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mommy2dylan2005 posted:
Hello. Wow, what a story!! But I believe it, I found a major trigger of mine about a year ago, that being ANY SCENTED CANDLES, PLUG-INS, ETC. My migraines dropped drastically. That is until that last 6 months bc I have had terrible problems with migraines, long lasting heavy periods, retroverted uterus to the point it is pushing on my internal organs, specifically my colon. Also, I have had major infections in the lining of my uterus, and severe symptoms of endometriosis for over a year. The doctor told me a week ago that he is doing a full hysterectomy (which means he's leaving my ovaries, even though they are covered in cysts, which I have had 2 burst very painfully!!) in 10 days (well that's 48 hours away) and I'm so confused as to what to do about my ovaries.
I am 33 years old, have one child, it was a very complicated pregnancy. I have had pre-cervical cancer treatments 2X in last year. I understand the importance of estrogen, but from what I've read, estrogen can cause endometriosis to continue to form even when the uterus is removed.
Also, it seems that from what I've read, and people I know, about 80% of women who do not have ovaries removed during hysterectomy, usually are back within 2 years to have them removed as well. What should I DO??
I'm terrified of my migraines getting WORSE but also do not want the hormone triggered migraines anymore (I can tell when my period is starting and ending b/c I get migraines during both) or more endometriosis. I use maybeline products, FYI
Any comments would be appreciated!![br>

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