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Monika Hearne, M.D., Board Certified OB/GYN
Category: OB GYN
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I am 42 years old without children but not planning to ever

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I am 42 years old without children but not planning to ever have one having severe period pain that literally I will end up in ER for the last 3 months and be given with morphine. I do not have too much blood loss but last year there were 4 consecutive months that my period lasted for 15 to 22 days from mild to medium flow hence I do not have anemia. I am diagnosed of adenomyosis 8.5 cm and my ovaries both have 18 mm & 17 mm cyst as well my cervix have nabothian cyst. My prolactin levels were high 2 years ago hence my OBGYN gave me Dostinex. My CA 125 is at 400. My laparoscopic subtotal hysterectomy is scheduled this coming July 6, 2013. I am so worried about cancer and freaking out with anxiety over my medical issue.

Any advise please I have the result of my MRI with me which was done last 19 of March.

I am having Diabetes for the last 2 years and High Blood Pressure for the last 4 years. I am 92 KG, 5 feet and 6 inches. I am taking Norvasc 5 mg and Approvel 150 mg as well as crestor 10 mg (for 3 months only).
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: OB GYN
Expert:  Dr Owen replied 4 years ago.

Dr Owen :

Hi

Dr Owen :

Is there any other information that I can help you with?

Dr Owen :

hi

Dr Owen :

I think I just helped you

JACUSTOMER-bds3w72d- :

hello again just a follow-up question, will I be on menopause after my sub-total hysterectomy?

Dr Owen :

I've been waiting for you at this question.

Dr Owen :

no, you will not

Dr Owen :

I have answered your question on the other question for you

Dr Owen :

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