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My Dear Uterus:
On Tuesday, we will break up forever.  I will do to you what I often wished I could do to an old boyfriend. I will walk into a place with you and I will leave without you. As with any relationship, there will be some pain with the passing but it won’t last for long.

I’ve never been emotionally attached to you, uterus.  You served your purpose.  However, lately you’ve been causing me more pain than pleasure.  If there were anything else in my life that brought me nothing but pain and suffering and brought absolutely no value to my life, I would remove it from my life.  Thus, it’s time for you to go!

Some people tell me that I should have fought to keep you.  I believe those same people told me I should have fought harder for my first marriage, too, and look how that ended.  Once it’s over, it’s over. There’s no use going to counseling or taking other steps to keep the relationship active, as the relationship is clearly over.

I thought about a going away party.  A bon-voyage party for you, dear uterus.  I struggled with the invitations, though, as well as the refreshments.  What does one serve at such a function?  What kind of gifts would I expect to receive?  If women get showers when the uterus provides the gift, it seems that at the end of the natural life, more gifts would be exchanged.

In closing, my former friend, I wish I could say I will miss you.  I won’t.  I would love to be able to tell you that having you in my life has been a pleaure.  it wasn’t, except for the two times you helped me to hold on to my babies and produce those amazing little people called my sons.

So hang up the streamers and balloons.  Buy a sheet cake.  Call my friends and I’ll send you on your merry little way!  Best wishes for your future!

A {soon to be} uterus free Queen



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      Mary Clark wrote Oct 18, 2008
    • I got rid of mine 11 years ago and I can say it was one of the best decisions in my life.  

      I was able to live again......

      Yep....this uterus free Queen has been  reigning for a while....it’s wonderful!

      Best of luck to you.......



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      Almostfive0 wrote Oct 18, 2008
    • Good luck with everything Tuesday QB! And congrats on starting a new chapter in your life.



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      Coachmombabe wrote Oct 18, 2008
    • I think you have a great attitude, QB! I hope you really do have that party. I know of a woman who recently faced a double mastectomy and held a “Bye-bye Boobie” party. I think it really helps to draw your “sisters” close for these things men can’t really understand. Thanks for your positive example!



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      Queenbee wrote Oct 25, 2008
    • Thanks, Ladies:
      I’m home from what is kindly referred to on the hyster-sister site as the Castle and am working on recovery. It has not been pleasant but I’m looking forward to the long term benefits!
      I’ll write later as to the revenge of the uterus! It won the battle, but I won the war!
      Thanks again for the warm wishes!!!
      QB



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      Coachmombabe wrote Oct 25, 2008
    • Prayers for your speedy recovery!



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      Queenbee wrote Nov 27, 2008
    • I have not missed nor have I mourned for my uterus.  We parted ways without looking back.  She (of course this body part would be female) caused as much difficulty and trouble as was possible and caused the doctor to spend 4 hours working on a 1 hour procedure!  Bitch.  Then, come to find out that this lovely organ was harboring fugitives.  3 softball size tumors had taken up residence in my uterus.  Excuse me?  What the HEck IS THAT?  i DON‘T THINK SO!
      So...after all that, everything is well.  I have never felt better!  Once I got past the pain, I felt great.  I began to feel like I had energy and could do things other than lay in bed anytime I wasn’t at work!  I’ve lost over 20 pounds, too!  Yippee!!!  Life is good, sans uterus!



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      Coachmombabe wrote Nov 28, 2008
    • Yay! Hooray!!! So glad you are doing well, Queenbee. Welcome back!!!



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      Linni wrote Nov 28, 2008
    • im glad you are back and doing well!



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