Too scared...God help me

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Monday morning I had a laparoscopic surgery in order to be removed an 6 cm endometriosis cyst form my right ovary. I was on day 12 of my cycle the day of the surgery...The surgeon told me that I had done ovulation from the other ovary.

Yesterday I returned home and this morning I woke up and it seems my period comes so much earlier.

I know my hormones are chaos before my surgery but now I afraid that the levels may be deteriorated

What can I do? I am so scared ...before the surgery my cycle was regular every 28 days along with awful peri symptoms

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    Hi Evi!

    That type of surgery can produce a period. I had to have my right ovary removed some years back and right after the surgery they told me I would bleed. They gave me pads to put on and everything. So try not to worry. Anytime they tinker around down there things get thrown off.

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      Hello my friend,

      I remember your story!

      They told me that they did not remove the ovary but I am sure they cut a part of the ovary to remove the endometrioma...Was endometriosis your cyst?

      I am extremely worried...I phoned to the doctor and told me that it is normal to see blood for some days ...I do not want to have shorten my cycle

      I am afraid that surgery will deteriorate my condition!

      Only God, this forum with you ladies are my refugees and mainly the armful of my mother

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      Evi,hon I know how you feel. As a matter of fact, when I had gallbladder removed I freaked out because when nurse took me to the toilet afterward, I was bleeding. She said the same thing that Sharcerv told you -whenevr they go rooting around they upset the balance of things down below and all over . I had an off n on period for 2 months after.

      Then 2 years later..this summer...I had a hysteroscopy and the same thing happened. I thought for sure each time that I was dying from something sinister.

      Hugs....deep breaths...

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      The gynecologist who performed the surgery said that there was no endometrial growths or tissues found. He said that the torsion to my ovary was just a freak of nature. That's how he described it. Also when I had my daughter via c-section years later, my ob/gyn said that there was no endo either so I don't know why that happened.

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      In my case they found adhesions and two nodules of endometriosis in the connections of uterus.

      I do not know what the hell is happening in my body!

      I am in premature perimenopause and having endometriosis at the same time?

      This is extremely weird!!!!!! it is unheard!

      I need help ladies. I cannot bear symptoms anymore. I am dying

      My hormone genetic profil is error of nature...What abnormal creature am I?

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      They found a lot of adhesions in there while performing the c-section. The doctor said it was from my previous surgery when they took out my ovary. Apparently my body over-produces scar tissue. So I get a lot of adhesions. But there are supplements that you can take that dissolve the adhesions. I will send you a private message because the moderator may not let me post the actual name of the pr

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