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On average, your post-hysterectomy checkup will be about four to six weeks after surgery. The exact timing can depend on several variables including the type of surgery you had. In some cases, surgeons may even request that the appointment not be made until the eighth week of recovery. Regardless (..More)
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Keeping you and your family fed during your hysterectomy recovery is important, but it will require some planning. In the days leading up to surgery, there are some steps you can take to ensure your family has hot, nutritional meals, without requiring a lot of work during your recovery.
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Fatigue, mood swings, and depression. Your new daily companions. With your age, it sounds like menopause has arrived. But hold up a bit. There could be another culprit – your thyroid.
As you grow older, that little butterfly shaped organ in your neck may either go on strike or kick into o(..More)
Pelvic Floor Health Articles
The combination of age and menopause can cause changes to your pelvic floor. It may weaken, lose its elasticity, and even sag a bit.
In general, your pelvic floor becomes a bit – or more – unhealthy. You might not be able to see the changes – at least not at first, but in time(..More)
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Posted by dlp62400 on Mon 10:30 in Post Hysterectomy
Just wanted to reach out to see if anyone else has experienced this also...
Posted by abby1117 on Mon 10:10 in Pre Hysterectomy
Any recommendations of what to get that's easy and quick before your surgery?...
Posted by dhatsumi1 on Mon 09:08 in Post Hysterectomy
Anyone still miserable from the surgical pains? I had robotic assisted surgery on 3/22 and...
Posted by adejoke on Mon 08:55 in Post Hysterectomy
Its 3 weeks after my hysterectomy, can i have a shower?
Posted by Racheljoy on Mon 08:53 in Post Hysterectomy
I had a hysterectomy (laporoscopy) about 6 weeks ago and all the insicions on my abdomen a...
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