That’s my word for the crap in my ute. Adhesions, polyps, and leftover placental tissue. Dr said the pregnancy was definitely cornual, so I’m guessing, in some ways, we might have been lucky that it was clearly not a viable pregnancy.

He told Mr. Hope he was able to open the tube. I have to be on Estrace for at least 30 days to attempt to prevent more garbage. Then I have to do Provera at some point and yet another HSG. I’m glad it’s over, but I’m still a little scared about the recurrence, etc. And I feel sort of sad. I don’t know how to clearly summarize my thoughts and emotions about this.

Off to bed.

~ by Larisa on April 30, 2009.

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  1. I’m so sorry that the garbage continues for you. This all sucks so much I’m not really sure what to say but I’m so sorry this happened.

  2. I think it sounds impossible to summarize thoughts and emotions around this. I’m just so sorry, L.

  3. Just. So. Sorry.

  4. Loving on you from afar ((HUGS)).

  5. Oh great. I’m so sorry. I was hoping it might be easier than that. I’m hoping that getting rid of all that leftover garbage, as you put it, in your ute will allow you to get rid of the emotional garbage, too. It’s no wonder you were still feeling the drag of it all, it hadn’t left you yet.
    I hope this really was the end of it, and I’m glad you could find the reason in having a non viable pregnancy considering it’s location. Next time is your ticket. I hope, I hope, I hope.

  6. I’m sorry you’re dealing with ALL of this garbage. Glad the surgery is over, and hoping that there are no recurrences.
    Hope you’re feeling better soon… physically and emotionally. ((Hugs))

  7. HUGS xxx

  8. “I feel sort of sad” summarizes it perfectly.

  9. I’m so sorry. It is just sucktastic that garbage keeps happening.

  10. Ugh. I don’t know what to even say. Wishing it would get easier and you wouldn’t have to keep going through more crap.

  11. Garbage is right. There really is no other word. The positive side to things is that garbage day is over and the garbage has been put to the curb. May it never, EVER return.

    I wish that you did not have to feel sad or deal with the numerous procedures in order to move forward with your dreams. From an outsider’s perspective, you possess some truly amazing strength.

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