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Old 03-07-2010, 11:47 AM   #21
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Thanks for the info and the story, Audrey!

I learn so much more from women on the web than I ever learn or learned from Mom, Grandmoms, aunts, and sister. At 47, I still don't know if not much was wrong, or they just didn't say.

I appreciate hearing your story!


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Old 03-10-2010, 06:25 PM   #22
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I am late, but I would also like to thank you for sharing. I learn quite a bit from this website. I am go glad to hear that you are recovering nicely.

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Glad you're doing well, Audrey!
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Old 03-11-2010, 08:33 PM   #24
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Back in the early 90s I did the hysterectomy as there weren't any better solutions at the time. The best part was that I took a whole six weeks off from work! I could not recall ever having such a long time off. A week after the surgery we drove to Florida, me spending a lot of time sleeping in the car. I then relaxed at my inlaws for a few weeks, laying in the sun, reading novels.

It was a great time. Too bad surgery was required.

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Hey thanks for all the well wishes folks!

I'm dealing with some hip pain - an irritated nerve I think, but it might take a while to get back to my pre-procedure activity level. I can't walk that far yet. Cycling is easier.

Otherwise, the abdominal area seems all recovered. We will see in 6 months how much the fibroids have shrunk.


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