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Unread 11-07-2011, 08:04 AM
Is 7 months long enough for things to change?? !CONCERNED!

I'm having a tvh leaving ovaries as well as a bladder sling on the 28th of Nov. Preop is done and I told my doctor I was concerned that she wasnt going to be using a laproscope to look around during my surgery. She assured me that since she did that in april and saw nothing it wasnt a big deal. So my concern is that since then my symptoms have gotten WAY worse even on BC. I went from painful heavy periods to bleeding almost daily within the last two months SEVERE pain constantly (enough so that I'm now on narc pain pills). So wouldnt you thing there is a chance things may have really exploded or changed since April? Maybe I'm just trying to read too much into the changes??
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Unread 11-07-2011, 08:22 AM
Re: Is 7 months long enough for things to change?? !CONCERNED!

I would think that anyone who experiences an increase in pain, would be worried. You have every right to be. I would write down your statements and your questions, and ask for a consult before your surgery, because you are not comfortable without current diagnostic "ventures."

I wish you much luck, I am so very sorry that you have gone from bad to worse, and very much hope that you have relief, very soon.
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Unread 11-07-2011, 09:43 AM
Re: Is 7 months long enough for things to change?? !CONCERNED!

fullof???

Although I am not a dr and this is personal opinion i would believe that 7 months is long enough for things to change.

I don't know when your pre-op was done but for me certain tests had to be within 30 days of surgery.

It isn't to late to get a 2nd opinion

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