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Hysterectomy

Also called: Complete Hysterectomy, Total Hysterectomy, Oophorectomy

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Yes! There is a possibility of having HPV after one had gone through Hysterectomy.It is to be noted that, the common treatment for this virus has not...
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Several problems can cause pain in the area of the ovary.  If the pain started after your surgery, then you may have developed scar tissue that...
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If you had a complete hysterectomy (uterus and cervix removed) then you should not have any vaginal bleeding.  Hormone replacement therapy would...
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As soon as your doctor gives you the "okay"....I don't know what TYPE of hysterectomy you had (vaginal or abdominal) and for what...
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The first step is an examination to determine the SOURCE of the blood. The most common cause of blood in the stools, assuming it is bright red blood...
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Sure....mutivitamins are multivitamins. A prenatal vitamin has just be formulated to provide certain nutrients when a women is pregnant or...
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Yes you can, not the norm but  you still ovulate and if those eggs get caught in the tube and are fertilized then you have a tubal pregnancy...
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Yes, you don't need a cervix or uterus to get Chlamydia. A person can get Chlamydia in the vagina, urethra, throat, eyes, and even the rectum...
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This isn't necessarily abnormal. It's possible your ovaries have mounted a "last gasp" of hormone production on a low level that...
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This is a little complicated. I think it will help to go over the terms that doctors use for female pelvic surgery. A hysterectomy is the...
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The spotting probably is normal, but if it would set your mind at ease then by all means call your doctor.In terms of the fatigue, your doctor is...
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