Life Behind the Scalpel

Life Behind the Scalpel

In  today's digital age, they often say that if you're not on social media, you're nowhere. Well, consider this my grand entrance.

I am not just any surgeon; I specialize in pediatric surgery. My patients range from newborns to young adults, and I am deeply passionate about my work.

The joy I derive from my profession is not merely from the surgical procedures themselves, though I do find them enthralling. It's the smiles on the children's faces, the sighs of relief from their parents, and the sheer satisfaction of witnessing their recovery and helping them reach their milestones.

Being in the operating theater is an experience like no other. There's a unique ambiance – the sterile scent, the bright lights, the precision instruments laid out in preparation. It's not always pristine; surgeries can be intense, sometimes even chaotic.

Surgery, to me, is more than just a job. It's a delicate blend of art and science. Each procedure has its own rhythm, its own challenges. Sometimes it feels like crafting a masterpiece, and at other times, it's a fierce battle for a life, an organ, or even one's own composure. The suspense lingers until the very end, as the outcome remains uncertain until the last stitch is in place.