About Me: Female, 54, near Detroit, MI, member since Aug 2008
Hi all, I am mom of three wonderful sons, oldest 18 is in the Army. Middle is a junior. little one 13. Mama's baby. Grandson 3 mth, Love that baby.
Im CL of hysterectomy
[More] forum. Been ther done that. Studied much on the subject and like to help others.Worked in health care 5 years ago. Looking to go back soon as bones are fused in my neck from 6mth disectomy/grafting/fusion.donor bones.
I love surfing the net. and OK I will admit it pkaying the Sims. Hobbies arts and crafts. cooking, reading.
i was wondering some i just got home from hospital from my hysteromy and my back and legs are hurting me so bad at night is it because of the surgey or i also have spineal stenios and neuropathy and have tingling in left knee by my pelvic area could you please email me a answer at ***@**** i possted a couple time and you answer them under spotting and hysteromy and cyst.
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