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Hysterectomy

Also called: Complete Hysterectomy, Total Hysterectomy, Oophorectomy

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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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I'm sorry to hear you're going through this. Whenever the skin and/or muscle gets cut, scar tissue will form. This scar tissue can cause pain...
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I'm sorry to hear you're experiencing these distressing symptoms. Being a woman is rarely easy!When you say you had a "partial...
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Usually not. A complete hysterectomy removes the cervix, which is a part of the uterus.
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Hi Coming of will reverse these, with the drug Premarin is used to treat symptoms of menopause such as hot flashes, and vaginal dryness, burning, and...
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Hi, Three things it could be.One, It is possible that your ovaries scarred to the top of the vagina.  Ovaries are just as...
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Hi This is one thing you really need to discuss with your doctor or gyno, its not a good thing to advise on over the internet.I would do this...
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Hi Sounds very much like your already going through the menopause, just get off to your doctor and get a blood test done for a hormone check, from...
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A hysterectomy only removes the uterus. Any woman of any age who still has a vagina can most definitely get a vaginal yeast infection, especially...
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Hi, Many women with prolapse do not need treatment as the problem does not seriously interfere with their normal activities. Lifestyle changes such...
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Hi Try these, they could help you a bit more, but do suggest you google both, for more facts.Black Cohosh.Evening primrose oil.Both of these are help...
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Hi I think your problem is your hormones, there out of whack.So the best thing you can do is get a blood test done at your doctors, and take it from...
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Hi Found you this nice piece of info, I will tell you now you wont like it.It’s very important that you wait until you have your doctor’s clearance...
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Usually at six weeks, the surgeon may give the okay for vaginal sex. Assuming that your partner is well and pain-free, you may can probably get the...
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