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Unread 09-29-2003, 12:52 PM
Hi Everyone,need comfort like so many others

I have not posted in along time ,I get very little time on the computer, even my laptop they(kids) take over to well and I guess I let them spoiled LOL !!!!tee heehee . I had to go back tothe
doctor this past tuesday , I told my Gyno that I was having
pain with being intament with hubby last May but she told
me that I was probably still healing but this has gotten worse
I had a ct scan on fri. and they found a mass on my collen
this they think is what was left of the endo and I don't
have any thing to feed off of ,had a total hysterectomy and all I can think of this is feeding off of my hrt. I go to Dr. on wed
I need lots luck and pray for me I'm really scared that they will say
surgery again for the third time in one year .
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Unread 09-29-2003, 02:16 PM
Hi Everyone

Dear Tammy,

I am sorry to hear you are once again having trouble and pain!

I do hope your doctor appointment goes well on Wednesday.

If you had endo, it is possible that HRT can feed any endo tissues that were left after your hysterectomy.

Hopefully your doctor will be able to suggest a non-surgical way to try to resolve the problem.... but sometimes that is not always possible. A recent post from another HS said her doctor was taking her off all HRT to see if a pelvic mass would shrink on it's own without the need for surgery.

Keep us posted!!


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