one good thing to remember. you said you were both seeing the same doctor.
he knows about both of you, and has prioritised what needs to be done.
trust him to do his job. you said he knows both case hystories.
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He knows we both and he saw me a good while back before seeing ste to put the camera down to check me.
He's a terrific specialist and i trust him, just waiting for my appointment now and thanks mate.
Sorry my best wishes are so late, Terri. My week's been a little rocky and I have just been peeking in here and there. I missed this post until today. I hope each day gets better for you and make sure you let everyone pamper you.
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Sorry your weeks been abit any how but i hope your healths not to bad mate and not to worry about being late on responding.
I dow let other's pamper me mate, it's terrible enough how i am, i only ask ste for anything if necessary but you takecare my friend xxx
I'm sorry to hear about your hubby suffering too, my friend. As Steve pointed out, it's a good thing that you have a good specialist and that he knows both of you.
Hang in there, both of you.
The extreme chills and sweats sounds to me like your hormones are going crazy after the surgery. I'm assuming that the surgery has put you into what they call "medically-induced menopause". I'm sure that Mari knows about it. Can't they give you some oral hormones to help with that?
I had lots of night sweats and chills until my cycles stopped in Feb. Now, I notice them for a few nights, but on a much milder scale, each month when I should be having my cycle.
Mine ramped up and then ramped down due to the normal ebb and flow of hormones. Your body has just had a huge hormonal jolt, so it makes sense that you are really noticing those chills and sweats. Talk to the doc about it.
Hugs and Love to both of you,
Before my operation ste caught a bad cold of my neighbour's grandson and he had had the hot and cold sweats like i've had but i was'nt showing much signs, just my nose abit more runny than usual but it made him go to the toilet alot from the back end and what do you think happening to me exactley the same.
The day i was in hospital before my operation i told the nurses i was cold and when i went to theatre they put extra blankets on me and in the ward, so i thing it's developed after my operation and my immune system being low with having the op as'nt helped.
It's one of those colds where you don't get flued up heads, instead it's bad chills, aching of the body and head and i went yellow again teatime but if it does'nt move by the weekend i'll have to see my GP.
Thanks for the concern marla.
Love Terri xxx
I'm sorry I'm late on well wishes too.I missed this one. ADD I tell ya! So glad it went well. My daughter had the burning thing done. Rest and heal dear.
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Thanks mate and if your daughter had the novasure like myself, how long did it take for the bleeding after the operation to finish if you don't mind. xxx
Terri, just catching up on some reading. So sorry to hear about your husband's problems too. It never rains but it pours. My thoughts are with you both xxx
You know the saying lifes a test.
All those symptoms of being cold like the Agger etc it's been a bug in my system, woke this morning only ever had one coldsore in my life and that was off my hubby when i first met him, christ mate my top lip is all swollen and cold sores across the top and in my nose all over night, i do feel rough.
Hows you anyway mate. xxx