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After Endometriosis
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An_242028 posted:
I'm 39 and I just had surgery regarding endometriosis and I was wondering if you are suppose to feel funny after surgery. My body just doesn't seem right. I had a tubal in 1998 using clips and I regret it. Now I'm in a wonderful relationship and can't afford to ivf and I'm miserable. Advice Please!!!
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hollyri responded:
When was your surgery? It might take some time to heal completely, and you will think you're all right but your insides still need time. I learned the hard way that even though it might have been a week since the surgery, you should still take things slow. If you're still having problems with the bloating, try walking a bit and drink more water. It should help. Also, call your dr. They'll be able to tell you what is normal and what is not.


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