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Unread 03-30-2004, 07:14 PM
Fallopian Tube Prolapse

I visited my Dr. yesterday after experiencing pain and bleeding during intercourse. She said I have a prolapsed Fallopian tube. I will have to have more surgery, which is a major disappointment. My TVH was in June and I thought Id make it the year without any problems. She said it is very rare...is there anybody else out therer going through this?
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Unread 03-30-2004, 10:43 PM
Fallopian Tube Prolapse

Hi JohnnaLyn It is rare, but we've had a few ladies come through here with a prolapsed fallopian tube. Here's a good thread to check out:

https://www.hystersisters.com/vb2/sho...threadid=75642

Is your repair surgery scheduled yet? Hopefully it won't be a very long recovery compared with the hyst, and you can get on with your life afterwards (finally!).

Hang in there!
s,
-Linda
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Unread 03-31-2004, 09:18 PM
Fallopian Tube Prolapse

Thanks for the link. I do have additional surgery scheduled for the 27th of April. I was told it would be taken care of vaginally, but you know how that goes. I actually work with another woman who had the same problem. My Dr. said it was her first case in 9 years and her partner only had one in 20 years. I guess I just got lucky! I think I'll go buy a lottery ticket tomorrow.
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Unread 04-28-2004, 08:54 PM
Fallopian Tube Prolapse

I had my surgery yesterday. It was a breeze. It took less then a half hour and I'm in very little pain. I have two more days off and then I am back to work. I have lifting restrictions and of course my love life is on hold for another six weeks. I am so glad to know what was causing my pain. I feel much better knowing that I am well on my way to recovery... again!
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Unread 04-28-2004, 10:34 PM
Fallopian Tube Prolapse

(((JohnnaLyn))) Yay! It's great to hear your surgery and it went so well. I'm assuming they were able to do it vaginally after all? When I had to have another vaginal surgery a few months after my hyst it was a breeze, too, nothing like the hyst either in terms of the surgery itself or the recovery.

It's nice to hear you're now on the road to a full recovery
s,
-Linda
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Unread 02-04-2005, 09:43 AM
Fallopian Tube Prolapse

hi ladies! I was redirected here from another board and I am soooo glad!! I know your posts were a year ago, but I just found out yesterday that I have a FTP. My doctor tried that brown stuff (I forget what its called) and said it will help for a while. He gave me 2 recommendations. 1. "freeze" it or 2. laparoscopy to remove it. I'm not sure which I would rather do, so anymore info you can give me is greatly appreciated. I was having spotting and pain after sex and my TVH was 5 mo ago (sept 2, 2004) The symptoms started about 9 weeks post-op but It progressively got worse. My doc told me its very rare adn hes only seen it a couple times! The nurse even said "I gotta see this!" and leaned in to have a look... it was funny! So, if I do the freeze in the office, how long is recovery?? Ive had a lap before for my endo - is the recovery time the same?? We didnt discuss it w/ the doc yesterday - just my options. I told him I wanted to see if the stuff he put on it worked first. Thanks for your help!! Also, can you tell me how have you been since your procedure, and did it happen again????
~Chris
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