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by Dianne (no login)


10 years ago I had tubal rings done, and I was not fully informed, I had (have) 2 children, both concieved will on birth control pills and using a condom, with my husband, we wanted to wait, but unfortunately that wasn't meant to be. Since then I bleed extraordinarily heavy, mood swings that actually have scared my family, cramps that make me wish that I had a child to show for all the pain that I experience for the 5-7 days each month every month for the last 10 years. Medicaid which was paying at the time, wanted me to have this done, I agreed, because of that 1% thing. I now want a reversal. Some doctors have told me to have a hysterectomy, but I am 31 and do not want to go that route unless absolutely necessary, I believe medicaid paid for it to be done they should pay for it to be reversed. My doctor or Medicaid did not inform me, and at that time nor-plant or the shots were not available. If they can do it and talk the patients into it, then discover later the drawbacks, then atleast try to rectify the situation.

Posted on May 25, 1999, 12:30 AM
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