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I have a hysterechtomy scheduled very soon. I have a hysterechtomy scheduled very soon.

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Unread 04-13-2012, 02:08 PM
Re: I have a hysterechtomy scheduled very soon.

I've had those symptoms fr about 7 years....but mine is obviously unnatural. I'm near at my wits end. so is our power bill for cooling every night during he hot Alabama weather!
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Unread 04-13-2012, 02:13 PM
Re: I have a hysterechtomy scheduled very soon.

I wish you the best! when i have bled a lot I became anemic and started taking iron and that helped a lot.
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Unread 04-13-2012, 02:15 PM
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I live in Florida, so no sympathy from me for heat! LOL
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Unread 04-13-2012, 02:30 PM
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I lived in Pensacola, FL.....and hope to go back as soon as hubby can get a job there. But here in AL...the heat just sits and stagnates. We unfondly call it the stinky armpit of the south.

Of course....my hormone issues intensified after the birth of my first daughter which coincided closely with our move from FL.

So my all night hot flashes probably contribute to my thinking it is so much worse here. but there is something to be aid for ocean breezes for sure.

Sorry about the Off Topic. I took a klonopin and it tends to make me ramble
My husband warns me away from the computer when I have taken something strong because I have been known to buy things I dont want or need and can't afford. Unfortuantely I take them b4 sleeping and he goes to bed much earlier. : S
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Unread 04-13-2012, 02:56 PM
Re: I have a hysterechtomy scheduled very soon.

I'm new here too and i'm having an LAVH and anterior and posterior and bladder repair. When i went to see my doc during my preop appt they did an transvaginal ultrasound. They said i have a cyst on my left ovary and my endomertrail stripe at 13mm. I'm 50 years old, i'n scared. I want the surgery done. It is scheduled for 17 April.
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Unread 04-13-2012, 05:12 PM
Re: I have a hysterechtomy scheduled very soon.

I go to the castle on the 28th, so I will have one soon too.

I spent 3 weeks getting opinions and doing research. Everyone is different and has a different amount of time to decide what to do. those seemed the longest 3 weeks of my life but well spent.

Hope this helps.
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Unread 04-13-2012, 05:16 PM
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Thanks Pinkbud i will post how mine went as soon as i can
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Unread 04-17-2012, 08:59 AM
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So, am I the only one who is having a hysterechtomy who has not had children? I can't help it that it really bothers me! Does not matter that i am 52..still childless. Will I get over this? I only have fibroids, nothing serious, just very uncomfortable with periods and pain. I am starting menepause, and I don't know if all this will go away by itself, or if I should go ahead and have the surgery at 52. Does anyone have any insight for me?
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Unread 04-17-2012, 12:02 PM
Re: I have a hysterechtomy scheduled very soon.

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So, am I the only one who is having a hysterechtomy who has not had children? I can't help it that it really bothers me! Does not matter that i am 52..still childless. Will I get over this? I only have fibroids, nothing serious, just very uncomfortable with periods and pain. I am starting menepause, and I don't know if all this will go away by itself, or if I should go ahead and have the surgery at 52. Does anyone have any insight for me?
I'm sorry. i wish I had some wisdom to share.

I have heard that surgical menopause is generally shorter than natural sort. but I don't know if that is true for everyone. Hopefully for you it will be true. And with this your Dr's will be more on top of hormone balancing and all.

I have heard that grieving the loss is quite difficult....even for people who have children. With hormones obviously being an issue....I'm sure that makes it feel that much worse.

Hugs for you and I hope you can find peace.....and feel better.
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