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01 Aug 2008
i am a 30 year old women and had two kids already, and i am not planning on having any more, i would like to know if you do not have problems with your ovaries but would like to have them removed, would it be possible my reason for this is that my breast are extremely painful a week before my mensis and a bleed heavily for up to nine days and the pain is tremendous i can barely walk, and also just before i start i have this sharp pain on the right side that i makes it difficult to stand.
If your ovaries are removed, you will immediately be menopausal and this is not pleasant. You should see a gynaecologist to find a cause for your symptoms. There are treatments that would be able to help.
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