A quarter of my life

I was now passing clots the size of (what felt like) major organs. I swear I thought my liver had detached and slipped out of my body on a couple of occasions. By this time, I was down to 25% of my life. My period lasted one week. It took me about a week to prepare my mind to face my period and about a week to recover from it. Only one week out of the month was carefree. One week! I loved that week. The world was full of rainbows and Godiva chocolate. All was right.

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2 Responses to “A quarter of my life”

  1. Dona Greenlee Says:

    This is so strange..I have experienced exactly the same things that you have with this condition..the dam bursting,the organ sized clots that I have also described as ‘passing my liver’!
    Then theres the one week of normal living..I have told friends for years that I get one week a month to enjoy life undistracted.
    Most vacations have been postponed or cancelled because of this trouble!
    It may have saved my life, I was heading to NYC on 9/11, but cancelled because of cramps.
    I am not as educated as you, I drive a delivery truck for FEDEX, which is a nightmare in the heat with cramps and heavy bleeding.
    I actually came home from work yesterday cramping so severley that I thought I would pass out..got home and..ummm..threw a liver..haha..YIKES!
    I also have endometriosis, so that contibutes to my misery.
    I just had a transvaginal ultrasound last week which revealed 6 fibroids.
    Im seriously consideing a hysterectomy, Im 46 and have no children.
    Thank you for this link, it helps to know Im not alone.
    Dona

  2. EclecticGeek Says:

    The funny thing is that I started to not even post about my “quarter of a life” or organ-like clots. I thought it would sound kind of crazy but something told me to just put it out there. I’m so glad I did. I now know that I AM kind of crazy but not just because of these dang fibroids. 😉 Dona, thank you for your comment. It’s good to hear from someone who understands. You have helped me and that’s much appreciated. My thoughts are with you.


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