8:35 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
I'd have to totally agree, that you need to listen to your doctor. I've known several people who had a hysterectomy and tried to do too much, too soon. And ended up really prolonging their recovery. They didn't do themselves any favors at all, over the long run.

Ruth in Cookeville, TN Central Time Zone


Promise me you'll always remember: You're braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think - Christopher Robin to Pooh


53 Days until:  Spring
 
100
75
50
25
0
MLAN613 SparkPoints: (170,868)
Fitness Minutes: (164,850)
Posts: 11,066
1/31/14 3:40 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
Since you just had a medical procedure, you really need to listen to your doctor's orders. And since you are concerned about exercising more whne allowed, you may want to discuss this with him/her and get a referral to a physical therapist. Any suggestions provided here may cause serious injury. And I would hate to do that to someone.



YLORSE SparkPoints: (268)
Fitness Minutes: (90)
Posts: 59
1/31/14 3:27 P

Send Private Message
Reply
I had a hysterectomy a little over a week ago. I can walk pretty good now (just not for long) so I am trying to walk around the house when I can. Next week I can start walking outside. It will be almost a month since I exercised by that time. How can I work out without hurting myself or impeding my recovery? The Dr. said for six weeks just walking but are there other things I can do or should I stick with the walking?

Page: 1 of (1)  

Report Inappropriate Post

Other Fitness and Exercise Topics:

Topics: Last Post:
Starting new.....tomorrow 12/8/2014 10:48:10 AM
cleaningg 1/25/2015 11:57:15 AM
What to do after Bootcamp 9/10/2014 1:46:36 PM
Cold Weather 11/24/2014 12:54:42 PM
Do you use the Spark Activity Tracker (the clip) 9/27/2014 1:06:43 PM

Thread URL: http://www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/messageboard.asp?imboard=6&imparent=32961997

Review our Community Guidelines





Diet Resources: chicory root gas | roasted chicory root | chicory root tea

x Lose 10 Pounds by March 9! Get a FREE Personalized Plan