JY0

Forced cigar hiatus....surgery next week

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Get better soon! The wait will make the first cigar that much better.

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Good luck with the surgery JYO. Wishing you a speedy and 😷pain free recovery. Let us know what you chose for your "after surgery " cigar.👍

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Wishing you a successful surgery and a speedy recovery!!

Get plenty of rest, and create a line-up of the first few cigars you'll have to celebrate your full recovery! 💪

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Get better soon. And wishing you an easy rehab. 

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Good Luck JYO. It'll all be worth it when you're recovered and able to sit back, relax and have that first beauty. Got a specific special one planned already?

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Good luck! I'm sure the first cigar you can have will be great.

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I had a discectomy and fusion with a cadaver bone about 3 years ago on c5-c6. I quit smoking cigars and drinking for about 1 month before and 5 months after surgery. Not that hard because I knew that it was important. Get on your feet as soon as you can. I walked 5 minutes 5 times a day starting the day after surgery and increased it a minute every day. Doctor encouraged it and I have a degree in Exercise Physiology so was insistent on doing something besides laying in bed.

Good luck and it's worth it!

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Good luck with it all !

Keep in touch post surgery and let us know how you are going.

When you eventually do get back to a cigar, join us on FOH zoom herf. We will celebrate with you!

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Thanks for the kind words all, really appreciate it! 

 

Thanks Rob, I'll 'see' you in a few months.

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Good luck, JY0.  Wishing you a speedy recovery.

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My wife told me that if I don’t make it you guys have to come get my stuffed Aristocrat MPlus. 🤣

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Good Luck! & Speedy Recovery To You!

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Will definitely have a cigar for you on Wednesday. Speedy recovery to you ,fun times ahead . Looking forward to hearing about your progress.

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Man, good luck with the surgery, Jeff. I know all will go well. Keep us posted. 

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Good luck fella, and here is hoping for a speedy recovery!

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Wishing you a speedy recovery and cheers to a pain free (hopefully) future once you're healed! 

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Well, I lived. Home from the hospital yesterday. Settling into our new routines. Surgery was hardest than expected. The nerve compression was much tighter than expected...more Nerve pain in recovery than expected. Nerve pain sucks.  I’m managing the pain well, weening off the hard stuff starting tomorrow. 
 

I'm up walking (with a walker) as much as I can. Trying to do 5–10 minutes each time. I definitely feel the most releif after walking  

I miss the sticks but I’ve got too much invested in his surgery to screw-it up. 
 

this surgery cost BCBS $955K. Our system is so broken. For that money the food should have been far better. 
 

take care all. 

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Wishing you a speedy recovery, sir!

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Hope you have a successful and quick recovery!

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