Jade318 After you said headaches I wanted to cry; I have had a hysto two years ago maybe going on three; and I have had this issue to, milk; after babies I have three oldest is 16 and I had milk inbetween but just chalked it up to it was my F uped hormones; so I ignored it mostly, now after hysto I am engorged today went and had prolactin checked won't know about it til tomorrow; and my thyroid has always been NORMAL? What the hell is normal, I think my whole 39 years of hell , being bitchy; crabby; ect. was and is hormornes i have my left one left too................I had PPD bad with oldest; the second a little and the last 5 yr old NONE, I get dizzy; vertigo and lightheadness; and I get teh numbness in legs and arms especially my right breast has more milk now today and yesterday in it and my left is more painlike, honestly i made my husband suck on them and tell me if he was gettin anything out and if it tasted like breast milk tastes he said yeah and it was sweet??????I am not sleeping; at all I hope this helps just knowing your not the only one; I hate the rageing bit$% I have become and I am not a big girl; like 5'1 and 115 lbs so who knows I will let you know tomorrow what results are. My kids are Girl; Boy; Girl; and inbetween first girl and boy i had been pregnant with twins; one in tube and one in uterus and that one miscarried and the second my Dr had to get to a golf game so did DNC/ left me and I flew out to Calif. and the atopic ruptured i was very spetic/ on 9/11/01 how crazy is that I had a fever of 105 and could not be operated on til the 12th and then i got pregnant again and it was etopic or if you want to call it that, the baby attached to the nub left on my uterus after I lost the tube; in calif and was alive, heart beat strong 158bpm she had to kill it and then I was told the damage to my body and other tube and ovary was to the extent of never having a baby so I quit all BC and boom came my son and then my last a girl; all c sectionsView Thread
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