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Unread 07-21-2004, 11:57 AM

Hi Everyone,

I had a TAH in 2002, then 6 weeks ago I had my right ovary along with some large cysts removed. The ovary they took out was stuck to my stomach and in some scar tissue. They decided to leave the left one alone because it was embedded in my bowel along with more scar tissue. I felt fine for the first 2 weeks and then developed a UTI. That seemed to clear up and then I developed a 6.6 cm complex cyst on the left side and there's blood in my urine as well. They said it will have to come out. I am really hoping they take the left ovary out this time and end all this. I am nervous about it being attached to my bowel though. My gyno. is out of town until Monday, so I am hoping it waits until then. I am in a lot of pain. Has anyone else experienced this? I wish they would've taken the ovaries out to begin with, but they didn't want to because of my thyroid problems and my age. Four surgeries in 3 years is too many!!!


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Unread 07-22-2004, 06:20 PM

Oh ((((Cindy))))) I'm so sorry you've been having such a hard time

I've only had one episode with an ovarian cyst and remember just how painful it was so can only imagine what you're going through. But I did want to send some s you way and to wish you the best of luck. Hopefully your doctor will have some good news for you, on Monday.

Please do keep us posted.

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