I am in my 30's and have had ovarian cysts for 20 years. 3 months ago, i had laproscopy to remove cysts off of both ovaries. They cauderized both ovaries as well. I am having my second mense since surgery and its EXTREAMLY heavy and i'm also having bad pain around my navel. This is day 11 of mense! Usually it's only 7 days, heavy first 3-4days, then light. Now, it's spotty for a week then floods. I go through a pad @ every 2hrs. Went to a doc (no insurance or money and owe hospital buttloads of money) she said if i pass out , go to the er and probably end up with a transfusion. Before surgery, my menses were NEVER like this. Should i worry @ hemmoraging? The doc is running blood work , but i won't know @ that for 2 more days. Can't afford to miss more work. Any help? Anyone? The doc that did the surgery won't return my calls. and they wonder why we hate them..:confused:Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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