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From Cancer Concerns - GYN
So I recently found out that I have cin3 and was given the option for another leep (had one 10 years ago) or a hysterectomy. I'm 33 have 2 kids (17 & 4) and would be OK with one more but am also OK with my two I have now. My boyfriend and I have been together for almost 2 years and he doesn't have k...
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By three months post hysterectomy, you should no longer be experiencing bleeding. However, because the tissues are either newly healed or still healing, overdoing it could cause some new vaginal bleeding. If that is the case, you need to stop, put your feet up, and rest a while.
Preparing for Hysterectomy Articles
In the United States, over 500,000 women have a hysterectomy each year for a variety of reasons. Although this is a common surgery, there are many alternatives and less invasive options available for women which could offer them a solution with less side effects and complications. Unfortunately, t(..More)
Whether you are in natural menopause, surgical menopause, or in that transitional peri-menopause phase, you could be dealing with some insomnia that leaves you exhausted yet unable to sleep. Without realizing it, some of your regular activities could be making things worse. However, some simple li(..More)
Separate Surgeries Articles
An incisional hernia may occur following a hysterectomy or any other type of surgery involving an incision in the abdomen. With this type of hernia, the incision area is weak or has not healed completely. As a result, the contents of the abdomen may protrude through the incision area.
Though a l(..More)
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