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Possible help for Endo growing back after Hysterectomy? Possible help for Endo growing back after Hysterectomy?

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Unread 07-06-2003, 11:50 PM
Possible help for Endo growing back after hysterectomy

Hello sisters, I'm sorry I have not posted in so long. I could not sleep tonight so I thought I'd come and visit. I am very angry about what I have been reading. I had a radical hyst. admen. in January. Long battle with endo. After surgery my doctor put me on Norethindrone for a year to make sure the endo. would not grow back because like most ladies it is on my bowel and who knows where else.
Now it has not been easy living with no hormones BUT my doctors have tried to balance that out with different anti-depressents. I am on two different kinds now but they seem to be helping with mood swings and headaches.
My point is I have no pain.
Just some food for thought.....check it out with your doc.
Good Luck, Angela
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Unread 07-07-2003, 10:58 AM
Possible help for Endo growing back after Hysterectomy?

Thanks for sharing your experience, Angela. I'm so happy for you that you are finally pain free. I so wish that it would be possible for all endo patients to find an answer. Even though I've never had to deal with the Endo Monster, I do know that many of our sisters have tried different approaches, to no avail. Hopefully, others will succeed in getting rid of that monster, once and for all.


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