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Hysterectomy

Also called: Complete Hysterectomy, Total Hysterectomy, Oophorectomy

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A hysterectomy is the surgical removal of the UTERUS. The cervix is just the opening to the uterus, so I do not know the extent of this person's...
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Hi, Do we take that you have just had it, if that's the case nothing, you even sit down to do any washing up, let your husband even do the...
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Hi If you think about it, her organs and stomach have been moved around, they just need to get back into place, then she will pass gas, and by the...
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All pertaining to the surgery.  Give it a little more time.  It is hard sometimes for people to imagine that the rectum is so close to the...
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The burning and irritation at the time of ejaculation could have to do with the alkalinity of the semen, against-what used to be a very acidic...
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This cannot be determined unless I knew HOW the hysterectomy was goign to be performed (vaginal/laproscopic, or abdominal), and more about you as a...
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Hi,  And yes, its called IVF, they should be able to collect eggs from you, fertilise then with your husbands sperm, and all done at the right...
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Sure...wine in moderation is not going to be a problem when you are on estrogen pills, any more than those years when you were making your own...
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Unfortunately, it is not possible to carry a pregnancy without a uterus. However, there are many options out there that can allow you to have a...
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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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