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    DD2 had surgery at 4 and 12months she was very sooky once she woke up but lots of cuddles and a bottle settled that. The hardest part is watching them be put to sleep. They usually ask if you want to take them into theatre or not.
    DD4 is having surgery next week we have been told no solids or formula after 230am, water and clear liquids until 6am and she needs to be at the hospital by 7am.

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    Thank you so much for all your responses,ladies! I have an idea of what to expect now. We have an appointment with the surgeon coming up soon,I'll be sure to ask as many questions as I can think of. It's great to know all your beautiful bubba's came through their surgeries okay!
    Still nervous as hell,and wondering how we'll go with the fasting....

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    Try not to worry about the fasting too much. We have been preparing bub for her op so have purposely been holding her breakfast out for the past 2 weeks which she hasn't been bothered with at all. I also plan to wake her at 230am to give her a bottle on the day of surgery. FX surgery runs on time!

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    Oh that's a good idea...hope her op goes well!


 

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