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Re: Hospital stay for straightforward surgery?

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I guess it depends a lot on how easily you can sleep. I usually fall asleep easily but any noise is likely to wake me up... So I could not sleep after either of my surgeries in two persons room in a private hospital and was looking fwd very much to get home as soon as possible despite doctor's advise to stay longer, though sleeping was not the only factor.
I also have no problems falling asleep, but I was being repeatedly woken up in the middle of the night by babbling roommates . The nurses were pushing benzodiazepines for sleep, but really? How is that conducive to recovery to drug yourself some more?
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