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Tube removal

I have had my laporocpy and my left tube removed on Tuesday and they also removed a lot of adhesions that was sticking everything together. It was suppose to be a procedure that didn't have me staying in but as I was in so much pain they kept me in overnight.

He was also able to unblock my right tube which I'm really positive about. Just want to speak to my consultant suppose to be 6-8 weeks to find out all the nitty gritty and get refered onto IVF.

I was also give a pescription for injections for stuff to prevent blood clots, when the district nurse came she explained I'd have to do them myself, I think I was that spaced out on drugs I just said OK lol I was also thinking well it will be practice for IVF.

Well for someone who is petrified of needles I must say I found it really easy :) and I'm hopeful it will take some of the nerves away when I do start IVF

I wish you all good luck in your journeys and loads of baby dust

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Hi Crazy_cat. Well, all I can say is well done you for getting the “nasty” part over with AND for managing your Clexane (heparin) injections. Just remember to always do them slowly to prevent bruising. A little wait for your next consultation, but you will have plenty of time to get over the op. I do wish you well with whatever treatment is decided for you, and more importantly for success. Diane

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Thank you diane, the district nurse was really good explaining ( and better at doing them than hospital nurse). Think I've mastered them this morning but thank you for advice.

Think we have a long road still in front of us but hopefully the worst part physically is out the way


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