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I cant post in the recovery site because I haven't had my hysterectomy yet. I am having it on April 22. I am not nervous about having the procedure. I am having it done laparoscopy. Tuesdays are the days she does surgeries. I have understanding bosses, however, I cannot afford to stay out longe...
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Many people experience night sweats following a surgery as a result of anesthesia, medications, or hypoglycemia issues. For women who have had a hysterectomy, there may also be a hormonal component which can be further complicated by thyroid issues.
Night sweats are characterized by excessive sw(..More)
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The is a hollow, inverted-pear-shaped organ about the size of your fist. It is made up of several distinctive parts and layers. Knowing more about the various aspects of your uterus can help you better understand any health issues related to it.
The uterus typically tilts forward at about a 90 d(..More)
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Uterine choriocarcinoma is an uncommon, malignant form of gestational trophobalastic disease (GTD). GTD is a group of tumors that start in the tissue that would normally become the placenta during a pregnancy. Though uterine choriocarcinoma is very aggressive and much more likely to grow quickly a(..More)
Leiomyosarcoma (LMS) is a type of rare cancer called sarcoma. Sarcoma accounts for only 1 percent of all cancer in adults. Sarcoma occurs in the connective tissues, such as muscles, bones, and nerves.
Sarcoma is subdivided into different kinds based on where the cancer occurs. Leiomyosarcoma arise(..More)
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Having a hysterectomy due to the mass I have in my uterus and I was diagnosed with Adenomy...
Posted by ayla123 on Thu 14:49 in Post Hysterectomy
I dont have a fever but I feel very hot. My belly is still very swollen and it hurts to to...
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Hi ladies, well I was all geared up for my op nxt thurs only to have a phone call today to...
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I'm 3 weeks out from surgery and lately my hip bones feel like they're burning and hurt..B...
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