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I feel like I have sanity back

by kathy (no login)


Susan I knew a girl in school and her name was Susan Bucher and she went to Shawano High School-but she graduated a year after me so I know you can't be the same one-but it is weird seeing your name :-).The medical Industry is very corrupt-I had no knowledge of any problems related to a tubal ligation all I was told before surgery was that there was a slight chance that I could still get pregnant again-but then years later when I seen what they did like cut my tubes and removed 3/4 of an inch on each side,and then burnt and tied them I thought it would take an act of god to fix my tubes ever again-so I don't know how I could still end up a slight chance of pregnancy?I have known of some of the evils that the Medical Industry tries to cover up-like my hubby was a Gulf Veteran-need I say more?the chems and bio's made alot of them sick and when the soldiers got sick it was all in their head too.I am glad you posted your story and I read it to my husband and he was really blown away-he had no idea either.Take care Kathy

Posted on Oct 9, 2001, 2:15 AM
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