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Morcellation means cutting an object or tissue into smaller pieces for removal. When it comes to gynecology, it could mean cutting up the uterus, polyps, tumors, or fibroids so they can be removed through a smaller opening.
Surgeons have several different options for morcellation tools. There ar(..More)
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A trachelectomy is the removal of the cervix. Some women who have had a supracervical (also known as partial or sub-total) hysterectomy may require a trachelectomy at a later date if issues develop with their remaining cervix.
A supracervical hysterectomy involves the removal of only the upper por(..More)
There are a variety of reasons why your uterus may be enlarged. Although in some cases you may need to seek treatment, you may also be able to follow a wait and see approach. The symptoms you are experiencing, fertility concerns, and how close you are to menopause can all play a role in whether or(..More)
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Posted by gmg1963 on Fri 16:04 in Pre Hysterectomy
Hello! My TAH is scheduled for 6/22 although my Dr. is going to try to do the less invasiv...
Posted by Carucci1 on Fri 14:08 in Pre Hysterectomy
I hope someone can help me. I have upcoming surgery scheduled for 6/4. ...
Posted by Mystique2015 on Fri 13:32 in Post Hysterectomy
Hi sisters. 😊
I am 3 weeks post op today.
Tuesday night I rolled over in be...
Posted by right1 on Fri 13:23 in Post Hysterectomy
I had my surgery 8 days ago. i had my uterus, tubes and the left overy removed abdominally...
Posted by hardtoslowdown on Fri 13:16 in Post Hysterectomy
I am two weeks out from a DaVinci hysterectomy, however they ended up taking the uterus an...
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