During your hospital stay, it is normal to miss your siblings.
What you shouldn't do:
The worst thing you might do is have your siblings come visit you. I know this sounds bad but there is a reason for this advice. In the hospital there are all sorts of things going on. In your room, there could be tons of tubes, cords and stuff hooked up to you. This will make it seem like you are more sick than you actually are. For you, seeing these tubes might be normal but it could scare your brothers or sisters. It is also very hard for your brothers and sisters to leave you, after missing you for so long.
But, if you really want them to visit, then make sure you wait until you have recovered a bit. I understand if you want your brother or sister there and that is okay. So, if you choose to have them visit, make sure that you wait a couple days (usually three or four) until they visit. This will ensure that you feel better and look better when they see.you. You do not want to have your siblings there when you feel sick and just want to rest -- that is bad for them and you. You also do not want them there when you are in pain and look bad -- this will make it seem like you are sicker than you actually are which is also not good.
My personal experience:
When I was in first grade, my mom decided that it would be smart to have my two brothers, Henry and Christopher, come visit me. This was the worst idea ever. They got to the hospital and became freaked out. I had all these tubes and wires and stuff going on that made them really scared and think I was much sicker than I actually was. When it was time to leave, they did not want to go. They had missed me so much and finally got to see me, but had to leave. They were crying a lot, then I started to cry a lot and then there was screaming when my grandparents made them leave. That was the last time my brothers visited me in the hospital.
What you can do instead:
Instead of bringing them to the hospital, have them Skype or FaceTime with you. This not only saves time but makes it easier for everyone. They don't have to see all the stuff that is going on and that could make them scared. Also, when a sibling calls or Skypes, make sure he or she doesn't ask too many questions. It's nice for the patient to have some time without questions. Doctors and nurses will ask questions all the time so it's nice to have a break and just talk with your family.
Moral of the story:
It is normal to miss your siblings and other family in the hospital. But, having your loved ones visit you in the hospital is not the best idea. Your loved ones might become confused by all the wires and tubes that you have in your room and become worried and believe that you are actually sicker than you are. This will just make the whole situation worse. Just try using Skype or FaceTime to communicate with your family members. This way, you avoid all the drama that a hospital visit would create. But, if you really want them to visit, then make sure you wait a couple days after your surgery so you look and feel better. This will make their visit a lot better and more enjoyable.