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Hysterectomy

Also called: Complete Hysterectomy, Total Hysterectomy, Oophorectomy

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Hi I found this info that may just help you, it covers most of your problems.In women, testosterone is produced in the ovaries and the adrenal glands...
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You should not have severe cramping, hysterectomy or not. You need to see your gynecologist to determine the reason.
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Hi I think your coming into your menopause, that's if you were 30 something when you had it done, your having all the right symptoms.Best thing...
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I'm no doctor but I would think an ectopic pregnancy is possible with no uterus.  Your symptoms sound serious. You should see your doctor as...
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Maybe a hysterectomy will be the recommendation, but surgery isn't always the answer. Your doctor will discuss any non-surgical options, if...
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Over-the-counter what?  Having a total hysterectomy should not preclude you from taking anything over the counter, but since I don't know...
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You really have no use for your uterus at age 53, especially if you are getting your ovaries removed. The uterus will serve no purpose other than...
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yes i had the same for about a week ... i was told by my OBGYN it was my body cleaning its self out. Just go in if you get  RED blood coming out...
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Hi Being obese could be your downfall, carrying the extra fat disrupts your hormones, and this upsets you Testosterone, hence upsets your periods...
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Well it would depend on other health problems she has. So I think that the doctor need to get together and see what she is on now so they would know...
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Hello... Three years ago, I had very sharp pain after 6 hours of eating anything, too unbearable that I thought I'd be dying any minute, the...
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Hi, Its a big problem with bv it keeps coming back, but google bv and sea salt, you may find some interesting answer's that my help you, lots of...
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Always talk to your doctor about important health questions like that, even if you just want information about it before making a decision.
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No. If you do not have a uterus, you cannot have a menstrual flow. The blood is the endometrial lining of the uterus that forms monthly and then...
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