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... I HAVE had unbelievable mood swings. I am trying to determine if the moodiness is some kind of crazy PMS that was brought on by the Novasure procedure, or could it be something else. ... (1 replies)
... but not as bad as some have complained! the PMS and the cramps are the worst part ... ... (5 replies)
Pms after forty
Jan 8, 2008
... I also had an ultrasound which, unfortunately, brought up another issue, a 7.5 cm ovarian simple fluid filled cyst on my left ovary. This is being monitored but after two months, it had remained exactly the same so we suspect that it is a serous cyst and not a normal functional cyst. ... (4 replies)

Pms after forty
Jan 4, 2008
... Hi, wanted to put my two cents in as well. Im 41. About 2 years ago, I started getting horrible PMS symptoms, heavy HEAVY periods and everything went haywire. Strange, especially since im on the pill.... ... (4 replies)
... nd abnormal sex drive. Everything I eat turns into a big ball in my stomach. One doctor swears that's it's IBS. I have another apt with the gyno to determine if ablation is the answer. I have another apt with gastro to determine if an endoscopy would be needed, ind you that I've done 3 in the past with negative results. ... (0 replies)
... I had my uterine ablation done little over 3 years ago and it was a miracle for me. I have had no bleeding, no pms,no monthly headaches and bloating. ... (1 replies)
... Hi again ladies. I have been hesitant to post again because I have been waiting for something noteworthy to write about. I am happy to report that after my last posting, I have not had a period (and it was due last week according to the schedule my body has been on for the past year or so). I had cramps toward the end of last week and the PMS was for sure around :mad: but... (78 replies)
... my period got heavier today and I wore a regular tampon for about 5 hours and it was fine. After that, back to a pantiliner. Wow, wouldn't it be cool if I only really bled for around 4 hours for one day a week? ... (78 replies)
... Everything feels great. It feels great knowing I don't have a period nor do I really have any PMS symptoms. My husband and I feel "free" finally. . .especially me. ... (3 replies)
... I ask because I just turned 50. I have no signs of menopause, unfortunately, b I have noticed also that my PMS is much worse, but my logic tells me there should be no change since no ovaries have been removed. ... (15 replies)
... ne almost 2 years ago. And at first, it was great. And it still is to a point now, but it wasn't quite what I had hoped it would be. I had horribly heavy periods after my son was born, and after having my tubes tied. Blood would just run down my legs, it was horrible. So in that respect, it did stop that, thankfully. ... (15 replies)
... if you can let me know what type of ablation you had...? ... (47 replies)
... l had my ovaries that were working ok, so I didn't have to take any horomones then. I did however, lol, still ovulate and hence PMS. But it was worth it. Now, after my hysterectomy, I have 1 ovary, still not on hormones yet. Everything is doing great. ... (47 replies)
Thermal ablation?
Jul 23, 2004
... I, too, had adenomyosis. This procedure eliminated my pain completely. The only things I get are PMS grouchies and headaches now. My digestive tract gets a little upset, but nothing like before. I can still eat and not get horrible stomachaches. ... (5 replies)
... o minimal I usually only need a pantyliner on all days of my period. I don't even get cramps anymore. I don't get quite as tired, but still do have a few other PMS symptoms. Also, my colon and digestive system in general doesn't get as messed up and upset like it did before. I used to get bad stomachaches and diahrrea. ... (2 replies)
... Let me tell you, I was terrified of the cytotec! It was NOTHING! Half an hour after I inserted it, I felt some minimal cramping...but nothing that was bad. No bleeding, either. I slept well, with a couple of tylenol PMs to help. ... (4 replies)
... annoying part of healing. I did have about a week worth of "drippage" from the ablation itself. I still have monthly periods but they are pretty light and last about 5 days using mostly panty liners and a couple tampons. ... (4 replies)
... c sections, and I have underwent a tubal ligation in July of 2003. I noticed that the cycles were getting heavier after the last child came along, but I don't know exactly when. ... (13 replies)
... ldren, that is. The gynecologist recommends endometrial ablation. What that does is basically cooks the lining in the uterus. Some women stop bleeding altogether after that but most just get to experience lighter periods, less pain, and fewer PMS symptoms. I'm all for any kind of relief at this point. ... (31 replies)
... and got extremely bad headaches. I just quit the pill altogether after that. I was on it for bad and painful periods. It lightened them a tiny bit, but not enough. I have since had an ablation done and a tubal. ... (3 replies)




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