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Nearing the End of My Journey – Kelly’s Journey
It’s now been three weeks since my partial hysterectomy and I’m coming along as well as can be expected. I’m still a bit swollen, but I’m starting to get around a little faster. I haven’t been cleared for my normal exercise routine just yet, but I am allowed to do some walking. I am still not quite comfortable in anything that fits tightly around my waist, but I’m expecting that to improve as the weeks go on as well.
Finally, An Answer! Kelly’s Journey
This story is one part of an ongoing series where NJ101.5 news reporter and anchorwoman Kelly Waldron chronicles her experiences after being diagnosed with Endometriosis. Follow “Kelly’s Journey.” I had my two week post-op check up and I finally have some answers.  The pathology report came back and my uterus was filled with adenomyosis, which is what was originally suspected, but wasn’t de
Slowly But Surely, Kelly’s Journey
It’s been just over a week since my surgery and I’m coming along pretty well. Over the first couple of days, one of the incisions kept bleeding, but once I got it under control, it was fairly smooth sailing from that point on.
Waiting, the Toughest Part
This story is one part of an ongoing series where NJ101.5 news reporter and anchorwoman Kelly Waldron chronicles her experiences after being diagnosed with Endometriosis. Follow “Kelly’s Journey.”
Nerves Riding High As The Day Nears – Kelly’s Journey
  This story is one part of an ongoing series where NJ101.5 news reporter and anchorwoman Kelly Waldron chronicles her experiences after being diagnosed with Endometriosis. Follow “Kelly’s Journey.” So, I’m officially nervous.  I met with the surgeon this morning to go over the details of surgery day.  The day before, I have to drink a bottle of magnesium citrate to “prep the bowel.”  I ha

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