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Following a hysterectomy, you can experience some vaginal bleeding or spotting for several weeks. While either can be normal, they can also be a sign that you are doing too much too soon.
All wounds and incisions must heal, including internal ones such as those involving the vaginal cuff. As pa(..More)
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Happiness and a sense of well-being play a role in your health. So as you prepare for your hysterectomy, be sure to spend quality time with your girlfriends who can lift your spirits and make you laugh!
In the days leading to surgery, schedule time with your closest friends. Relax and talk about (..More)
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Being a rare jewel is one thing, but being diagnosed with a rare health condition is another. Especially when it’s cancer.
It doesn’t matter how often your oncologist says:You don’t have the typical risk factors.
Your type of cancer is rare.
You shouldn’t have had recurrence.A lot of good thos(..More)
How embarrassing. After looking around to find the man who just ran a marathon, you realize that the odor is coming from you. Only you haven’t ran a marathon. You haven’t exerted yourself in any way. Yet, you smell like the men’s locker room at the gym.
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Hi! I'm at six weeks post op, but have out on six more weeks of rest. I have not had an in...
Posted by epw9571 on Fri 06:37 in Post Hysterectomy
My hysterectomy was last Thursday. My doctor prescribed Estrace which is estrogen cream to...
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Well, not terrified, scared, nervous, anxious and excited to get this over...I'm extremely...
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It has been several weeks since my surgery. What started out as a routine DNC procedure fo...
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