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This is about the hysterectomy I had in 2006 and the problems I still have today.


Submitted:Jul 4, 2012    Reads: 18    Comments: 7    Likes: 3   


Was the tumor developed because of the abortion just a week before becoming a teenager ? The promiscuity that followed, the prostitution and sex so early in life ?

In my late twenty's my period began to be very painful. I bled very heavy as well, and a lot of times I dropped clots as big as a mans fist. I suffered for many years, taking ibuprofen to do away with the swelling, and anything I could get my hands on for pain. Even drank Nyquil to help the pain and to knock myself out.

Some years later, I layed in my bed and bled for over a month. I was anemic, and in a bit of trouble before I knew it. One night, my s / o was standing over me and yet he seemed so far away and blurry. I told him it was time he take me to the hospital.

When they got to me I was told if I hadn't came in, I'd not have lived to see another day. I had bled out that much. They admitted me, gave me a blood transfusion and because my insurance had lapsed ( I had been covered under s / o's insurance ) they booted me out the next day.

Three transfusions later a female doctor got a hold of me and convinced me to have the hysterectomy. I finally agreed.

I had a tumor on my fallopian tube that had grown so wild that it attached to my colon,my stomach and liver. It was cut away, and everything was removed, all the parts that made me a woman.

When I over eat, I pay dearly for it because my stomach doesn't react kindly. Like last night. sad





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