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I've never created one below the knee.

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I love women in long dresses... M you look very elegant in that dress

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Full length, curve accentuating dresses with a slit up to the hip are all the rage love ;)

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I do have to tell you I'm not a fan of full length dresses though.

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From one greeneyed woman to another,

You are beautiful!

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Akron, thank you! I think I love you!

If I was brave enough, I'd post my before pellet photos. I really got old. When I do show them, people tell my I could me my own mother. Seriously. I had very short helmet hair, wore conservative cloths and was overweight. Cleavage? Not allowed. I didn't even own a skirt that was above mid-calf. You know the "jacket dresses", a straight sheath with a jacket that is usually boxy and ends at the waist? Yep. Owned about 10 of those. Scary. My smile didn't seem to make it to my eyes, I was uptight.

I tried to get my ex to go on this journey with me but the younger I got mentally and physically, the more he resented me. I finally decided I wasn't going to live the rest of my life that way. I'm not sure the old me would have had the courage to get a divorce.

The wonderful, incredible, loving man with me in my photos rocked my world. Our first date was the day I found out I was losing my job. I gave him an out, but he said I didn't need to be alone. and needed someone to talk to. He loves when I wear short skirts, show some cleavage and look sexy. In the beginning, I was so self-conscious and always asked him if I was showing too much, was dressed inappropriately, etc. He loves it. I still get a little insecure but not near like I used to be. Of course, I do always dress appropriate for the occasion, especially business. My industry is mostly men and I never want to appear less than professional.

I know I'm the poster child because it was 16 years without T that aged me. Most women won't see the radical change because they don't go so long without.

Lou, I'm impressed. I think you are the only woman I've heard of that is not having hormone issues after a complete hyst. That is awesome!

Greeneyes Nancy

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Kat--Thank you and I hope we will meet up one day.

Greeneyes- 1st welcome to the forums, I still have my ovaries, she did all the work vaginally. I spent 6 hours in the operation room and lost a lot of blood(I had already planned for that and had 3 units of my own blood waiting for me) the first procedure was a partial hysterectomy, then I had my bladder suspended(thanks to my large headed boys), then my wonderfully kind doctor tightened up my muscles. That night I was walking the floors and having coffee with the nurses.

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59? Mrs Greeneyes looks more like a 39 year old. Nice.

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I am glad I had my hyst too, except for the hormone issue for 16 years. I had severe endometriosis. All my organs had to be removed, scraped off and put back in. My colon was not back correctly and it developed a right angle and became hard which has led to other problems. I lost lots of blood, was in the hospital for a week and recovery took 3 months. Then there was the nurse that took a tube (for my rear to help relieve gas) out of the trash to use on me because she was too tired to go down the hall to the supply cabinet.

Lou, Did you have your ovaries removed? Was it a vaginal or abdominal hyst?

Thanks, Nancy

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I had a partial hysterectomy at age 32. It was a wonderful experience. I had a few other things taken care of at the same time, recovery was quick and I tell all my girlfriends "Greatest surgery a women could have", I gained back my energy level .

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