I recently had a total hysterectomy done that remove my cervix, uterus and fallopian tubes. The surgery was set to only be an hour to an hour and a half long I ended up being in the operating room for more than four and a half to 5 hours the surgeon punctured my bladder and I was required to go home with a Foley catheter bag. Since the surgery I have been in massive amounts of pain I just don't feel right when they took the staples out last Friday. My future was still open after the staples being in for more than 12 days. I'm very confused how everything could have went so wrong so quickly with the surgery. The doctor had an absolutely terrible bedside manner and although I'm willing to look past the bedside manner I am concerned about the long-term effects on my bladder and the long-term effects of a hysterectomy that looks like someone cut me with kindergarten scissors. What are some of the things that I should question or look out for in order to make sure that my surgery was done correctly and professionally.
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