I had Nova Sure/Ablation 5 years ago. Seemed to be successful. Just last week, I woke in incredible pain and begain heavy bleeding. Went to ER, was told I had to have hysterectomy and sent home to wait for my OB to get back from vacation. Well, the pain got worse and worse so I saw another OB in the same office. She said I had 5 years of blood built up in my uterus. After trying to clear the blood in her office, I was rushed to surgery. Cleaned out the uterus and awaiting a follow-up appointment on Friday to see if I have to have hysterectomy.
I just have the nova sure surgery about 3 weeks ago I was told I should be up & about in a few days. I have had continues cramping nd stabbing pain.. I was even admitted to the hospital for IV antibiotics but still the same pain
I don't know what to do ne more
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