Stopped esmya

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Stopped the esmya after 3 weeks due to night sweats ,hot flushes,severe womb pain,ovarian pain,chest pains like I was having a heart attack,etc.Have 20 plus fibriods,tried the mirena( uterus too bulky),uterine embolization( lining grew back),zoladex( severe migraine) so hysterectomy in sept.I had 4babies with fibroids the third was painful due to baby kicking on them,the fourth was a breeze.My doc says am the rare type who seem to get no problems getting pregnant with fibroids on the walls of my uterus and outside.

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    Goodness! So sorry you're having all those symptoms. I'm struggling a bit with ESMYA too but not on the same scale as you and certainly no chest pains which would have definitely made me stop taking it too. I had a few sweats, headaches and dizziness first few weeks. I'm coming to the end of week 5 - my main issue has been near constant bleeding, heavy first 2 weeks and heavy again last 7-8 days with bad pains, flooding and clots. I'm sure it's another period. Plus, overwhelming fatigue.

    Hysterectomy sounds like it may be the right decision for you. I think there's only so much we can tolerate with various different procedures esp when they don't have the desired effect.

    Good luck in September.

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    Wow your doctor is right you are truly a rare one . I understand having one or two but 4 is a miracle . I think hysterectomy is a good option for you i had hot flushes with esmya and pain in my hips joint but I can relate to the symptoms you are having since I got that same symptoms from tranezamic acid and had to stop it . I wish you all the best in your next step
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