I had total Hysterectomy at 38, for NO reason. was supposed to be a Laproscopic exploratory and I woke up basically castrated.I had serious anger issues and lower abd area skin above the surg. scar has been dumb for years I heard what you said about "adhesions"? I've been where you are w/pain..In fact the last few days Have had thoughs I won't mention here about.."Can I take all of this much longer"?? I loved my career and now no life.YES, I get how you feel, pain is wearing you down. You need someon to answer and validate pain and either fix it or send you to someone who can help w/the pain..Don'tsuffer.."Learn to walk out of their office if they act like jerks". You hire them and they are not God's, some think they are.. Good luck Lynda.
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