This is just yet another question from my overly analytical mind but I've worked in medicine for 20 years, a lot of them typing medical reports and this has been bugging me. Why does it seem that seizures tend to increase with menstruation as do headaches in a lot of females? It makes you wonder. I had an abdominal hysterectomy (kept ovaries) due to uterine prolapse and after that surgery, the chronic diarrhea from my irritable bowel stopped. I mean - I had IBS for YEARS and boom - they do the hysterectomy and it stops. Anyone ever have one surgery end up curing another problem?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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