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Increase flushes since surgery! Increase flushes since surgery!

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Unread 03-01-2003, 05:27 PM
Increase flushes since surgery!


Hoping someone can shead light. I am 2 weeks post op for a laproscopy/ removal of adhesions & scar tissue. I didnt come off my evista & natural progesterone cream for the surgery as the surgeon when I asked said it wasnt necessary. Since the op I have had an increase of flushes & their intensity/ duration. I would say 5 times more frequent than normal. I di have to have a course of anti biotics as picked up kidney infection thanks to the kidney tube stence to seperate my bowel from the tubes & a cycsterscopy.
Do you think this is just cause of more surgery or the antibiotics? I am finding it hard to cope with them it is draining & of course the disturbed sleep is hindering my rest to recover & flaring my fibromyalgia symptoms.
Fo you think I should wait & see if they settle or talk to my GP?

Thanks for the advice think I just want someone to tell me its normal

Love Tina 2 xxxxxxxxxxxx
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Unread 03-01-2003, 06:31 PM
Increase flushes since surgery!

((((Tina))))) I'm so sorry you're having these problems

Now, I'm by far no expert where HRT is concerned, since I have my ovaries and they're (kind of) working. I'm thinking that a call to your doctor is probably in order: the combination of the surgery and stress and shock to your body might have upset the delicate hormonal balance. You might want to post your question in the Hormone Jungle message board, since that's where you're most likely to find your answers regarding HRT and surgical menopause.

Sending lots of s your way. Please keep us posted.

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