You can make some judgement of the status of the wounds inside you by how your stomach is healing. I was given 4 weeks of anti-DVT injections. Presumably that offers quite a buffer past a critical date. I'd be thinking, as said above, that your surgical wounds are fairly advanced in healing.
Another thought is that the big cut in the middle of my stomach was sore if strained for quite some time. If you got Covid and were coughing a lot it might be sore. Perhaps you can tell if it is sore when you lift things or if you get up from lying down now. Although in reality that's perhaps not a major thing. If she goes back next week it will make it about 2 weeks before you'd get it from her anyway and it will have healed more.
We're both retired but there are times when I try not to get too close to my wife in case one of us gets it from somewhere that seemed a bit iffy. Especially facing each other closely. Like a cold you never know where you got it anyway, but apparently according to ONS data being in groups of 6 or more increases your chances quite a lot.
Edited by member 25 Nov 2020 at 14:54
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