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Kept both ovaries, EXTREMELY moody... Kept both ovaries, EXTREMELY moody...

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  #131  
Unread 07-25-2007, 01:57 PM
Kept both ovaries, EXTREMELY moody...

dear hope, I am back from another lovely power nap! (didnt want you to think I had retreated into morbid depression when instead i was zzzzing away!...) at least this time...

I loved how you have turned the roller coaster from a scary ride one must travel alone into one where we can scream together!

thank you brave companions on the ride.
lala
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  #132  
Unread 07-25-2007, 02:25 PM
Kept both ovaries, EXTREMELY moody...

Well it either that or were really stuck on Ozzies "Crazy Train" and thats way too scary.
YIKES
  #133  
Unread 07-25-2007, 06:10 PM
Kept both ovaries, EXTREMELY moody...

Hello ~ I just had my surgery on 7/10/07 and my moods go from really high to really LOW !! It's hard to discuss it with friends or family since they don't understand what I went through. It is comforting to read all of these postings, knowing that I am not alone. I too, still have my ovaries ,but I feel like I am out of control of my own body. I feel better physically, but emotionally, not so good !! My doctor was so vague about what to expect post surgery that I feel left out in the dark about the whole hormone thing. Does anyone have any good pick- me- up tips ? I sure do need them !!!!
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  #134  
Unread 07-25-2007, 07:10 PM
Kept both ovaries, EXTREMELY moody...

Dear Sevin,

I am sorry to hear that yet another sister is experiencing the emotional rollercoaster. But please do know that you are definately not alone.

I agree with not really knowing what to expect post-op. I absolutely love my dr. but wish I new a little more what to expect. Even the other dr. covering the weekend while I was in the hospital explained more. I never new all the places they cut you inside even though the outside insicion is the same as my C-sections. I was expecting the recovery to be the same as that(WRONG)! I didnt realize there are 100's of internal sutures. But by far the emotional thing has been like a ton of bricks!! I guess they figure nobody would have it done if they knew the whole recovery process.



You know Im down when I dont even care that Last Comic Standing is on. It usually gets me to laugh anyway.
Anyhow Im hoping for brighter days for you and Im sending you a great big
  #135  
Unread 07-25-2007, 07:12 PM
Kept both ovaries, EXTREMELY moody...

Sorry the hugs went in the wrong place. See I cant even send a HUG to help a sister right
tonight! Just kinda been that kind of day.
  #136  
Unread 07-25-2007, 07:49 PM
Kept both ovaries, EXTREMELY moody...

gosh! who needs last comic standing when you have Hyster World!

(I am a top chef junkie myself!)
  #137  
Unread 07-25-2007, 07:58 PM
Kept both ovaries, EXTREMELY moody...

See you are funnier anyway. Were you as funny when you had a uterus or has the lack of your uterus had a positive change on your wit. If it has then you could add it to what are your positives.


I guess it is laugh or cry.
I thought the lack of hormones were supposed to dry you up, judging by the number of tears weve all shed I think they are liars.
  #138  
Unread 07-26-2007, 02:07 AM
rollercoaster

Hi, once again ... I've been in such a weird mood lately that I haven't posted - I was feeling a bit like "what else is going to happen now, hasn't enough happened already"? My family has been helpful, but, I'm even starting to feel like they don't really want to know how I'm feeling - it must have something to do with them looking at each other and rolling their eyes when I am answering. At least reading about others here makes me forget about my troubles and gives me something else to think about. I am a really good listener, but, sometimes I don't know the correct/proper things to say...
Here's a cute story that my DD told me today - everyone at her work were allowed to leave early yesterday as one of the staff members was going to be in the city (2 hours away) at the Comic strip - they were all in line to go in and my DD was last. She overheard other people mention that they were there to watch one of the comedians so they didn't have to pay to get in, so, she tried it and didn't have to pay lol I guess her fellow workers couldn't believe that she was getting in free - so she mentioned that becoming a new college student tends to make one "cheap and needing to hold on to every cent they have" heehee
Then unfortunately her co-worker didn't have a very good set - so my DD trying to be ever so helpful told him today (after he asked if he was a bad as he thought), that next time he's on stage and the panel of Judges are all women, not to use his women bashing type jokes. He then asked if there was any female in the club that he might not of offended and she said "no". The other staff workers started laughing and said that the two of them should have gone on stage together as this set was funny! My DD turned very red - she is actually very shy and not outspoken at all.

Well, I think I will try and see if I can actually fall asleep...If anyone needs to talk or vent please don't hesitate - I would rather focus on worrying or caring about all of you sisters then thinking about myself. Please take care and know that my thoughts are with you all ~Donna~
  #139  
Unread 07-26-2007, 04:41 AM
Kept both ovaries, EXTREMELY moody...

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Originally Posted by hopeforpeace
See you are funnier anyway. Were you as funny when you had a uterus or has the lack of your uterus had a positive change on your wit. If it has then you could add it to what are your positives.


I guess it is laugh or cry.
I thought the lack of hormones were supposed to dry you up, judging by the number of tears weve all shed I think they are liars.
(Pssst!! they were talking about the other end....)

As for funnier with or without uterus -- I think it just helps to have an audience on good meds! :wow:
  #140  
Unread 07-26-2007, 05:44 AM
Kept both ovaries, EXTREMELY moody...

Thank you so much for your kind words !!! I send hugs right back 'atcha !!!
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