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I am 10 days post op. I have two concerns, I have been spotting light red blood for past two days and this morning a yellowish/red discharge. Should I be concerned? is this normal?
Also, I had a LAVH so I have 3 small incisions on my belly (well one on belly button) the one o...
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Many women experience a change in their emotions after their hysterectomy. Studies have shown that most women enjoy a better mood, quality of life, and sexual, psychological, and social functioning following their hysterectomy. A high percentage of women who have problems with anxiety or depressio(..More)
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Being on your period is usually not a problem and rarely is a hysterectomy cancelled because of it. But because there can be a higher risk of infection and blood loss for women on their period, some surgeons do prefer that their patients not be menstruating for surgery. If it were going to be an is(..More)
For women, there can be a connection between hormones and migraines. Hormonal migraines can occur in conjunction with your period, when using oral contraceptives or hormone replacement therapy (HRT), or during menopause.
You could experience a headache if your estrogen or progesterone levels a(..More)
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Posted by DKWR7 on Thu 05:51 in Pre Hysterectomy
I am 53 years old and my dVH total hysterectomy is scheduled for 12/2. I am now becoming ...
Posted by K33 on Thu 05:05 in Pre Hysterectomy
Hey again. Sorry I've posted so many questions lately. :blush:
How long did it take fo...
Posted by dan68 on Thu 03:55 in Pre Hysterectomy
After a couple of years of suffering with fibroids, very heavy bleeding e...
Posted by Beemergurl on Thu 03:18 in Post Hysterectomy
I just had my total hysterectomy and was told my internal stitches would all dissolve . Ho...
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