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Unread 05-23-2004, 08:43 AM
Pain still after 1 yr

Morning ladies!

I see we're all still experiencing some type of pain and just wanted to know if anyone is experiencing what I am. I have one lone ovary remaining. I noticed if I don't to take my premarin (vaginal cream) 2 days in a row, I have "period" like cramps. I've been taking the premarin for at least 8months (tried estrace, got the worse yeast infection). Now my lower back is bothering me and sometimes if I make a sudden move I have a sharp pain on my left side(where my lone ovary is). Is anyone elses vaginal cuff still sensitive during sex? I am going to make an appointment with my Dr. but thought I'd ask you ladies anyway.
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Unread 05-23-2004, 03:50 PM
Pain still after 1 yr

Oh ((((sweetie)))) I'm so sorry you're still dealing with all these issues this long after your surgery

I'm relieved that you are planning to book some time to see your doctor Some of the symptoms, if not all of them, you're having sound like they may stem from hormonal unbalance. Even the vaginal cuff aching after sex could be sign of vaginal dryness!!! It could also be a sign that there is still some healing left to do and your doctor might want to give the healing a little push in the right direction.

Also, be sure to mention your back pain: any new pain should be reported to your doctor, as it could be something that needs to bee attended to.

Sending lots of healing s your way. Please keep us informed.

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