Hey guys, I underwent surgery to remove my appendix last week and so far it has been killing me in school. I'm in my second year of university (first year in my new program though) taking calculus, linear algebra, physics and biology. Before I had surgery I was doing quite well in all of my classes, however because I need to recover I haven't been able to attend any classes for a week now and calculus is starting to kick my ass. To make it worse the pain killers I am taking, which I have been cutting down on but I still need them every once in a while, make me very light headed and spacy making it very hard to do homework and retain anything I read. I talked to registration, they suggested I drop some classes, however because of finances I really don't want to be forced into doing an extra semester of school. I am expected to miss 1-2 weeks of school.
I was wondering if anyone has any experience with this, if you guys have any online resources you could suggest or any other methods that could help, or just make me laugh.
tldr: I had surgery, have missed one week, will probably miss another week, struggling in a couple uni classes, anyone have suggestions on methods to help me stay on top of classes.
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kiwisdontbounce, April 7 2009