‘I’ve been waiting for this day for so long’: Bypass surgery for menopause
With her husband and baby boy, Kelly was having trouble holding down a full-time job, and had to juggle her job, her health and a family to keep her family going.
But in the end, she was able to get a partial bypass surgery that allowed her to continue working from home and also to have her husband, Joe, who suffers from Parkinson’s disease, be able to see his daughter more often.
“It’s the best thing that’s happened to me in my life,” she said.
“But with this surgery, it’s like I can have the same life.””
But while Kelly was enjoying the benefits of a partial surgery, she had to keep an eye on the future. “
But with this surgery, it’s like I can have the same life.”
But while Kelly was enjoying the benefits of a partial surgery, she had to keep an eye on the future.
“For now, I’m focused on what we’re going to do,” she added.
“The surgery is going to take about three weeks, but we’ll see how it goes.”
In a previous interview with The Irish Sun, Kelly said she was not worried about being able to start a new career in the future and was ready to move on from her old job.
“I was doing my job and then my husband and I had a little bit of a problem with the medication, so I got a partial job,” she explained.
“So I was on my own for a while.
I wasn’t able to make my own living.””
But I got to the point where I didn’t need to work anymore, so the whole thing came to an end.”
And then it just hit me that I had to get some work done, so now I’m doing everything else, so hopefully I can start a career and do something.
“In 2016, Kelly had a partial mastectomy to reduce her risk of osteoarthritis, which can cause osteo-arthritis of the joints.
This caused her to miss the start of her third year at college and she has been on a long recovery journey since.”
After I had my mastectomy, I started to see my pain in my back.
I started going to the gym and doing stuff like that, but I still have osteo arthritis in my hip, which affects my mobility, so it’s hard to move around and get things done.
“It’s just the worst.””
Kelly has also struggled to find a job, despite being a student and full-timer.””
It’s just the worst.”
Kelly has also struggled to find a job, despite being a student and full-timer.
“For now I have no job.
I’m just not a professional anymore,” she told The Irish News.”
People tell me that if I had had a job when I was younger, I would have made it.”
Now I’m going through the motions.
I’ve been doing all of my normal things.
But if I can get a job somewhere, then I’ll be fine.
“Kelly said that the biggest challenge was finding the time to make friends and keep in touch with her former colleagues.”
To me, it seems like I’m the exception to the rule,” she continued.”
They’re always so nice, always encouraging me to do my thing, but it’s always so hard to keep up with all of them.
Kelly hopes to start an online job posting soon and hopes that her success with the partial mastectomies will inspire others to have their own surgeries.””
And so far, it feels like I’ve had to adjust to the reality that I don’t know who to talk to anymore.”
Kelly hopes to start an online job posting soon and hopes that her success with the partial mastectomies will inspire others to have their own surgeries.
“The main thing is to start networking and meet new people, and then if it’s good enough, then maybe you can be successful,” she concluded.