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by Candi (no login)


Thanks for answer your question...I don't really know a whole lot about the laser method I'm ashamed to say...I had it the following morning after my third child was born...However, my ex-sister-in-law had the same surgery in the same hospital about a year after I did. Oddly enough...and I called her to ask her if she had any of the symptoms I have been reading about on this site...and neither of us have had any problems. In fact..I would have to say that I now have a much easier time with my period than I ever did cramps whatsoever...
As far as the procedure I do have a small horizontal scar about an inch long under my navel...that was the only cut by a scapel...I was sore only for about a day and then back to normal....I think I will try and find out more about the laser procedure since it seems to be not as widely used as the others......Thanks again!

Posted on Mar 19, 1999, 2:49 PM
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