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I had TAH in September 2016 and went on HRT four weeks later. I was doing really well in recovery, walking a couple of miles daily including fairly major hills and living life as normal.
In the last couple of weeks I've been getting tired quicker and breathing hard after walking half the distance ...
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Preparing for Hysterectomy Articles
Part of preparing for your hysterectomy involves a trip to the hospital prior to surgery. Your visit will include stops in several departments so you can complete paperwork and pre-op testing. You can also use your visit as an opportunity to have some questions answered about hospital policies and (..More)
Hysterectomy Recovery Articles
Your body needs sleep to repair and rejuvenate itself on a daily basis. It needs even more rest to repair itself properly after a major surgery like a hysterectomy. For those of you who are as resistant as a toddler when it comes to R&R, or those who feel like they can't spend another day in a recli(..More)
"So hungry I could eat a horse."
"I'm all rumbly in my tumbly."
"Feed me or fight me."
"I'm hungry as a bear."
If hunger is interrupting your every thought, menopause may be playing a number on your appetite. You may even been seeing evidence around your midsection that you are doing more t(..More)
Treatment Alternatives Articles
A laparoscopy may be a minimally invasive procedure, but it’s still a surgery. So you'll want to prepare for it. You’ll need to discuss types of anesthesia, pre- and post-op restrictions, and how much time to take time take off work for your procedure.
Whether or not you are nervous, being prep(..More)
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Posted by kcteddi2322 on Sun 08:12 in Post Hysterectomy
I had a Da Vinci hysterectomy on 1/31 (kept my ovaries and cervix) and my rectocele is so ...
Posted by LottiyR on Sun 03:03 in Post Hysterectomy
I'm near 7 weeks post op, returning to work tomorrow.
I had a TAH vertica...
Posted by Hils78 on Sun 02:41 in Post Hysterectomy
Hi I'm from uk.
I'm 3 weeks * 3 days post op from a abdominal subtotal hystertomy, and I...
Posted by Hollysjp on Sun 01:41 in Post Hysterectomy
Ok. So I noticed the liquid gathering in my waterproof bandage was starting to get smelly....
Posted by Jmann on Sun 00:43 in Post Hysterectomy
I'm almost 3 weeks out, feel like I might be ready for outercourse. Before surgery my bes...
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