Surgery List

  • June 2007 – Total Abdominal Hysterectomy
  • October 2010 – Oophorectomy & Adhesiolysis ( Ovaries and Abdominal Adhesions removed)
  • November 2011 – Rectopexy ~ Repair of internal bowel prolapse and rectocele
  • September 2012 – Redo Rectopexy repair
  • February 2013 – Incisional Hernia Repair
  • November 2013 – Permanent Sigmoid Colostomy
  • October 2014 – ORIF – An open reduction and internal fixation (ORIF) is a surgery used to fix broken bones. In my case pathological midshaft transverse femur break left le
  • June 2015 – Removal of interlocking screw above left kne
  • August 2015 – Insertion of static screw above knee to stabilise delayed healing femur break
  • October 2015– Replacement screw surgery – dynamic interlocking screw inserted to encourage healing activity at femur break
  • February 2016– Internal bone grafting & screw removal in left femur at break site to encourage healing ( original plan was to replace entire rod in femur with new thicker rod but the surgery failed as the hardware had fused and could not be removed)
  • April 2016– ORIF surgery right femur – rod inserted into right femur as break in that leg was imminent due to bone marrow fibrosis
  • September 2016 – Insertion of interlocking screw into the rod above left knee to encourage mid shaft femur to heal
  • November 2018 – L4/L5 Laminectomy and Decompression Surgery
  • March 2019 – Repeat L4/L5 Decompression Surgery, Facectomy, and biopsy
  • September 2019 – Radiofrequency Neurotomy L3 to S1
  • September 2021 – Radiofrequencu Neurotomy L3 to S1
  • September 2021– Insertion of interlocking screw into the rod above right knee due to stabilise the rod as new right femur fracture discovered
  • March 2023 – Laparotomy and re-siting of stoma from Sigmoid colostomy to Transverse Colostomy, due to large abdominal wall separation and small bowel herniation.

3 thoughts on “Surgery List

    1. Thank you so much. I’m so sorry you have had a similar journey. I hope and pray your body will begin to behave for you and you can avoid more surgery too. Thanks for commenting xx

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