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    KittyKatJenn posted:
    Hi ladies. I am feeling better after my surgery. I am still having a little bleeding and soreness, but I am good.

    I did go in the other day because I wasn't feeling well. I have been shaky too. My doc is really excited about it though and I actually got a call from his nurse telling me how exciting that is. Apparantly he believes that it is from a surge of hormones that my body isn't used to! He thinks that the surgery is doing what it is supposed to do. I guess sometimes it can work pretty quickly and he thinks it is. Now, we won't know how successful it is until we see if I have a cycle, but he is happy and his nurse was really excited.

    Hopefully it stays doing what it should do. I go in next week to see the pics and talk about the endo and I think he might check levels and stuff. I am hopeful this is going to work for me. I just have to get used to feeling the hormones!


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