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    • susans62

      No, because she probably only had a hysterectomy (removal of uterus and usually cervix) and partial salpingectomy (removal of fallopian tubes). If she didn’t undergo an oophorectomy (removal of ovaries), then she’s still producing and releasing hormones, and thus triggering a menstrual cycle in the abnormal endometrial tissue still scattered throughout her abdomen, and possibly part of her thorax (chest). One reason endometriosis is so insidious is because, in rare cases, it can attach to things like the lungs, kidneys, I’ve even heard of it migrating to the cranial sinuses, where it showed as a bloody nose. Cases of thoracic and other distant involvement are rare, but they do happen, and patients have died because nobody thought of endometriosis until the autopsy.

    • susans62

      Anything by Richard Marx. Apart from “Hazard,” I do not associate my name with his. I’m not openly a romance fan. I’d rather listen to death metal and watch horror movies. But the part of me that grew up in the ’80s can’t get away from his soppy, soppy lyrics. At least Journey has enough badass clout that I can hold my head high and publicly state that the greatest concert EVER would have been one in which Queen and Journey had co-headlined, and Steve Perry and Freddy Mercury had performed a duet for the ages. IT HAPPENED IN MY IMAGINATION, YOU KNOW.