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Unread 05-02-2012, 02:00 PM
Re: Adenomyosis and hysterectomy

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I feel exactly the same way! I often worry that the pathology will be completely normal and the doctors and my family will think I was just a baby and exaggerating. During the days I feel good I think the surgery can wait and I can handle it but then days like today when I'm in so much pain I want the surgery now! I was glad to see you write what I have been thinking!
And you've written what I'm worrying about, that the pathology won't show anything! But geez, there has to be *something* there. And, in the end, if the surgery makes us feel better, that's the only result that matters. I'm counting the days. (also counting the days to my pre-op sonogram, because I do really feel like *something* has grown since my last U/S in Sept., whether it's a fibroid or a new ovarian cyst)

Hang in there!
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Unread 05-08-2012, 12:07 PM
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I feel exactly the same way! I often worry that the pathology will be completely normal and the doctors and my family will think I was just a baby and exaggerating. During the days I feel good I think the surgery can wait and I can handle it but then days like today when I'm in so much pain I want the surgery now! I was glad to see you write what I have been thinking!

9 days for my appointment with the doctor and getting nervous. Then I sit here for almost a week straight with so much pressure and discomfort that even going to the bathroom doesn't relieve it. I just can't understand when something causes so much trouble that they can't see it without pathology. My husband is fully supporting me and thinks it is what I should do which is saying a lot as he worries terrible about any procedures.

I am hoping this really makes me more comfortable - I get excited to think that they may fix this for me and I can live without worry and constant aches.

You are all great and I do appreciate the ear!!!!
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Unread 05-21-2012, 07:16 AM
Re: Adenomyosis and hysterectomy

So I should be getting the call for the surgery date this week. They told me that there are things that they can try, like and IUD... which is about the only thing I have not tried, then she did the exam and I found out I have a uterine prolapse as well.

They are taking both the uterus and the cervix laproscopically.

Still learning my way around this board but if anyone here has had this done any words of wisdom would be appreciated. I am nervous.
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Unread 05-21-2012, 07:41 AM
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I am 8 days from surgery, and I'm very ready. I can't wait for it to be over, mostly because I want to know what feeling good feels like.
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Unread 05-21-2012, 07:55 AM
Re: Adenomyosis and hysterectomy

In the pre op forum there is a sub link called hints from members. Once you have your surgery date that's where you'll find all kinds of great tips for preparing for recovery!
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