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I can't believe how similar we are!!!

by Tonia (no login)

 

HI... I too have hypothyroidism..which wasn't discovered until after I had my tubes "clamped"
and now each month... i get moody, cry, bloated,
and very very tender... it all feels like i am pregnant..but i know darn good and well I am not.
I have often wondered what was causing such severe pms but never in a million years did I figure it was because of my tubal!!! wow... to know that there is a cause and a possible solution is a comfort of some sorts...but not really... I came to be at this site by searching for symptoms on tubal pregnancies...as I too have wondered more than once if that could have been what was wrong...now I know the real truth! great site.. what exactly are the sypmtoms that go along with pts? and statistically what is the number of women who end up having to have a hysterectomy because of cysts due to tubals?
thanks!!!




Posted on Jan 2, 1999, 9:53 PM
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