About Me: Female, 47, DFW, TX, member since Mar 2007
Surgical Menopause 4/07 because of severe Endo and elevated CA125. I have had 4 Laparoscopies, 2 Laparotomies, 6months of Lupron shots, and a c-section from the birth of my twins. Had wound separation w/both Laparotomies resulting in a 12 week open incision. I was nega
[More]tive for OVCA.
Married 22yrs and have twin 18 yr old boys.
I know what you mean about the x-mas spirit, this year is pretty difficult. My husband is still unemployed (4 years). Maryland's unemployment rate is 10% and the county I live in is around 15%. Luckily my job is great and hopefully will stay that way. So I just plaster a fake smile on my face and hopefully I'll get there. There's an old saying "Fake it till you make it". Maybe I'll get the x-mas spirit soon. Hope you are doing well. Love Lisa
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