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  • Posted By: D Baker
  • January 28, 2007
  • 05:10 AM

had endometriosis for 10 years undiagnosed, felt emmensely better after hysterectomy for a short time have felt tired almost all my life doc feels it is depression, i feel the tiredness is depressing i swell easily my feet swell if i even sit for a few hours when i was in early 20's i seemed to have symptoms of a heart problem and was put on blood pressure medication for about a year had trouble breathing just normal walking... working where i climbed stairs every hour for break seemed to help eventually feel i have a heart problem possibly, but have had EKG's normal was very athletic swimmer as child/teen also feel possible female problem still even though i have only one ovary have abdominal pain quite often before hysterectomy 5 years ago and since endometriosis was so bad it was the whole uterus and not just the lining and i had tumor that was removed ty for any help my doc is an idiot, and i refuse to go to her, she is VA

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  • I hate to say this but the Endometriosis may have come back. From what I have read even if you have a complete Hysterectomy it could come back (if the doctor did not remove it from everywhere outside the female organs if you had it in other places. Also, they say that when either ovary is left you can get it again. They of course have many theories. I would also try to go off all foods that have yeast in them & see if that helps. There is a book called "The Yeast Connection" that you can buy. There are also many websites that you can go into (I don't know off hand of any). They say (of course Endometriosis is still up in the air---they do not know what causes it yet) that yeast is a contributing factor to Endometriosis.
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    • January 28, 2007
    • 06:53 PM
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