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Hi If you could do it before, then I don't think things would have changed that much, all you can do is try it.Good Luck
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In some types of hysterectomy, the entire uterus is removed, including the cervix (the opening to the uterus). The Pap smear is primarily used to...
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Hi, After a hysterectomy, you will experience some vaginal bleeding and discharge. This will be less discharge than during a period, but it may...
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Pap smears are needed after hysterectomy in a few specific situations, but not in all women.Pap smears test for cervical cancer and precancerous...
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Hi Ant women getting any kind of bleeding after a hysterectomy, the first thing is get to your doctor, and take it from there.Good Luck
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Usually not. A complete hysterectomy removes the cervix, which is a part of the uterus.
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Any woman with a history of abnormal Pap smears is advised to have Pap smears for the remainder of her life. When the cervix has already been removed...
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An oophorectomy is a surgical procedure in which one or both of the ovaries is removed.
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This is an opportunity to make an informed decision, says Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD, vice-chairwoman of obstetrics and gynecology at Vanderbilt...
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Your ovaries and the estrogen that they make are important and I am very sorry that you are forming (monthly?) cysts. There may be better ways to...
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Some women may experience changes in sexual function after a hysterectomy (surgical removal of the uterus). These changes may include a loss of...
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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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Hi So if you have no fibroids, then why the big worry? things should go well for you.Good Luck with your op.
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If the ovaries are removed (oophorectomy) at the time of hysterectomy, surgical (or induced) menopause will occur, and menopausal symptoms will begin...
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It is impossible. You have no female organs.