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Post by prettyhurts on 9th February 2017, 4:00 pm

Hi all! wavey  I've been a lurker for a while, but I will be starting a new job in September which means I will finally be able to afford the BA so I'm officially starting my journey :)

I need some advice RE time off...the job I am doing is a training contract so for the first year it is very intense studying. We have to take holidays when they tell us, which I think are each a week long (a bit like half term).

What I'm worried about is that I will most likely have unders, which I know take longer to recover from. Do you think it's risky having the op on a Monday knowing I will have to be back in college the following Monday? The course is very intense with exams every couple of weeks, and students usually have 3 hours of homework every night and need to do about 8 hours at the weekend to keep up, so there'd be no way I could "take it easy" when I got back.

Do you think I'll be OK, or do I need to wait a year till the course is over?

Thank you for any advice  Smike
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Post by melloumaw on 10th February 2017, 2:31 pm

hi there, i really think a week is pushing it, i had 2 weeks off initially, then i took a further week, this was still too soon really, and that was with restricted duties
all the best mel x

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Post by prettyhurts on 11th February 2017, 11:44 pm

Ah that's what I was dreading
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Post by prettyhurts on 11th February 2017, 11:45 pm

Woops message cut off...thanks for your help
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Post by melloumaw on 12th February 2017, 8:31 am

i do work in a physical job though, so i suppose it depends on what you do

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Post by Loulou1 on 21st February 2017, 1:22 pm

I agree, I'm 2 weeks in now. The first week I did nothing. I was 2 weeks in Monday and I'm now still hurting and sore.
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Post by mrskelly on 22nd June 2017, 9:30 pm

Hi there, it's. Wen a while since I was last on here I had mine done 29th December and was back at work on 3rd January. I only work in an office so nothing strenuous. I recovered quite quickly but everyone is different. I've read a lot of people's recoveries on here and I don't think any two are the same. You will know when you are ready. Xx
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