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Unread 01-05-2003, 01:01 PM
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Hi :cry:, my name is Regina i am 30 years old, 3 kids, . I had a hysterectomy june 7 2oo2. Well, my doc didn't really prepare me for what i was gonna go thru. First of all, i started loosing blood after surgrey, so they gave me blood and hoped i would get better. After i left the hospitol i went home, but i knew something wasn't right, i felt strange, i told everyone, my family, the doc, his nurse, no one would listen, said it was normal, i was in alot of pain. what had happened was i formed a blood clot (hematoma ( sorry if my spelling isnt so great}, The doc didnt catch the hematoma till 3 weeks after i was home from the hospitol, only when i went to the bathroom at 6:00 am and blood come gushing out of me, so i was put back in the hospitol, once again for 4 days, i had devleped ecoli at the same time, i had 3 cat scans also while i was there.So, i said all of that to say this, its been 7 months, i still have pain when im with my husband, & im very depressed, never have i been like this before. I don't know what to do. I'm mad at the docs, :mad at myself, and very confused, . sometimes i just want to disapear. sorry this is so long. what can i do
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Unread 01-05-2003, 04:19 PM
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You have really gone throught the ringer! You need time to heal and it's a slow process when there are no secondary problems. Even at that, you need to talk to your Dr. He has heard all about sexual issues and depression before so don't hesitate to go back and tell him like it is. Sometimes a mild anti-depressant will help get you througth the emotional healing so you can concentrate on the physical healing. On The Road Less Traveled Forum, there are many that are dealing with the physical issues that haunt some after the initial healing period. It might help to post there about what your pain is like. Someone may have some suggestions for you.
I'm sending you some healing 's Your not alone and we will muddle through this togather.

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