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Hysterectomy

Also called: Complete Hysterectomy, Total Hysterectomy, Oophorectomy

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 Hi found you this really good answer on sharecare.com this should answer your question...
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Hi Becky, Are you on HRT? if not then read through this link below, its from the UK's NHS, lots of info and its all free.http://www.nhs...
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I feel I need to clarify that thyroid function (measured by TSH levels) is not related to menopause. I think what confuses some people is that the...
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Hi If your talking about HRT, yes depending on your age, there's an upper age limit for it, discuss this with your doctor.But if they leave your...
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No, the surgical area for a hysterectomy is no where near the sciatic nerve or your spine. In the last 30 years since your surgery, you most likely...
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I do not know the details of your case, such as the reason for your hysterectomy, but the preservation of your ovaries would be desirable, assuming...
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If Doctors would only listen to us. I had ablation several years ago for same thing. Now I'm bleeding, I have cyst on ovaries too. If it was all...
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You can just stop it, but it is always best to discuss this with the doctor who has been treating you first.
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Hi As you seem to have covered all bases by yourself, your next move should be, see your doctor.Best advice.Good Luck
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Hi Yes this is a side effect, this is from drugs.com unusual vaginal discharge/itching/odour; any of these you should see your doctor ASAP.Do hope...
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Hi So if you have no fibroids, then why the big worry? things should go well for you.Good Luck with your op.
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Hi Have a good read through this link, you should find the answer your looking.http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/261030.phpJust copy into...
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A gynecologist is a surgeon, and some general surgeons will shy away from performing surgery involving the female tract, since OB/GYNs are more...
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HI, OK not a doctor, but after doing research for you, endometriosis thrives on hormones, but lots of women who have had the same problem are now on...
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Hi, It means you should seek help either your doctor or gyno, or who ever did your operation, but ASAPGood Luck
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