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Winterhawk1us posted:
You may have a condition called endimetriosis (sp). My ex wife had it and it can cause emotional problems as well as false positives on your pap smear. It is NOT cancer. The hypothalimous regulates sex hormone levels, for some reason , sometimes it starts sending signals that you need more. One doctor related it to a strobe light, normal is just blink blink blink. Abnormal is blinkblinkblink. It can be treated easily. Some women only have to be on medication a short time , others a moderate amount of time and still others may be on meds for the rest of their active sex lives. Please speak to your Doctor soon. This condition has ruined more than one marriage (relationship). If your Dr. isn't knowledgeable about this condition, find one who IS. Don't let them talk you into a histo,. Good Luck
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