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Unread 10-11-2010, 08:17 AM
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about 3 weeks ago I had just my uterus removed. I was having pain and bleeding and acting like a crazy women 3 weeks out of the month. Found out I had adenomyoma I think that is what its called. After surgery my emotions was wonderful no acting like a crazy women felt better than I have felt in years. Till last night went crazy my emotions were everywhere. I am not sure what happens if my estrogen drops goes hi or if it is something else. Can anyone help.. has anyone ever experienced this.?
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Unread 10-11-2010, 08:54 AM
Re: Hormone? going crazy!!!! Help

Hi!

It's normal to be emotional after surgery with or without ovaries, with or without hormone therapy. If you experienced mood swings prior to your hysterectomy as you cycled, the same can continue after since you still have your ovaries. Sometimes after surgery it takes the ovaries time to "wake up" and work up to par so it could be that you'll find that symptoms subside as you get further into recovery.

It might help to keep a journal of the symptoms you're having. Share it with your doctor and see what s/he thinks. Here's a link to common symptoms of hormone imbalance: Too Much/Too Little.

Let us know what the doctor says, okay? Best wishes as you continue to heal.

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Unread 10-11-2010, 09:19 AM
Re: Hormone? going crazy!!!! Help

thank you!!!!!!! I was so upset when I started feeling and acting like I did before the surgery. I really thought it had fixed the emotional issues I was having. I agree keeping a journal will help me see a pattern and help the my doctor see as well. thank you for the idea...
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