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Making meals in advance is an excellent way to feed your family during your hysterectomy recovery. There are a number of options for doing this depending on the needs of your family.
Freezing meals ahead of time can work really well. Meals can be cooked through completely so that they just need(..More)
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After a hysterectomy, many women feel a sense of loss. Regardless of their age, whether or not they have had a child, whether or not they ever wanted a child, how settled they are in their career, or even how much their uterus pained them. They feel a loss of possibility, a loss of choice, and a los(..More)
I spend so much time taking care of everyone else, it’s easy to neglect my own health. Sound familiar? As a busy mom, wife, and business owner, I admit my yearly physical gets postponed (or never scheduled), exercise gets put off, sleep seems more and more elusive, and I lack the energy to do (..More)
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Your uterus was causing all kinds of trouble, so you had it removed. It was one way you could improve your health and quality of life. But things haven’t quite worked out as you had planned.
You thought once you recovered from your hysterectomy, all would be well. After all, your periods(..More)
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Posted by Angelic13 on Mon 17:31 in Post Hysterectomy
I had full hysterectomy on 18/4, done keyhole and vaginally. I am 37, and have suffered mo...
Posted by Starfilled57 on Mon 17:27 in Post Hysterectomy
I'm six and a half weeks post op and recovery has been awesome so far. However I think I a...
Posted by Papillon44 on Mon 17:25 in Post Hysterectomy
I Had My surgery on 2/27 and by now I had hoped that this yellow discharge would have stop...
Posted by SylviaJ on Mon 17:22 in Post Hysterectomy
I had laparoscopic hysterectomy removed everything except ovaries. Have had fever of 100 ...
Posted by BodieLisi on Mon 17:03 in Post Hysterectomy
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