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It's been almost 13 weeks and I am so tired all the time still! I also have constant pain at the incision area! I don't know how much more of this I can take!!!! Is this normal? I'm ready to call my doc and have her prescribe me stuff for depression cause I'm so so so tired of this zero energy and c...
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Every anesthesia choice has its own pros and cons, and every woman has her own particular situation surrounding her hysterectomy that will affect her options. There is no “one size fits all.” Instead, anesthesia decisions are made on a case-by-case basis to accommodate the unique circums(..More)
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The rule for this varies from patient to patient. In general, alcohol should be avoided for at least the first 48 hours after your hysterectomy. From there, it can depend on a variety of factors. Some HysterSisters have been allowed alcohol at one week post-op, others have had to wait several weeks.(..More)
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When the muscles and tissues supporting the bladder weaken or stretch, the bladder may fall from its normal position. This can cause it to press against the vaginal wall and even protrude into the vagina. A prolapsed bladder is known as a cystocele. There are several risks factors for a prolapsed(..More)
With the internet, magazines, and books at your fingertips, you can easily be inundated with information. But how do you know which sources are accurate and which ones are a figment of the author’s imagination? Using the “Trust It or Trash It” tool created by the Access to Credib(..More)
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Posted by Survivor 9 on Tue 16:49 in Post Hysterectomy
Good news !!! The pre cancer did not show cancer deeper in the endometrium.So I am clear. ...
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Hi ladies. I just got done talking to a nurse from my drs office and found out that he is ...
Posted by MrsCrescenzi on Tue 15:27 in Pre Hysterectomy
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