I am having wedge surgery to remove a lung nodule. Doctor suggested I could return to work in a week. Does that make sense?
- AmarettaLv 73 weeks ago
Your doctor is the expert on this. Why are you asking here?
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
You will normally be able to drive two to four weeks after your surgery.
Always check with your insurance company first. In some instances it may be
necessary to inform the DVLA.
If when you first drive you find it difficult due to pain and restrictions in your
mobility, then leave it for a few days before trying again.
It is always a good idea to take a competent driver with you the first time you
Returning to work
Depending on your job and how quickly you recover you will need approx two
to four weeks off work. If you have a very physical job you may need a bit
longer. Please ask for advice before you leave hospital.
If you need a medical certificate please ask for one before going home.
You may need to get further certificates from your GP.''
- 4 weeks ago
I'm a psychologist, so I mostly sit and talk to people. Have to use laptop for note taking and to write reports.
- David B.Lv 74 weeks ago
Unless your job requires strenuous physical activity I don't think it sounds wrong.
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- SwisstrotterLv 74 weeks ago
It's a YES from me ...
- RobinLv 74 weeks ago
far too long just go in the next day