Bed vs Sofa
I'm not surprised about the night sweats; my hormones went wacky about a week after my surgery. I have PCOS and don't normally get periods, but they returned with a vengeance. I think it has something to do with estrogen that is stored in your body fat being released as you start to lose weight.
I slept on the couch for a few days too. My lower back and bum got really sore from the hospital bed, and it took weeks for the pain around my tailbone to go away.
Keep your chin up, and take care!
Maybe with more pillows in the bed and less covering you'll be able to sleep in the bed.
on 1/9/21 11:11 am, edited 1/12/21 7:19 pm
I think the first two-three weeks are the hardest for everyone. I was lucky to have a reclining sofa (we bought it here just before the surgery), so I slept there. Actually, I tried to sleep next to my husband, but no one could sleep at all. Though I took naps in bed during the day.