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8/25/09 2:21 A

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I had an EA dun and it went textbook - no complications

However, a month later I ended up having a hyster because the EA didn't take and I was in danger of bleeding out.

I wish I'd never had the EA, but at the time it was an option that I was offered that might have been a solution to my issues - so I took it.

You might go to www.endometrialablationdiscussion.co
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8/24/09 8:57 A

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I'm 37 years old. I've been diagnosed with PCOS for almost 7 years now. I've had two children prior to my diagnosis--they are 15 and 11. I'm done. My periods are heavy and sporratic and it's annoying and life imposing. So, I've opted to have an endometrial ablation done. women.webmd.com/endometrial-ablation
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I was wondering if anyone else has had this procedure done; and if so, do you have any suggestions as to how best to recover from it?

There will be days that I know I could never finish a half-marathon, but I have the rest of my life to remember the day I did.


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