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  1. “And the sea will run red, and all your sheets and underwear will be ruined and everything you touch shall turn to BLOOD.”

    While living this is decided not pleasant, I had to LAUGH OUT LOUD when I read it!

    Please keep me posted on the success of your next surgery. I am keeping my fingers crossed for a complete success and speedy recovery.

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    1. kronda

      Well you know I like the find the humor in everything. 🙂

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    2. danielle padalecki

      i am so glad I came across this. although my sister went thru so much worse than me, I’m glad to see other people understand what I am talking about. i’m set for surgery on 4/18. I feel people think I am over exaggerating. I have enjoyed your post. hope your still doing well.

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  2. Not to go too far back-atcha with the TMI, but this was my life too, but then it turned out I had other stuff going on (teratomas and extensive adenomyosis) so I ended up havign the entire apparatus removed. Uh. All I wanted to say was if you ever need an ear to talk to about these things, I know we don’t really know eachother, but, lets just say, I’ve been there. So, ear…. extended.

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    1. kronda

      Thanks. Luckily I have a supportive wife who has not only been through pretty much the same thing, but is also a nurse! Poor thing, she had to make do with my amateur nursing during her recovery. I’ll have the real thing. 🙂

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  3. Ugh, I have yet to hear of a successful IUD story. I hope Dr S gets back from vacation soon!

    In case you’re not sick of hearing it, you’re an inspiration for what you’re able to accomplish when you set your mind on something, your honesty and ability to share what isn’t always comfortable.

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