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Name: Julia

I Am a 51 yr old with a number of gynelogical issues. I have a 23 year history of cystocele, uterine & rectal prolapse, heavy menstrual bleeding and chronically low hemoglobin & ferritin levels. I supplement with iron, only to lose any restoration monthly. Transvaginal hysterectomy & anterior/posterior repair have been offered up as only solution. Recently, a large endometrial polyp and recurrent cervical polyp were discovered on transvaginal ultrasound (following a 21 day long bleed). My monthly cycles are every 21 days (from start to start), so it appears that menopause is not likely to occur anytime soon.
have you any suggestions?

I am exteremly conservative when is comes to recommending any surgical procedure. I have had 40 years of experience as a gynecologist. Your symptoms and ultrasound findings as you have described them to me force me to absolutely advise that you have the surgery as outlined by you doctor.

Phillip Warner, M.D.
Power Surge Medical Consultant
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