I am sure will be in great hands tomorrow, fingers xxd all goes well for you.
From my own experience, they will keep you in for 1 or 2 days and you will have various drips/tubes attached along with the dreaded catheter.
Try to get out of bed as soon as you can just to get moving around the ward, awkward with all the attachments but it really important to get mobile. Physio will come to you to see how mobile you are and walk with you.
Catheter was not a nice experience for me but should be coming out @10 days post op and it will be a great relief when they take it out.
Best advice I got about lifting was nothing heavier than a filled kettle for the first week or two and then you will know if you can a manage anything more.
Use the laxatives they give as you will be bunged up for a few days, took me almost 5 days for my first bowel movement, just have to bear with it.
The self jabs are pretty easy but always make sure you pinch at least an inch of skin in your hand, nothing less otherwise you can get bruising and soreness + use different sites each time.
Eat light meals, cereal and soups etc. After a week or two treat yourself to some non-alcoholic lager (bud or heineken are actually quite good but need to be very chilled).
Sleeping is something that I found tricky as I nervous about stretching the catheter tube so experiment with different positions and you can use a pillow under your legs if that helps. Good idea to keep your legs elevated anyway.
Get up and about when you are home even if it just pushing a shopping trolley your the shops you must get as mobile as you can and stay active every day.
Once the catheter is out, try and avoid drinks like coffee/tea as they will make you pee more due to the caffeine.
Driving is a tricky one, my docs said none for 6 weeks, but I was driving very short journeys after a week and back at work after month which involves 30 mins driving each way. You will know if/when to start.
Finally, don't over do it, get plenty of rest as sleeping for me was tough once the catheter was out, in the bathroom almost hourly and it wears you down. Hopefully you might get longer gaps between bathroom visits. Accept you may get some mood swings, good and bad, all perfectly normal but just be aware for those around you.
Hope to hear from you soon and look forward to hearing how you progress.
All the best