Hysterectomy Experiences-10

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experience will help others...Jeannah

1.)What was the reason for your hysterectomy?(endo,fibroids,etc.)
**Endometriosis

2.)Do you feel like you were informed about what to expect after surgery
and what the long term effects might be on your health by your doctor?
**Although I have a very good doctor I do not feel informed (I had
no idea that the endo could return)

3.)If not your doctor, where did you get your information on hysterectomy?
**Books on hysterectomies but they held little information about endo.

4.)Did you use birth control pills in your lifetime?
**Yes
If yes for how long total? At what age did you start using them?
**age 18 - 24

5.)Did you use tampons or pads during menstruation?
**yes, mostly pads

6.)Do you have female blood relatives with reproductive diseases?
**Yes
If so, what ones and which relatives?
**Maternal aunt & maternal great aunts and a second cousin

7.) Are you a DES daughter?
**No

8.)How long has it been since your surgery?
**7 years

9.)Did you have uterus, and both ovaries removed?
**everything was removed

10.)What problems, if any, are you experiencing?
**have pain in abdomen occasionally, moods are erratic, have
hot flashed periodically even though I am on hrt

11.)What if anything has made them better?
**haven't tried anything

12.)Have you ever encountered a doctor or nurse that did not treat you
with respect in regard to your difficulties?
**No, my ob knew right away what I had, it was my family doctor that
I had been going to that had no idea

13.)Are you currently using any form of hormone replacement therapy?
**Yes, premarin 1.25

14.)How are you feeling currently?
**many of the same symptoms just not as severe as before my surgery.
Fatigue is a regular problem during the day with insomnia during the night

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1.)What was the reason for your hysterectomy?(endo,fibroids,etc.)

**I had my hysterectomy at age 32 due to suffering severe pms for 15 years,
mainly mentally anger, depression, confusion, brain fog, loss of total
enjoyment in life for 2 to 3 weeks every month

2.)Do you feel like you were informed about what to expect after surgery
and what the long term effects might be on your health by your doctor?

**Not really only that my hormones could be more easily balanced when not
competing with what my own body was doing. Not a word about long term side effects

3.)If not your doctor, where did you get your information on hysterectomy?

**from hospital the day I went in for surgery, I had a quick look on the
net prior to op but got to confused and thought I had tried all the alternatives
and was ready just to get on with it, not realizing
how hard it was going to be to find a balance.

4.)Did you use birth control pills in your lifetime? If yes for how long total?
At what age did you start using them?

**once at age 16 for approx 2 months but worsened pms symptoms

5.)Did you use tampons or pads during menstruation?

**tampons

6.)Do you have female blood relatives with reproductive diseases?
If so, what ones and which relatives?

**I have a cousin 1 year younger who had hysterectomy
for same reasons as me, six months before me

7.) Are you a DES daughter?

**sorry don't understand this one

8.)How long has it been since your surgery?

**October 12 2001, 15 months ago

9.)Did you have uterus, and both ovaries removed?

**Yes only had one ovary, as one was taken out at age 10 due to twisted tube, my
ovary was starting to rot, (still feel this was
the beginning of my life long hormone battle)

10.)What problems, if any, are you experiencing?

**sick of feeling lousy I never feel a sense of happiness. I've had approx
1 week overall where I have grabbed that happiness in my life again and felt like
I was on a win but nothing lasts and I'm sure all
the hormones mixed together contradict each other .

11.)What if anything has made them better?

**testosterone helps me a lot for overall well being,
strength, libido and just feeling love for others.

12.)Have you ever encountered a doctor or nurse that did not treat you
with respect in regard to your difficulties? If yes, would you like to share the experience?

**I'm just starting to feel that my gyn thinks I'm a hypochondriac, but she is
flexible and lets me try different things. My other gyn is black and white he
pretty much says this is what a women needs after hysterectomy and that's that.

13.)Are you currently using any form of hormone replacement therapy? If so what?

**testosterone implant 100mg every 4 months estrderm patches 25 twice
weekly. One week ago stopped progesterone cream and 1/4 tab aropax antidepressant.
My next step maybe to try the estrogen cream, I really feel that it's
the estogen that my body doesn't like

14.)How are you feeling currently?

**Well feeling at my worst at the moment I seem to be very sensitive to anything,
I am withdrawing from progesterone and aropax so very tearful angry and frustrated
this week, but I did need to step back a notch and change something I wasn't
happy the way I was I have actually been very balanced every day is the
same but it's just the wrong balance, I feel that my gyn thinks that I want to
feel a million dollars every day but that's not what I want but I do expect to
feel some happiness and motivation to move on with my life .

15.)Anything else you need or want to share??

**sometimes I really feel that maybe I am just a nutter and expect to much
and now I think my gyn is thinking that too, so I'm losing more self confidence,
I'm so sick of fighting this battle, but in saying all that when I read things
on your site and others I believe I'm not a nutter and there's just not enough
knowledge like you say on the subject of hormones for younger women after total
hysterectomy. Now I've been informed to stretch out the testosterone implants
as much as possible because we don't know the long term side effects even though
they say the implant is the best form of testosterone, side effects
being hair growth and male voice so what now? I said to gyn I'm going to turn
into a man great, when testosterone runs out i'm just a wreck and one week is
stretching it out for me, so I say with tears welling down my face what are my
options? answer: there's none you still need testosterone at your age,
how damn confusing. Thank you so much for your time everyone, and best wishes to you all .

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please feel free to contact me, I would be also very appreciative of any
advice anybody might have, as at the end of the day I
feel we each have to work most of it out for ourselves.

Regards Sharon

lyndale@e3.net.nz

1.)What was the reason for your hysterectomy?(endo,fibroids,etc.)

**endometriosis

2.)Do you feel like you were informed about what to expect after surgery
and what the long term effects might be on your health by your doctor?

**Yes to a certain extent

3.)If not your doctor, where did you get your information on hysterectomy?

**Mainly from my mother

4.)Did you use birth control pills in your lifetime?

**yes

If yes for how long total?

**10 years, started using them at age 16

5.)Did you use tampons or pads during menstruation?

**pads

6.)Do you have female blood relatives with reproductive diseases?
If so, what ones and which relatives?

**yes, stage 3 cancer - Mother and maternal grandmother

8.)How long has it been since your surgery?

**5 years

9.)Did you have uterus, and both ovaries removed?

**yes

10.)What problems, if any, are you experiencing?

**hot flashes, mood swings

11.)What if anything has made them better?

**hormone replacement shots

12.)Have you ever encountered a doctor or nurse that did not treat you
with respect in regard to your difficulties?

**yes, I was told several times that it was all in my head. I was sent to
orthopedics and neurosurgeons, due to the back and leg pains, I went
through spinal taps and back braces and in one instance I was accused
of having a drug problem and just wanting pain medication. I never
asked for pain medication, I asked the doctors to tell me what was wrong
and fix it. It took almost 2 years to find out what was wrong.

13.)Are you currently using any form of hormone replacement therapy?

**Yes. Depo-estrotestodiol shots

14.)How are you feeling currently?

**I still get depressed at times, I wake at night with hot flashes and
my family says I have severe mood swings about time for my shots.
But, the shots have made me gain 30 lbs. I am torn between just giving
them up and trying it on my own or blowing up like a pig.

15.)Anything else you need or want to share?

**there is nothing in the world that can truly prepare you for a
hysterectomy. I was going to be tough and not let it bother me. But I
thought I was going crazy. I just wish I could have had something like this
when I first had mine. I wouldn't have felt so alone. I think it is wonderful
that you have started this website. I have a sister-in-law that has just
went through a hysterectomy 4 weeks ago and I am recommending your site to her.
THANK YOU!!!!!

1.)What was the reason for your hysterectomy? (endo,fibroids,etc.)

**A couple of LARGE fibroids, an ovarian cyst, heavy
bleeding, painful periods, etc.

2.)Do you feel like you were informed about what to expect after surgery and
what the long term effects might be on your health by your doctor?

**Yes, quite well.

3.)If not your doctor, where did you get your information on hysterectomy?

**Also from books and on the Internet.

4.)Did you use birth control pills in your lifetime? If yes for how long
total? At what age did you start using them?

**Yes, off and on since I was about 18 (I'm 40 now).

5.)Did you use tampons or pads during menstruation?

**Both. And plenty.

6.)Do you have female blood relatives with reproductive diseases?

**Mother and sisters (3) had fibroids. One sister died of ovarian cancer.
Two sisters had hysterectomies and so did my mother.

8.)How long has it been since your surgery?

**2-1/2 weeks.

9.)Did you have uterus, and both ovaries removed?

**Yes, everything was removed.

10.)What problems, if any, are you experiencing?

**Painful urination and gas (bladder infection? I'm taking Macrobid but it
still hurts...) Hot flashes. Depression.

11.)What if anything has made them better?

**Ibuprofen helps the pain. I've been on Prozac for several years; I may
call my doctor to see if the dosage needs to be increased.

12.)Have you ever encountered a doctor or nurse that did not treat you with
respect in regard to your difficulties?

**Only one nurse in the hospital didn't believe my IV was coming out of my
arm, even when my mother (a registered nurse) told her...All of my
doctors and their colleagues are great. My surgeon and primary care
physician are both young women, with a lot of interest in female
sexuality, etc. I'd be happy to give their names to anyone interested in the Cincinnati area.

13.)Are you currently using any form of hormone replacement therapy? If so what?

**Vivelle.

14.)How are you feeling currently?

**My scar (bikini) hurts. Where I was shaved is itchy and dry. My depression
seems to be worsening. The painful urination and gas bother me. I think I
overdid it the first two weeks I was home (I live on the third floor of
my building and I pretty much resumed my normal life immediately, even
though my mother was there to help me for the two weeks). Now I'm
experiencing a fair amount of pain, when it seems like it should be diminishing.
(Sigh.) I'm also depressed and I wake up soaking wet a lot
(although this happened before the surgery, too).

15.)Anything else you need or want to share?

**I'm 40, and I'm glad I had the hysterectomy with the removal of my ovaries,
because my oldest sister kept her ovaries after her hysterectomy and died
of ovarian cancer 10 years later. I'm glad I found your website; I haven't
read much on it yet--I just wanted to add my 2-cents' worth! If anyone
wants to offer words of wisdom, or if perhaps I can help someone,
my email is: cellolang@yahoo.com

1.)What was the reason for your hysterectomy?(endo,fibroids,etc.)

**ENDO

2.)Do you feel like you were informed about what to expect after surgery
and what the long term effects might be on your health by your doctor?

**I was informed to a certain degree. Still I had a lot of questions.

3.)If not your doctor, where did you get your information on hysterectomy?

**I received information from my mother and from different sites on the net.

4.)Did you use birth control pills in your lifetime? If yes for how long total?
At what age did you start using them?

**I used birth control for about 4 years, I started using them when I was 17.
But after 4 years I had to be taken off them.

5.)Did you use tampons or pads during menstruation?

**I had to use both tampons and pads due to the heavy flow.

6.)Do you have female blood relatives with reproductive diseases?

**Yes, my mother and other female family members on my mothers side.

7.) Are you a DES daughter?

**no, unsure what this is

8.)How long has it been since your surgery?

9.)Did you have uterus, and both ovaries removed?

**yes I had everything removed

10.)What problems, if any, are you experiencing?

**After surgery the, only problem I have now is dealing with
hot flashes, night sweats, and major mood swings

11.)What if anything has made them better?

**I haven't found anything to help.

12.)Have you ever encountered a doctor or nurse that did not treat you
with respect in regard to your difficulties?

**I couldn't get a doctor to understand the pain I was in, I always received
excuses and was told most of it was in my head.

13.)Are you currently using any form of hormone replacement therapy? If so what?

**I was on Premerin, but stop taking it because it was making me sick.
While I was on it I had more hot flashes than I do without it.

14.)How are you feeling currently?

**I feel 100% better since surgery. I had my surgery July 2, 2002

15.)Anything else you need or want to share?

**At age 19 I had my tubes tied. Not long after that I started having pain and
heavy bleeding with my cycle. I would go to the OB/GYN just to get told you
have gained too much weight or you are under too much stress. When I was told I
had gained too much weight I weighed roughly 120lbs.

My problems persisted the bleeding lasting longer the pain even worst than ever.
I had to deal with this for over 8 years. Finally I found a doctor that would
listen to me, he tried several different things, first he put me on a birth
control pill that I could take that wouldn't affect other medical problems that
I have had in the past, that didn't work so he wanted to do a lap. on me, at
that time he found that my right ovary was twisted and flipped and that my
uterus had grown to my abdomen wall along with endo. He fixed that he thought.
The following month I started having problems all over again, at this time he
put me on the Lupron shot for 6 months. Life was great, after the 6 months,
I was off the shot for about 2 months and all the problems came back, so he
decided to try me on the shot for another 6 months. After that six months ended
this shot once again didn't fix the problem it just covered it up. The last
option I had was to have a hysterectomy. Considering all the pain I was having
and the bleeding I was ready for something to permanently fix the problem.
So I agreed to have the surgery. Once I had this surgery I felt great, I did
have a few complications after wards but at no fault of the doctor or myself.
My incision got infected, so it took me a few weeks longer to get over the
abdominal hysterectomy. To make this all the better the doctors that told me I
was under too much stress and had gained too much weight were civilian doctors,
the only ones I could get to listen to me at all
and try to find the problem were military doctors.

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1.)What was the reason for your hysterectomy?(endo,fibroids,etc.)

**I had adenomyosis, endometriosis(on the outside of my uterus) and fibroids)

2.)Do you feel like you were informed about what to expect after surgery and
what the long term effects might be on your health by your doctor?

**Not really, but I was so miserable, I didn't care.

3.)If not your doctor, where did you get your information on hysterectomy?

**Websites, and my older sister who had a hyt. 1 year before me.

4.)Did you use birth control pills in your lifetime?

**Since I was 16 thru age 30. I used the really heavy duty ones
like Ovcon because I bled through all the others.

5.)Did you use tampons or pads during menstruation?

**Pads, many, many pads, and garbage bags at night.

6.)Do you have female blood relatives with reproductive diseases?

**Both my sisters-one already had the hyst., one will
be having one eventually, and my paternal grandmother.

7.) Are you a DES daughter? **not sure what this means.

8.)How long has it been since your surgery?

**My hysterectomy was in May of 1999.

9.)Did you have uterus, and both ovaries removed?

**They removed my uterus and my cervix, I still have my ovaries.

10.)What problems, if any, are you experiencing?

**Very low sex drive, vaginal dryness, weight gain and anxiety.

11.)What if anything has made them better?

**A VERY supportive husband! and I take Celexa 40mg. daily, exercise and therapy!

12.)Have you ever encountered a doctor or nurse that did not treat
you with respect in regard to your difficulties?

**Yes, not really disrespect. But, for years gyn/obs told me it was "in my head",
or that I had "bad periods." Just an overall reaction that I was
overreacting somehow, until I was bleeding to death in the ER,
when I finally met a "nice" dr. who started me towards help!

13.)Are you currently using any form of hormone replacement therapy?

**no

14.)How are you feeling currently?

**I am seeing a therapist a few times a month (I recommend it!), I am going
to try to get off the Celexa so I can get the emotional me back.
I feel pretty good: still days when I'm tired, sad and basically sleepy.
I have slight incontinence that I"m dealing with. Exercise truly helps!!!!
My surgery led to a serious anxiety disorder-I am running the gamet of
SSRI drugs and playing the pill game. I'm going to try to get off them altogether!

15.)Anything else you need or want to share?

**Find someone to talk to about how you feel. I knew I had to have my
hysterectomy because I was anemic and almost bled to death in the ER twice!
I thought I was comfortable with the decision. My husband married me anyway,
even though he knew I could never have children-I offered his ring back and
everything! But, little issues started creeping to the surface after I
came home. Find a professional who will listen. Stay off the antidepressants,
they do more harm than good! You're not alone!!! I
recommend reading books by SARK, it really helped

1.) What was the reason for your hysterectomy? (endo, fibroids, cancer, etc.)

**heavy menstrual bleeding/severe anemia

2.)Do you feel like you were informed about what to expect after surgery
and what the long term effects might be by your doctor?

**I thought I was.... it wasn't until very recently I discovered how much I was
not informed of. Either because it's not considered medical proof or myth?

3.)If not your doctor, where did you get your information on hysterectomy?

**I did get a lot of info online, however I couldn't find any information
pertaining to my particular issue. I take blood thinners and had blood
clots in my lungs from BC pills ~ there would be no hormone help for me
I still have my ovaries but I don't think they work right anymore ~ I still
have severe PMS with no relief IE: a bleed out.... does that make sense?

4.)Did you use birth control pills in your lifetime?

*yes, I took them in my late teens and early 20's ~ I was discovered to have
13 pieces of blood clot in my lungs and the BC was blamed.

5.)Did you use tampons or pads during menstruation?

**pads only

6.)Do you have female blood relatives with reproductive diseases?

**mother had hysterectomy for cervical cancer but never had extreme bleeding
(however I DO take a blood thinning medication for the previous blood clot problem)

7.)How long has it been since your surgery?

**3 months and I am really upset that just now problems seem to be
happening ~ I had no side effects until recently ~ is this normal?

8.)What problems are you experiencing?

**complete and total rage. Extreme irritability and the inability to "cope" with my kids

9.)What if anything has made them better?

**Nothing, I'm hoping my Dr will prescribe some sort of medication..... this
operation wasn't supposed to affect my family

10.)Have you ever encountered a doctor or nurse that did not treat you with
respect in regard to your difficulties?

**I've been told that its all in my head..... whats that supposed to mean
anyways? Exercise <~ please tell me how this will
help me relate to my kids again?

11.)Anything else you need or want to share?

**I'm glad I had the surgery due to the anemia and am glad to be done with
my periods but like I said before with my ovaries I still get PMS and
there is no "release"..... at least I knew when my period came I'd
"get back to normal", I'm not a candidate for HRT. I am happy that I made
this choice. I was very comfortable with my doctor and I think that lead
to an excellent recovery until now.....is it common to have these things
so far after surgery or am I just going insane?

This letter is such a powerful example given her line of work and experiences
I wanted to post it in it's entirety, thanks to her for allowing me to post it.

Hello Jeannah,

Thanks you for your reply. I have been reading the posts (posts from the
HRT-NHRT group at Yahoo Groups), for about 6 months now and this was the first
time that I had responded. I have done everything from office manager to BP
and work up (M.A.) I have also been the assistant for chronic pain management
doctors in my early career. I had been telling my ob/gyn since I was 27
years old that I knew my endocrine system was not right. I was thin, but
I had extremely dry skin, I was lethargic, had chronic headaches, bloat,
etc. He told me I was too young for all that. I have a high pain tolerance and
I am tough so I kept going. But I KNEW that something was wrong. I had HEAVY
periods lasting 10-12 days. Bad cramps. In 1988 I had been in pain for 5 days.
I finally went to the doctor. I had an ovarian cyst. It ruptured on a Friday
night and I finally went to the ER on a Tues. AM. I had emergency surgery for
peritonitis. I received my HYST then also. I was told I had needed this for
many years. I blindly complied. Doctors know best, Right? That was when all
my real troubles began.

He told me that I didn't need hormones. I trusted him. In 1994 I started
working for a wonderful GYN. She told me to start estrogen for insomnia and
weight loss. She was a God send. The rest is simple. I still felt like
crud, just not as bad. 24/7/365. I believed that was the best I would ever feel.
Insomnia was the norm until after reading all the hyst posts I tried progesterone
cream. I felt like I was sneaking when I did it. No gyn I worked for thought
I needed it. Lo and behold. Not only did I start sleeping so much better,
but my hot flashes ceased. A wonderful side effect was I lost my urinary urgency.
Cool huh! I have done this for 3 months to maintain a balance and start my baseline.
I will keep reading and gaining the confidence to try something else to improve my
living conditions. LOL. I wanted you to understand where I was coming from.
I have worked with this incorrect concept of women's health and lived it myself for 15 years.

Keep up the good work. We really need your leadership and camaraderie.

1.)What was the reason for your hysterectomy?(endo,fibroids,etc.)

**I had a complete hysterectomy (everything removed) at age 32. I had it in
Jan 2003, the reason being that I was in severe pain everyday from endo, all
my organs and my colon were stuck together. The doctor's stated that they
couldn't save anything. I first had a lapo and the doctor was crying because
he had never seen anything like it and couldn't believe I could get up
everyday and function. I have been on painkillers for 4 years.

2.)Do you feel like you were informed about what to expect after surgery
and what the long term effects might be on your health by your doctor?

**I guess,I kept on asking them if there was anything else
I could do to prevent having surgery. I had been cut.

3.)If not your doctor, where did you get your information on hysterectomy?

4.)Did you use birth control pills in your lifetime?

**yes when I was 14 I started because my cramps were so bad.

If yes for how long total? At what age did you start using them?

**Until 18, got pregnant tried to get back on them
my body didn't like them, so I stopped all together

5.)Did you use tampons or pads during menstruation?

**Tampons heavy periods!

6.)Do you have female blood relatives with reproductive diseases?

**my niece has really bad endo.

7.) Are you a DES daughter?

**What's that?

8.)How long has it been since your surgery?

**Since Jan 2003

9.)Did you have uterus, and both ovaries removed?

**yes

10.)What problems, if any, are you experiencing?

**No sex drive, gaining lots of weight. HELP!! Kinda depressed.

11.)What if anything has made them better?

**Nothing

12.)Have you ever encountered a doctor or nurse that did not treat you
with respect in regard to your difficulties?

**My doctor is trying to work with me buy trying different hormones, I made
an appointment to see him Tuesday, I told him this weight gain is wanting me
to kill myself. (Not literally, but you know what I mean)

13.)Are you currently using any form of hormone replacement therapy?

**He has me on Estra Test HS

14.)How are you feeling currently?

Like crap. I have been working out 5 days a week and I keep gaining weight.
I am 35 pounds heavier since a year ago. I just want to get back in my clothes
and live normally. I have to admit, that the pain is gone,
but I almost would rather being in pain, than being fat.

15.)Anything else you need or want to share?

**I would love some input on weight loss. Does any hormone help with losing
weight. Is that why I am gaining? What to do. I am
only 32 for the love of God! I want to be happy.

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1.)What was the reason for your hysterectomy?(endo,fibroids,etc.)

**Abnormal uterine bleeding not helped by endometrial ablation. History of PCOS.

2.)Do you feel like you were informed about what to expect after surgery and
what the long term effects might be on your health by your doctor?

**More or less.

3.)If not your doctor, where did you get your information on hysterectomy?

4.)Did you use birth control pills in your lifetime? If yes for how long total?

**For 6 months when I was in my early 20s, and then
again in for 6 months from 2001 to 2002.

5.)Did you use tampons or pads during menstruation?

**I needed to use both. I would get up during the
night 4-6 times due to heavy bleeding.

6.)Do you have female blood relatives with reproductive diseases?

**No

7.) Are you a DES daughter?

**Not that I'm aware of

8.)How long has it been since your surgery?

Hysterectomy (complicated by severe adhesions prior to surgery-it took 1 hour
just to find my uterus during the 3-4 hour surgery) 7/3/2002,
Emergency bilateral Oophorectomy 12/19/2002

9.)Did you have uterus, and both ovaries removed?

**Yes at separate times. I had a history of cysts, begged the doctor to remove
them during the first surgery and he didn't, then 3 weeks later once again
developed cysts which grew substantially to the size of an orange, then went
on Lupron which made me nutty. Once off Lupron in late November I developed
a fast growing cyst in December that went from nothing to football
sized on my left side in under a week. My right side had a cyst that grew at
the same time to the size of an orange. Emergency oophorectomy was performed
but there were so many massive adhesions to the bowel and abdominal wall
with ovarian tissue I now have Remnant ovarian syndrome and continue
to get small cysts that are painful. I spent months
on Lupron again but was still getting cysts.

10.)What problems, if any, are you experiencing?

**Pain, cysts, bowel pain

11.)What if anything has made them better?

**Nothing

12.)Have you ever encountered a doctor or nurse that did not
treat you with respect in regard to your difficulties?

**I have found that my doctor wasn't knowledgeable enough about PCOS and my
cyst history. If he had been then my ovaries would have come out the first
time before they couldn't get them out in one piece each.

13.)Are you currently using any form of hormone replacement therapy?

**No. I have enough adhered ovarian tissue that makes it unnecessary.

14.)How are you feeling currently?

Angry, depressed and annoyed. I'm in constant pain and my doctor didn't
even return my phone calls, so I called a lawyer.

15.)Anything else you need or want to share?

**I just would love to know if anyone has ever had this type of a problem.
I'm 40 years old and I can't imagine spending another 10 years with cysts.

Jeannah McElroy. 2003

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