The only thing is I'm still extremely lightheaded, forgetful, and dizzy. For example, just unloading the dishwasher is a frustrating process where my brain doesn't seem to keep up with where my hands and body are. I'm dropping dishes and banging into cupboards and drawers.... I'm always dizzy but never this much! I've also had trouble recalling memories, such as how to play a favourite video game that I've spent HOURS playing in the past (Minecraft), or the plot of some of our favourite TV show episodes (Dr Who) that I've seen several times. My ability to focus on something is also worse than usual, to the point that I've had a lot of trouble writing blog posts because it is really difficult to go back and read what I've just wrote. I'm aware that my sentences are a bit more ramble-y than usual but I don't know how to go back and fix them at the moment. It's a weird and slightly frustrating experience.
But I've heard that sometimes general anesthesia can do that to people, even days after the procedure...? I see my surgeon next week so I can ask him more then.
In the mean time, I will leave you with a fact about Dysautonomia, in honour of Dysautonomia Awareness Month 2014.