Monthly Archives: December 2013

Leaving 2013 behind, good riddance

This has been quite a year for everyone. For me, well, it has definitely not been boring. Let me summarize. January, hubby and I were ready to do another FET with our last embryo. We got to my Endo doc … Continue reading

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Biopsy results are in

I’ve had this paper and a few pictures since Monday. It’s my biopsy results from surgery. I wasn’t too sure what to do with this information. So, I guess I should just share it (since I share everything). Here are … Continue reading

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Pensive day

It’s Christmas morning. I’m sitting on the couch in a pensive mood, while my husband showers and I’m trying to process it all. This surgery and recovery is so different. I’m not sure what to think of it all. I’m … Continue reading

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Recovery is slow and painful

Before I get into some of what the surgeon told me on Monday, I figured I’d let you all know what I’m experiencing. It’s been 4 &1/2 days since surgery. Showering is exhausting. Standing for more than two minutes is … Continue reading

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Surgery #7 the beginning

The hospital called me to come in earlier for my surgery on Thursday. It made me nervous. It made me feel excited too. Perhaps if the surgeon is running early, then he has more time to remove my uterus as … Continue reading

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Post surgery thank you

Thank you for all of your kind messages and prayers. Especially from my endosisters and fellow warriors. Surgery “went well” and I’m hoping to be released from the hospital today. All I know is there was endometriosis on my bowels … Continue reading

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Surgery day #7 wish me luck

While getting ready to leave the hotel, the hospital called and asked me to come in early, he’s running EARLY??? I’ve never heard that before! The butterflies went up to my throat and my intestines started making noises again. My … Continue reading

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