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Topic Title: Minimally Invasive Procedure Treats Varicose Veins in the Pelvis
Created On: 04/01/2005 10:20 PM
 
 04/01/2005 10:20 PM

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cdngirl71

In the news today:Minimally Invasive Procedure Treats Varicose Veins in the PelvisPregnancy following right/left ovarian vein embolization? HEllo! I am anxious to see if anyone has had subsequent pregnancies following embolization of the right and/or left ovarian veins? I have both of mine embolized, the right ov has 10 coils (it was OUCH) and the left ov has 6. I have a bit of relief but got pregnant, had a painful 10 days of pregnancy before blessedly miscarrying, and now my relief isn't as great as following the surgery. Anyone out there who had successful pregnancies and veins did ok throughout pregnancy?

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