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Unread 06-10-2004, 03:35 PM
Different types of surgery to remove ovary

I just wanted to tell you to be sure to take it easy. I just had a laparoscopy for extensive adhesions 3 wks ago today. I started to feel much better within the first week and was cleared by dr. at 1 wk check. He said, "You can do anything you want!" I took that seriously and began to clean my house, including mopping and vacuuming. The pain started right back up again. I still try to get as much "lounging" in as I can because my insides are still sore. I won't complain too loud because the pain is minimal compared to what I had before surgery. But I wonder, if I hadn't touched the vacuum-mop-whatever so soon after the dr's. release, would I be pain free by now? Probably!!

Just please rest and take it easy. It will be worth it in the long run!
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Unread 08-01-2004, 08:22 PM
Different types of surgery to remove ovary

My hysterectomy was done Laperoscopically and since the doc had to cut the ovaries into little pieces to get them through a little incision, I'm, a mess now, with remnant lost in all the dense adhesions. Going for 13th surgery and it will be a lerger incision so he can get it all!!!!(New doc, by the way).
good luck and please talk to your dr. about your concerns. remnant can be left behind and regenerate, and cause more problems if they don't get it all.
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