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    Quote Originally Posted by JayPeaches View Post
    With Lexapro I'd have vertigo, nausea and all kinds of other symptoms within 48 hours.
    Same with me and Zoloft!

    There isn't anything usually about their suggestion, I just don't like it! For me just finally figuring out that psychological symptoms are tied to my period has helped a lot. I am going to try some non SSRI's for the physical symptoms that I get: extreme tiredness, sore and achy joints, headaches, etc.
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    When I ran out of Celexa earlier this year, I had major withdrawals. I felt weak, I had vertigo, I felt electric shocks out of nowhere. It was awful!

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    I thought I was way overdue for my yearly and when to get one today and I was told that the new guidelines state that if you're over 30 and your last pap was fine, you don't have to get another for five years. Maybe I knew that and forgot, but it was crazy fantastic news! So happy I didn't have to stirrup up today (although I wish they told me that when I made the appt). Maybe it's just my insurance/healthcare provider/state or whatever, but woo hoo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khaleesi View Post
    I thought I was way overdue for my yearly and when to get one today and I was told that the new guidelines state that if you're over 30 and your last pap was fine, you don't have to get another for five years. Maybe I knew that and forgot, but it was crazy fantastic news! So happy I didn't have to stirrup up today (although I wish they told me that when I made the appt). Maybe it's just my insurance/healthcare provider/state or whatever, but woo hoo.
    Yes, I have been told that too when I have tried to make appts with Planned Parenthood. Awesome but a little unnerving because my hypochondriac side of me wants to go every year....

    ETA: I was also told this in ID and WA both with and without insurance. I just think it is a new standard now.

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    I saw the specialist in March and he won't operate to get the remaining endometriosis because there's so much scar tissue. My bowel is stuck to everything down there. He referred me to the Center of Endo in Atlanta. Not in-network for insurance. It will cost around 20000 for the surgery. The hospital is in-network.

    I live in St Louis and have found a specialist in Chicago. I have an appointment on Thursday. I hope he will do it. I am out of work due to this. My short term disability is terrible. I am so beyond screwed.

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    This is such an embarrassing and ridiculous question, but I must know:


    embarrassing subject

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    I track my cycle and make sure I am shaved or trimmed before it comes. Otherwise, it can get yucky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayPeaches View Post
    This is such an embarrassing and ridiculous question, but I must know:


    embarrassing subject
    Doctors have seen everything and then some. They don't care what you do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbarella View Post
    I track my cycle and make sure I am shaved or trimmed before it comes. Otherwise, it can get yucky.
    Uhhh, obviously I read your question too quickly and thought you were talking about your monthly visitor! Sorry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by julius ebola View Post
    Doctors have seen everything and then some. They don't care what you do.
    Pretty much.

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    I have surgery on Monday to hopefully remove a chocolate cyst on my ovary, and then the ovary and the tube I have left. I am going on hormone replacement therapy after this.
    I don't know how I feel about it. We shall see.

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    So I've been begging for menopause since I got my tubes tied in 2010 and it looks like it's here. I'm 41 and I've started getting hot flashes.

    Now that it's real I don't know how I feel about it. LOL

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    OMG so I had a migraine, then a sty, then strep throat, now yeast from the antibiotics, as well as puking and diarrhea also from the antibiotic. What a fucking miserable two-week stretch. Can I please stop taking my antibiotics yet?

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    OMG so I had a migraine, then a sty, then strep throat, now yeast from the antibiotics, as well as puking and diarrhea also from the antibiotic. What a fucking miserable two-week stretch. Can I please stop taking my antibiotics yet?
    Jesus that is worse than what I've had going on the last two days. Start of period (read: bleeding like a stuck pig, miserable cramps and aches) PLUS the god damn flu, complete with nausea, aches, chills, sinusitis, etc. I thought I was going to die and actually CRIED over how awful I was feeling. I only left the bed to change my tampon and that just about killed me. But at least it only lasted two days!

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