It Feels Like Your Insides Are Going to Fall Out
So yes, during the actual surgery, your insides can quite literally be placed out of your body (thanks for raising awareness, Bey!), but in the days immediately following, even the smallest movements — forget sneezing — can create the sensation that all of your organs are going to drop out of your incision.
As in, you are hunched over, trying to walk four feet to the bathroom, and all you can think about is your intestines falling onto the floor. For this reason, I wore an abdominal binder in the hospital and a Belly Bandit for weeks after the surgery to make everything feel more secure.