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Unread 06-10-2001, 08:46 AM
Sorry Ladies...kind of gross :)

Just a quick question for you ladies on the road...I've been having ovulation pain off and on since my LAVH/BSO....I know strange considering I don't have my ovaries anymore Well I noticed last night and today that I am having a discharge that is very similar to when I was ovulating. I'm starting to wonder if my surgeon left them in there.

So, I'm just wondering if any of you have ever experienced this before?

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Unread 06-10-2001, 09:22 AM
Sorry Ladies...kind of gross :)

Hi Judy,

That is a very good question. I have wondered the same. I am experiencing the same like you too but I still have contunued tenderness above the incision line. You still can not press too hard or the pain is searing. I have an ultrasound coming up on June 26th. I guess our body is still trying to clean itself out with the internal stitching and the healing of all those cuts that took place. I have no cervix as he took that too. Strange but I am going to wait for a year as I know on the average it takes about a year for your body to heal totally 100%. You may feel differently about this. I don't know. :big cry: I try to keep calm and thing positively about this. When I find out about my results of the ultrasound, then I can decide whether to cry or to laugh.

to your way, Dale
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Unread 06-10-2001, 09:37 AM
Sorry Ladies...kind of gross :)

Dale,

Thanks for responding to my post! I think this discharge is probably the least of my worries (just weird!)...as I too have on-going pelvic pain that hasn't let up, and just seems to be getting worse.

Hey, we'll have to compare notes on the 26th...I'm meeting with a new gyn in hopes that she will do a lap. I know what you mean about waiting the year...but I know my body so well...and this pain is just like the pain I had before my hyst., so I'm guessing adhesions...ugh!

Anyway my fellow Canadian...I wish you all the best with your ultrasound, and hope that you find some answers to your pain.

Sending 's right back at ya
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Unread 06-10-2001, 09:52 AM
Sorry Ladies...kind of gross :)

Hi, my old GP in Vancouver told me that he is suspecting that the endometriosis may have returned. Doc here in Kamloops does not think so. My Gyn ordered an ultrasound and told me to go for physiotherapy. He thinks that the wall is weak. I felt like setting a fire but we do need to look at all alternatives before I start anything. I live near Kamloops so I will start with that. If no luck then I will go back to my old GP and go from there in the big city of Vancouver. I am hoping theg will look into it more to see what is happening. I know that I had endo and some adhesion. So... that is where I'm at.

Thanks for replying so quickly.
Dale
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Unread 06-10-2001, 10:44 AM
Sorry Ladies...kind of gross :)

Hi Dale,

You know...my dh (who is not a dr., but knows more about Endo now than some dr's ) has been saying to me these past few weeks "I think the Endo's back." It is a scary thought isn't it? But I've been doing a lot of reading here, and I think it is very rare to have Endo come back post-hyst...but you never know

I hope your Endo hasn't returned, and that it is something that can be 'fixed.' I think this is the perfect time to use our mascot 'cause sometimes we do feel like we are walking around in circles.

You are in my thoughts and prayers....and if you ever want to e-mail me, please feel free anytime
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Unread 06-10-2001, 02:04 PM
Sorry Ladies...kind of gross :)

IM 7 weeks post op from a tvh bso for severe endo. I was on lupron for 3 months pre op. I cannot have any hrt for 5 more weeks. My dr thinks i might have a ovarian remnant. The hot flashes with the lupron was very intense, but since the hyst it is calming down and is mild.IM not having any other menopause sysmptoms. He is very concerned about that and is going to test my hormone levels in 3 weeks to make sure the lupron is out of my body by then. I was thinking i was just one of the lucky ones to not have a problem with menopause. But now the endo pains are still here, just not as severe as before. So im hoping hes wrong and the endo is still dying off.
maybe you need to be tested for this also.. If there is a ovarian remnant will my hormones test normal like before hyst and lupron? So new to all this, thought the hyst would be a end to it all.. And couldnt the dr see that there was a piece of ovary left when he did the hyst? Wouldnt the path report show it???
I hope your endo hasnt returned and you find out what is causing your pain.. Love Patty
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