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GRRR...the moody bug wont go away!!!!!! GRRR...the moody bug wont go away!!!!!!

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Unread 08-22-2004, 08:12 AM
GRRR...the moody bug wont go away!!!!!!

HI!!! How are you all???

Im just MOODY......thats whats wrong with me....

I had my hysterectomy <where I kept only 1 ovary> in November and I am STILL crying everyday, getting nervous everyday, and stuff is getting on my nerves every day....

this is not like me....:'( I am normally a happy person.....

not to mention the weight gain............this is terrible, my weight has sky rocketed & it does nothing to help my marraige as my hubby is skinny crazed & almost died when he found out what I weighed........

sigh..........

I just dont know what to do.....is this a normal part of post -hysterectomy????


*hugs*

thanks for reading.....


HELP!!!!!!
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Unread 08-22-2004, 03:30 PM
GRRR...the moody bug wont go away!!!!!!

Hi,

It is common after surgery even if you have one ovary still. It may be your ovary is not giving you all the hormones you need. You might consider see dr and having them run a FSH test to see if it is working up to par.

Have you tried exercise that helps moods and metabolism both. It has really helped me with these two problems as well.

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Unread 08-22-2004, 03:41 PM
GRRR...the moody bug wont go away!!!!!!

Oh, yea.....my hubby is really into fitness, so I try to go at least 2 x's a week when I can, thats all I can work in, but I work in a really busy field, so Im always on the go.....

I am going to try & ride it out until November <when I go back for my yearly> & then see what they do.......

the test they need to run that you were mentioning is called a FSH??? Is that what I need to ask for?


thanks for your advise, I appreciate it!
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Unread 08-22-2004, 04:10 PM
GRRR...the moody bug wont go away!!!!!!

The hormone FSH(follicle stimulating hormone) goes up as a sign that the ovary is making less estrogen. When you go to your dr ask him to test your FSH. The dr knows about this as that is what they check to see if someone is in menopause, which is when the ovaries don't produce anymore.

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Unread 08-22-2004, 04:37 PM
GRRR...the moody bug wont go away!!!!!!

I hear ya girl..it seems to be the ongoing theme for us LAVH'er and others. I have the one ovary..surgery three weeks ago and feel like crap! Sad..anxiety..the world is falling apart..etc.
Seems to be the common theme......and I hate it!
Good luck to you
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Unread 08-22-2004, 08:10 PM
GRRR...the moody bug wont go away!!!!!!

....sigh........

I am in prayer to the Good Lord that this passes for me soon. And I will be praying for you all as well..........

Is there anything you could suggest that I do to help until I get to the dr in nov?
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Unread 08-22-2004, 08:37 PM
GRRR...the moody bug wont go away!!!!!!

My suggestion?
Dont wait unit November. You call them and tell them how bad you are feeling!
You shouldnt have to put up with this for that long.

All of this is really weighing on my marriage.....Im gonna call to.
Im just afraid of being told..hon its only been 3 weeks..blah blah
Keep me posted. I think....was it better to be in pain then feel this way?

Hugs
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Unread 08-23-2004, 11:25 AM
GRRR...the moody bug wont go away!!!!!!

maybe we wont get the same blah, blah, blah.......sigh.....

I know that my dr. was really supportive b4/right after surgery, so maybe it will be the case now.......

I may call tom. to get an appointment........you are right, it is a long tiem to suffer....& thats just what it is..suffering........
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