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Mid-cycle pain after tubal

by Missy (no login)


After four children, I decided I wanted a tubal. My doctor did not inform me of any problems that could arise after a tubal. My twins are 5 months old and ever since they were two months old I have mid-cycle pain that can double me over in tears for hours. I now also have joint pain that is terrible in most parts of my body. My period is irregular. One time real light the next heavy. I have never had PMS but now do so. His comment is I am a bitch. This is not my personality. My hair had since started to come out by the brush load. My bathroom sink is full of strands by the time I finish grooming my hair.

I am a low income family and had to use the county clinic for my last pregnacy and the tubal. I had no idea that there could be problems. I am questioning this decision now. The pain mid-cycle is terrible. The joint pain I never had until two months ago. To even hold a pen and write a is hard. It is horrible and seems to never stop. I am currently unable to go to the doctor due to having to wait until my husbands new insurance kicks in January 99. Until then I have to wait.

Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.

Posted on Dec 25, 1998, 3:09 PM
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