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I actually thought I was going crazy!

by DINA YOUNG (no login)


This web site is amazing! I am so RELIEVED that there are other women who exist that are experiencing what I'm experiencing!

I have 4 children, the last child was born May of 1994 by cesarean and of course, I made the decision of having my tubes tied. Since then I have had intense cramping and moodiness. It affects my work and my relationship with others. I had NEVER experienced signs of PMS before any of my children except after my tubal ligation.

I have seen my doctor several times regarding this. His solution? Muscle relaxers. That's it.

Taking matters into my own hands, I am looking into having my tubal ligation reversed but am curious to know the cost and if any one knows about insurance coverage.

I am ready to fight all of this because I know my body has made some drastic changes and I believe I have pinpointed the cause.

Posted on Jan 14, 1999, 2:05 PM
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