OO I am so tired today! They removed my catheter yesterday morning but last night my bladder decided not to wee as iI should so twice they had to come and drain me. Every time i wee they use an ultra sound to check how much is left in my bladder.


Today I’m trying to relax, walk a lot and wee as much as i can to try to avoid getting a catheter put in again, I’m so sore and worried so please pray that my water works kick in and empty as it should!

 

 

 

Gud så trött jag är! Dom tog bort min kateter igår morse men i natt bestämde sig min blåsa för att inte kissa så dom fick tömma mig två gånger. Varje gång jag kissar måste dom kolla med ultra ljud hur mycket urin är kvar i blåsan.

Idag försöker jag slappna av, gå mycket och kissa så mycket jag bara kan för att undvika att få en kateter igen, jag är så öm och orolig så håll tummarna att kisseriet kommer igång och jag tömma som jag ska själv!

7 thoughts on “Catheter troubles

  1. You have ULTRASOUND to measure how much is left in your bladder? Wow. That’s POSH! I had to pee in a cardboard “hat” and the nurses would come and collect it and measure it. I also had to record, on my obs chart, how much fluid I drank. I imagine a poor nurse, sitting with a calculator, working out pee vs. fluid intake for every post-surgical patient! No wonder our nursing staff have so little time!

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  2. You have ULTRASOUND to measure how much is left in your bladder? Wow. That’s POSH! I had to pee in a cardboard “hat” and the nurses would come and collect it and measure it. I also had to record, on my obs chart, how much fluid I drank. I imagine a poor nurse, sitting with a calculator, working out pee vs. fluid intake for every post-surgical patient! No wonder our nurses have so little time!

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    1. Haha yes I know it’s crazy! They measured everything I drank and I had to wee in a pot so they could measure that and then they also checked with ultrasound how much was left in my bladder haha was crazy!

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