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Unread 01-18-2008, 05:00 PM
Spotting 7 months later.

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Originally Posted by Yankeesfan
Elevated White Cells indicates an infection... but if they tested your urine and it came back normal then I am guessing your white cells where probably in the normal range..
When you say he pulled off the scar tissue.. exactly what do you mean? I had scar tissue but he put a burning solution on and it was extremely painful for me. I had a TVH as well... when i started this post I was scared out of my mind over my spotting.. I have an ultrasound and blood work coming up.. as he felt a mass on my ovary and my ovaries are not working right since the surgery. If you don't mind, how is it possible for your fallopian tubes to come out when after a TVH the opening is closed?? I am confussed.
I wish you good luck.. hope your feeling ok. There is nothing more worse then trying to recover from a Hysto only to find out you have more complications..
Thanks for your reply.
I asked myself the same question regarding the fallopian tube. Really weird!
To answer your question about how was the scar tissue removed he had an instrument that kind of looked like scissors I really couldn't see that good because I was lying down but I could see his reflexion in a picture hanging off the wall. I was kind of alarmed when he did this because he usually talks me through what he is about to do but it did hurt ALOT.
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Unread 01-18-2008, 05:10 PM
Spotting 7 months later.

My sympathy to you... I am sorry to hear that your going through this as well. I noticed there are quite a few of us going through this and about the same time after our surgeries. I wish you well.... please keep me posted on what happens next. ...
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