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    When my sisters lil girl got hers put in, she did freak out when she came to. So my recommendation would be to make sure your there for loads of cuddles, reassurance and comfort as soon as you are physically allowed to be after the op.

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    Whoops...I forgot to add that I had mine put in when I was in prep. My dad (single parent) was there for me the entire time. The thing I remember the most at the hospital was that I got a new doll and dad took me out for dinner (just him and I) afterwards. I still remember how clearly I could hear and the whole operation ordeal was long forgotten pretty quickly.

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