... removed after losing their strings? If so, how did the doctor remove it?
I'm not sure how it get's removed in this case, hopefully someone else will chime in with an answer. I do know that it won't be as bad as you waiting for medical attention and getting a bad pelvic infection. You will get through this - you will, but you need to call your doctor or go to the emergency room if your pelvic pain gets really bad overnight. You can do this - the worst thing is probably nowhere near as bad as you are imagining. Take care, and keep us posted - we care.
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