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had hyst and one ovary removed several years ago. Had the other ovary removed with emergency surgery 3 weeks ago. I had a 7 cm cyst that had stopped blood flow. A "minor" procedure ended up taking 5 hours. Alot more trouble in there then they thought. (to much to tell) The last few days I am so...
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Many women have concerns regarding what their sex life will be like after their hysterectomy. Whether they are in a satisfying relationship or not, most women want to know that this part of their lives will not suffer following a hysterectomy. Fears can range from physical concerns to emotional as(..More)
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The ovaries can float around a bit following a hysterectomy, but they still have a support system!
In the posterior wall of the body there is a mild depression called the ovarian fossa. The ovaries position themselves there with various membrane attachments. The largest of these attachments is the (..More)
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We know it can be tough to stay on top of your health after a hysterectomy and through menopause. Finding a balance in our health choices during menopause is typically a woman's greatest challenge Here are some health tips for you: from how you sleep - to how you eat - from how you feel - to how(..More)
Many gynecologists describe fibroid sizes in one of three ways: foods, balls, or gestational age. You may find one or the other easier to visualize, so don't hesitate to ask your doctor to use a term more familiar to you. For instance, if "10 weeks gestation" doesn't work for you, ask to have that(..More)
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