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Unread 06-06-2003, 01:27 PM
Unstable more ways than one

I had my total hysterectomy in March. Since then I have been having difficulties with medications I have been on for a very long time before surgery. It seems the medications aren't working as well or I am developing problems related to the medications. The conditions the medications treated have also been very unstable. Conditions & illnesses I have not had to deal with for years have become troublesome. Of course in the midst of this I'm trying to cope with the changes brought about by the surgery. Has anyone else struggled this way? I feel the path to the doctor's office is becoming well woren & I don't see an end to it yet. Surgery solved some big problems but now I have this body that is reacting in a whole new way. Am I the only one?
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Unread 06-06-2003, 05:33 PM
Unstable more ways than one

Hi 1Kat

This surgery does impact us physically and biochemically..and it takes awhile for our bodies to recover and become balanced again. The way your body was before hyst is not the same one you are living in now. For me, it took me a good 8 months to start feeling "normal" again. You didn't mention what meds you are on and for what conditions....but it's good that you are continuing to work closely with our doctor.

I hope you find a solution soon and start feeling better. In the meantime, know that you have a lot of support here.


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