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Ovaries???!!!!??? Ovaries???!!!!???

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Unread 02-14-2003, 05:36 PM

Well, the verdict is in. It wasn't ovaries it was a hematoma and profuse adhesions/scar tissue. All were removed. I feel like [email protected]!*. I don't know how a hematoma can look like two separate ovaries but that is what I was told. While I am glad to be alive and kicking I am also totally confused emotionally drained. I came home and yelled at DBF; who now thinks I am totally insane; and I'm not so sure he's far off at this point. Thank you all for your kind words prayers. I hope that this is the end of the surgery saga for a while.
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Unread 02-14-2003, 06:09 PM

Oh (((Johnna))) I'm so glad you finally have an answer to what was causing the problems, and I'm glad they got that hematoma out of there. I'm sorry you're not feeling well; remember, you are still a and need to be getting plenty of . We'll look forward to hearing more from you when you're feeling up to it.

Unread 02-14-2003, 06:30 PM

Well, Johnna, this explains the low-grade fever, aches, bowel problems, etc, that you've been describing?

Yes, I'm glad that it really isn't ovaries. I tell the doctors, when they ask me what sort of mass I'm seeing, "I can't tell you what this blob is made of, just that it is there". Ultrasound is an art, and many structures can mimic other structures.

I'm glad you're home and recovering (although what are you doing posting??? I hope it was just this one and then back to bed for you! ).

Hematomas are best removed, for certain. Glad that's over -- you can sort out the hormonal thing in a couple of weeks once the shock of this surgery starts to level out again.

s -- and back to bed!!

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Unread 02-15-2003, 07:48 AM

I am so glad they got in there and found out what was up dear!! now off to bed and start recovering.

BTW: tell the DBF you have yelling rights for at least another couple weeks With everything you just went through he should expect it!! Sometimes I think men should take estrogen for a month just to get a glimpse of our world- could you imagine??

The are watching so be good!

Unread 02-15-2003, 08:56 AM

I'm glad they found out what it was & removed it! Hopefully, after you fully recover, all the pain & problems can be a thing of the past Hope all goes well with your recovery May it be speedy & uncomplicated::crossing fingers:: Get lots of rest, remember your a again & as DLK said you have special *rights* for at least a few weeks ((((((hugs)))))))
Unread 02-15-2003, 12:44 PM

I absolutely cannot express in words how much you all have done for me. I wish I could send you all a dozen s.
It really takes special people to give the care and compassion to others in the way that you do. Thanks to Sheri and DLK for okaying the yelling rights! I really needed to hear that. Surferbabe and Audrey: I always am excited to hear what you have to say. Wisdom and patience must be your forte's! Audrey you were right on the money from the very get go and I should have listened to you better from early on. Kitty is calling me from the couch so I will say goodbye for now. Don't want another ing.

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