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I could really use prayers and love plus some friends. Not only I had been through so much health issues since January this year. But I am going to be having my Hysterectomy in January - plus I have been having really bad pelvic pain since my D&C in August. I did go to my obgyn and he...
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There is a lot of controversy surrounding supracervical (or partial) hysterectomy versus complete (or total) hysterectomy. Prior to the 1950s, most hysterectomies were supracervical. The trend then changed to total hysterectomies. Today, retaining the cervix is once again in vogue. Yet, studies ar(..More)
Hysterectomy Recovery Articles
There are a number of things that can cause you to feel light-headed or dizzy after a hysterectomy, but you should never take these symptoms lightly. Light-headedness and dizziness can also be signs of a some serious health concerns, so you should consult with your doctor. Below are some of the mos(..More)
Emotional Health Articles
Many of your HysterSisters can relate to the feeling of being broken after a hysterectomy. They understand how the pain increases with each new pregnancy and birth announcement. They've cried a river, too. You are not alone.
Grief after hysterectomy over the loss of your reproductive organs, esp(..More)
Fitness and Wellness Articles
As a woman, you are already at higher risk for heart disease. When you enter menopause, your risks increase. So what can you do to help keep your heart healthy and reduce your risks? Lots!
There are several steps you can take–both big and small–to help you have a healthy heart. You (..More)
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Posted by ran1022 on Sat 21:48 in Pre Hysterectomy
I am so happy to have stumbled across this community. I just schedules my v...
Posted by Ttigger on Sat 21:20 in Post Hysterectomy
Hi ladies! I am almost 6 months post-op and still experiencing pain all around my incision...
Posted by KAnge on Sat 21:05 in Pre Hysterectomy
I am wondering how much help and with what exactly you need post surgery?
I am marr...
Posted by Kreali on Sat 21:01 in Post Hysterectomy
12/05/16 will be my 3rd week post op and I'm starting to feel empty and worthless of a wom...
Posted by Allisonarc on Sat 20:18 in Post Hysterectomy
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