I personally got my surgery on a Monday, got out of the hospital the very next day, and returned to work one week later.
Yes, I was sore. Yes, I was tired. I took a nap every day on my lunch break at work. It took a few weeks before I felt like "myself" again... I want to say maybe six weeks total. But overall, it wasn't bad.
There are some hormone issues to start. You may well feel tired for a little while. That is normal. When you go through a major surgery, MOST people feel a little tired and take a little while to recover. It won't last forever, but it will happen, most likely.
Agreed that if you eat correctly, get your protein and fluids in, and take your vitamins right out of the box, it is much, MUCH better. Follow the rules. You will absolutely regret it if you do not.
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