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Here we go again :( Here we go again :(

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Unread 04-06-2005, 03:21 PM
Here we go again :(

Well, Sisters...I'm back after about 2 years post hyst and have had problems ever since! I've been battling a multi-cystic ovary for the last two years. Tried treatment after treatment after treatment...they all worked...TEMPORARILY.

We even tried Lupron Depot. It caused more problems for me than it helped even WITH the add-back, so after a single month of it, they stopped the therapy.

I've had so many needles poked in me, been ran through the MRI, CAT Scan, and been probed by so many Intervaginal and External Sonogram machines I feel more like a science experiment that a person.

Finally, my new Doctor has decided that another surgery is inevitable. But, the difference between THIS time and the last is that Cancer is now in "the cards" and I'm scared to death...AGAIN!

I didn't have anywhere else to turn and you ladies were SOOO wonderful and helpful before AND after my Crowning, that I just HAD to come back.

So...as of April 18th...my road to recovery will start once again. He's going to open up the old scar the last doctor used to repair the internal hemoraghing (which is rather sizeable, unfortunately) and because of all of the scar tissue from the *counts* Good Heavans...5 major surgeries in the last 3 years...he says it will be a little more difficult and may take me from 4-6 weeks to recover.

I guess I should unpack "Fred" (My handy little pillow that wandered the hospital halls and was "plastered" to my tummy for the 8 weeks following my Crowning)

Thank you all for listening to be babble once again...I sure missed you!!

A very petrified,
Khalia
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Unread 04-06-2005, 06:50 PM
Here we go again :(

Hi Khalia
I am sorry to hear you are facing surgery again. I hope this surgery is your last one and they get it all.I can only imagine how scared you are. I know how it is to have so many medical issues after having the hyst. I've had 3 surgeries in less than 9 months.My hyster anniversary(#1) is coming up soon and have had problems every since.
I hope your recovery goes smoothly and is uneventful. The heating pad was my best buddy too and sometimes still is. I've been coming here every since my hyst and have received such great comfort and support. This site really makes a difference.
Good luck and I wish you well

s
Peggy
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Unread 04-07-2005, 08:54 AM
Here we go again :(

Wanted to say I have a close friend who was also told they suspected ovarian cancer and her cysts were all benign. I hope you receive a good report, too. Her docs had her and her husband scared to death. I feel for you and yours right now.

So, you are in my for your complete healing and peace of mind while you wait.

The wait alone would be getting to me, unless I could convince myself that if it were really serious they'd be rushing me in to the OR and not delaying until the 18th.

Please keep us posted on how you are and let us know what we can to do help!!!

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