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I had a lap done last year and had a pelvis full of adhesions and endo. However, the pathology didn't come back as endo, it came back as endosalpingiosis. Has anyone heard of this before or been diagnosed with it? Of course, the surgeon didn't tell me anything out it, I learned this from reading ...
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Many women struggle with the waiting time leading up to their hysterectomy, especially if the wait involves physical pain. Fortunately, there are plenty of remedies that can help.
First and foremost, if you are in pain, be sure to consult your doctor. Some women find relief in over-the-counter medi(..More)
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It is not uncommon for the bladder to develop spasms after a hysterectomy. Symptoms range from feelings of the bladder being asleep and not willing to empty to pain during urination. Some women describe other bladder sensations that sound similar to a bladder infection.
Usually this is the bladde(..More)
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As with other types of cancer, there are different types of breast cancer. Each type is classified according to which part of the breast the cancer originates from.
Ductal carcinoma, which begins in the lining of the milk ducts, is the most common type of breast cancer (a). If it has not spread t(..More)
A transdermal estrogen patch is one type of hormone delivery system you can use for your hormone replacement therapy (HRT). It can be a topical option that offers systemic menopause symptom relief by replacing the estradiol your ovaries once made. Because it is worn for several days, with this opt(..More)
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Posted by trasee66 on Wed 00:57 in Post Hysterectomy
I got my staples out yesterday. I bent down as I was dressing, and I was terrified as an a...
Posted by Teresa Willis on Wed 00:02 in Post Hysterectomy
In alot of mysterious pain through the night tonight. It's 5.30 am here and still no sleep...
Posted by Ayahf on Tue 23:47 in Post Hysterectomy
Curious 6 week postop question: I had my first and only postop appt today at 6 weeks. I fe...
Posted by Redelephant8 on Tue 22:08 in Pre Hysterectomy
Good evening all. I am getting more and more emotional as my surgery date of March 9 appr...
Posted by bwalker22 on Tue 21:54 in Post Hysterectomy
i am 4 1/2 weeks post op. I had a total hysterectomy. I started back to work yesterday at ...
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