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Giant Ovaries O' Pain by Bon Posted Fri 17 Apr 2009 12:00am Today was my u/s and blooddraw. I have been, off and on, feeling like a big bloated marshmallow. Today is the first day I feel a constant cramp feeling in my sides. I feel like a big Stay Puft Marshmallow Man. It hurtz. I waddled my way into the RE and, during my blooddraw, told the nurse that last time I cycled I got cancelled on my fi ... Read on »
Help with Fibroids and Endometritis by Ben L. Naturopathic Doctor Posted Mon 12 Oct 2009 10:01pm Fibroids and Endometritis I am 32 years old and having uterine fibroid of size 3.5cm.and polycyst in both my ovaries. I have endometritis as well. I have painful mensuration as well as painful white discharge. Kindly suggest remedies for this. Thanks! Answer: Hi Sharon - Uterine fibroids, cysts in ovaries and painful menses are ... Read on »
In Pain by Joy .. Posted Thu 16 Sep 2010 7:13pm So I'm having some pains. This would be the third day. I am thinking a cyst on my left ovary so I've taken Tylenol and I'm heading to bed really early in just a few minutes. It's just really frustrating to me. I have been fine up until that first period and now it feels like things are flaring back up again. I've tried to look up prevention of ... Read on »
Diminished Ovarian Reserve, First Time IVF: Low Estradiol (E2) Levels During IVF Stim Cycle by Edward Ramirez, MD Posted Sat 26 Mar 2011 11:12am Question: K. from NYC: So, I took your advice and immediately wasted no time, and moved directly to IVF (in vitro fertilization). Dx: DOR (diminished ovarian reserve) @ age 35, one previous live birth 2 years ago, natural conception, (baby came from left ovary) after 12 months of trying @ 32 years old. My rece ... Read on »
My First 5K = My First Race Summary! by KohlerCreated Posted Mon 29 Nov 2010 11:31am Well, as Neil would say, “I deeeeeeed it!” I ran my first 5k! In 37:25, so not too shabby for a first-timer, and considering the rain and cold we ran through, I had a pretty good time doing it. Everyone was totally right when they said it’s completely addictive. It’s amazing to not only feel like you’ve reached a milestone, but so early ... Read on »
This Week In Doctors, Take 2 by dancing65roses Posted Wed 30 Sep 2009 5:23pm I called my OB/GYN at 8 this morning to see if I could get the elusive "emergency spot." I couldn't. "Today is the Doctor's first day back, and she is unbelievably busy." I'm in an unbelievable amount of pain. Who trumps who. She trumps me. I got to see the nurse practitioner. She told me that my cervix could look normal. It just happ ... Read on »
The Day That Wouldn't End by Tilling Mama Facebook Posted Mon 11 May 2009 12:00am So since I started this new “Fueling Your Life” program, I’m supposed to watch my “self-talk”.  For those of you unfamiliar with the great gifts of Lyme Disease, “Positive Thinking” tends to go out when the tick breaks it’s latch.  It is very hard to be positive when your body is full of raging and replicating, nasty bacteria. So tod ... Read on »
Dipped Waist Kelly Dress by zhyuddming Posted Tue 02 Jul 2013 6:10am Positive thinking For some, getting pregnant isn't as easy as it sounds. If you've been trying to conceive for over a year without success or are investigating and/or attempting alternate or more intense methods of conceiving (The Next Level), we may be the group for you. From medical intervention to careful charting, we're ready to supp ... Read on »
It’s Not Unusual To Get Cysts On The Ovaries by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Wed 21 Apr 2010 10:18pm 1 Comment Regardless of a woman’s age, it’s quite common to have cysts on the ovaries. In fact, the majority of women will have at least one ovarian cyst in their lifetime. However, there is no need to be alarmed, because the majority of them are normal and will not cause any harm. But, there are also those cyst ... Read on »
My story: Danielle Lake. by Shireen Hand Posted Wed 02 Jan 2013 3:00am Although I was diagnosed with endometriosis in October of 2011, my struggle with the disease goes back seven years ago. I knew something was wrong when I started getting "stomach aches". These stomach aches, located in my lower abdomen, lower back and sometimes stretching up to my stomach and chest, were all consuming and agonising. ... Read on »