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Hysterectomy

Also called: Complete Hysterectomy, Total Hysterectomy, Oophorectomy

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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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supplement with rose hips oil/pills, ginger tea, dong quai root,black cohosh herb, red raspberry leaf, maitake mushrooms,dandelion roots ,goldenseal...
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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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It is still called a vagina....After a hysterectomy, the vagina really doesn't change very much other than the fact that it now ends in a pouch...
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A partial hysterectomy is usually the removal of the uterus; leaving the ovaries in place. Once removed, the uterus cannot be restored...it is gone...
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Sometimes, a person wants to be pregnant so desperately that their brain creates a false-pregnancy. I had one patient who had a complete hysterectomy...
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It depends on what she considers a "partial" hysterectomy. If she still has one ovary and a uterus, she is capable of conceiving, but is...
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So sorry to hear you're going through this. It sounds miserable!If you had been taking hormone replacement therapy but went off it some time ago...
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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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