and welcome! I know there have been people here who have done that successfully. I think they were very well prepared beforehand, as they couldn't send household helpers out for ice at 3:00am!
I myself would hate to be faced with that. I have an anxious outlook on my operated-on self, which would make me a blubbering wreck if alone. But that's me. You will be mobile but exhausted when you arrive home. You'll be able to get to the toilet, get to the kitchen, collapse gently into your recliner, bed, or sofa. You will get lots of hints about setting up "recovery central". The easier it is to reach everything you need, the happier you will be. Because you will be so very tired! Lean in to that fatigue-- your body is expending all its energy on the mechanics (physical-ics?) of healing.
I would say make sure you are given a week's worth of pain meds. As I recall, you have to pick them up in person. Maybe Doordash or Uber can do that for you, but they weren't that ubiquitous 10 years ago.
Around here there is an organization called Seniors Helping Seniors. You may decide to be a senior for post-op purposes, and find such an organization, from whom you can schedule a bit of help a couple of hours every few days.
All the best with your journey!