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I'm scheduled for an SAH on November 7th. I have had three abdominal surgeries already so I have a navel to groin scar. My GYN said he's going to use that same incision so as to spare me being further scarred.
Here's the deal though. That'll be the fourth time that same scar is cut ...
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Yes. The HysterSisters have started a list of online resources for the specific purpose of researching surgeons and doctors. It's a great idea to look yours up if you can.
The American Congress of Ostetricians and Gynecologists Physician's Directory
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MRSA is not a risk specifically reserved for hysterectomy patients, but it is important to keep in mind during stay at the hospital for your hysterectomy. MRSA is methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. In about a third of the population, staph bacteria is found on the skin or in the nose. Les(..More)
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One of first things you can do to manage your interstitial cystitis (IC) is modify your diet. But which foods should you eat or avoid?
Certain foods tend to be a common problems for everyone with IC, but triggers are unique to each individual. In other words, what causes a flare up for you may not(..More)
There are many reasons you can deal with abnormal uterine bleeding at some point in your life. Some of these reasons are minor and may even resolve on their own, while others can be more serious and require medical attention and possibly a hysterectomy.
Any time that you experience hormonal imbala(..More)
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