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by NANCY CUNNINGHAM (no login)
Hey Guys,I can't believe that i found women out there that are going through the same thing that i am going through.I sitting here just crying my eyes out because i finailly know that it's not all in my head.I had my Tubal done in Aug.92.I was very young and was never told of the complications or side affects.I did find it very strange that my DR.would not allow me to have my Tubes cut and burned,She stated that the reason for that was because i was so young.I do not remember ever seeing anything about side affects. The only consent form that i signed was consenting the Dr. to perform the operation and that in the event that i do become with child,that they would not be responsible.I have requested that my medical records be sent to me so that i may get this operation reversed.This operation as changed my life for the worst and i will not take this lying down.I feel that someone be responsible for the cause and effect that this operation has done to us.I also feel that if a insurance company approves this operation, they should also aaprove the reversal if there is complications after the fact.I would love to here from someone out there that has dealt with this Issue and has had their insurance company pay for reversed tubal Ligation.
Posted on Nov 9, 1998, 7:06 PM from IP address 188.8.131.52
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