Diag. with borderline ovca LMP at age 33 in 2002. Opted for hysterectomy a year and a half later. After 5 yrs of follow-up I continue to be cancer free. I've been a long time visitor here (since 2002) and like to share my story and experience when I can. I'm an avi
[More]d crafter (beading too - bracelets and necklaces), love garage sales and thrift stores and look for antiques and collectibles, I also sell what I don't keep on ebay. In April of 2008 I joined Weight Watchers and 6 mos later have lost just over 30lbs! I have a long way to go and will get to my goal!
Happy Thanksgiving! Well you just have to remember that any surgery can have complications but for how many surgerys that have been done it doesnt happen all the time, plus some times people w/the complications they dont always do what the dr's tell them to, and yes you need to check out the dr's and how good they are. I am doing good, joined a gym on Sat so trying to get in the mode of all this only lost 1once in 3 days so very frustrated but not going to stop
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