I had a partiual hyster. some yrs ago cancer in one of my ovaries I told the doctor to take both cause my Mom had to go her 2nd one later from cancer & I didn't want that but she didn't take it I know this sounds crazy but I am having the same feelings as before but since I don't bleed anymore I'm not totally sure but am sure if that makes sense the 1st time nothing showed so I had to threaten to shoot myself if they didn't do anything but now I can't go to the doctors cause I don't have insurance. I have doctors bills coming from all over because I keep getting sick & people keep bringing me to hospitals when I don't want to go. I just need to know what symptoms to look for got so many but I don't get periods anymore so I can't go by that this time please if anyone understands this & knows anything please reply.. God Bless You All..View Thread
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