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The section on symptoms needs some bibliographic citations. I have looked at numerous peer reviewed articles on the subject but the following symptoms are not listed:

Strong 'contraction' feel of uterus Abdominal cramps A 'bearing' down feeling Pressure on bladder Dragging sensation down thighs and legs — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 12:09, 2 August 2011 (UTC)

I really wish medical articles would not include photographs of surgery. It's very disturbing to some of us. It would be better to have a link to surgical photograph (with a caption warning the viewer) so that people who are upset by this kind of thing can choose not be assaulted with it when looking up a medical condition, but people who want to see such photographs have easy access to them. I know a lot of editors have no sympathy for this position, but being disturbed by images of surgery is very common and very real to many people, and having a link instead of an embedded photograph allows everyone to have access to the materials as they choose. (talk) 19:26, 17 April 2012 (UTC)