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Ovaries in shock after surgery? Even after a tubal? Ovaries in shock after surgery? Even after a tubal?

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Unread 01-29-2008, 09:41 AM
Ovaries in shock after surgery? Even after a tubal?

I kept my ovaries as well... I have not experienced the night sweats or hot flashes, but I seem to be the opposite. I'm always soooo cold! I can't seem to get warm no matter what. I am wearing fleece jammies to bed and covering up with a down duvet... still feel cold!! Thank God DH is always so warm. I snuggle up to him to get some warmth.

Kaylabow, I hope for your sake the jumpy legs is just temporary. RLS is something that I have lived with all my life... it's not fun. I have struggled with it more this past week than ever before. I think it's all the laying around but can't be sure as no one really knows what causes it.

From all the information I have read about the ovaries being shocked, it seems that most people just need a little estrogen boost to get them working again. Soy is definitely a boost. Try the soy milk or even soy beans.
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Unread 01-29-2008, 01:47 PM
Ovaries in shock after surgery? Even after a tubal?

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Originally Posted by ms. marci
I am 5 weeks post op, kept ovaries and am going through night sweats, day hot flashes and acne. I am soaked from 3am-8am and having flashing from 2pm-8pm. This stinks and I want my money back.
Ms. Marci
HAHA! I want my money back! That is good!

Talked with my doctor at my 2 week post-op about this. He says it is not uncommon for ovaries to appear to fail after these procedures. He wants me to give it a couple more weeks and then we will do a blood test to check on hormone levels.
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