Signs in the knees, signs in the feed, signs in the head
I am to have knee replacement on July 19,2023. My sign is Scorpio, is this a good time to be having the surgery done?
It is recommended by my doctor that I have a colonoscopy and upper GI in the last part of Oct. 2022 through first part of November2022. I am a Pisces. What would be the best date to schedule procedure.
I have to have surgery in the female (have a prolapse) bowel area soon. Sometime late September or October or November. I'm a Leo. So when is the best time to have the surgery. For least amount of bleeding / swelling / bruising. Thank you
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I am scheduled for rotator cuff surgery on December 21st, 2020. I am an Aquarius (2/16)... Is that a good dat for surgery?
Yes, it is! Although I am not an astrologer myself, and there are several ways to interpret medical astrology, here is my understanding: The shoulder and arms (and therefore, I’m thinking, the rotator cuff) is associated usually with Gemini. So, according to some astrological interpretations, you want to avoid when the Moon is in Gemini. Also, you should avoid when the Moon is a few days around full, as some people say that bleeding may be a little worse then and things might take a little longer to heal. So, on December 21, 2020, the Moon is in Pisces (this information is found on page 225 of the 2020 and 2021 Old Farmer’s Almanacs), which is a few signs away from Gemini, so that looks to be a good time, according to this interpretation. The full Moon will be on December 29, about a week away, so that also looks good. Looks like you should be all set, astrologically! Best wishes for a successful surgery and quick recovery!
Oh thank you for this explanation. My daddy always went by this girl every surgery he and mom had. I wished I’d listened a bit closer but I was sure he’d said you did not want the sign to be in the part of the body you were having surgery. This was so helpful! Thanks again.