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Deciding whether or not to have a hysterectomy can be difficult. Many women have been in the same position; you are not alone in feeling this way.
Many women reported after their surgery that they didn't realize how bad they felt until after they had the hysterectomy. They were amazed at how mu(..More)
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In general, all modern anesthetic agents should be out of your system within 24–48 hours of your hysterectomy. The exact time will vary based on which medications were used for you and in what dosages. Though traces of anesthesia medications may be found in your blood a few days after your hys(..More)
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Though anyone can have a urinary tract infection (UTI), women tend to have them more frequently than men or children. According to the National Kidney and Urologic Diseases Information Clearinghouse, one in five young women can even have them frequently. The anatomy of a woman can make them more s(..More)
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If you suffer from migraine headaches, one of the best things you can do for yourself is keep a symptom diary. There are a wide range of triggers, symptoms, and treatments, so knowing what causes your headaches, how you are affected by your pain, and which treatments do and do not bring relief are (..More)
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Posted by Nbarnes on Wed 18:31 in Post Hysterectomy
hi! I had my uterus, Fallopian tubes and cervix removed 3 weeks ago yesterday. I have a co...
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Posted by venus0214 on Wed 17:22 in Post Hysterectomy
I'm wondering if I should be concerned, since none of my doctors seem to be!! Had c...
Posted by venus0214 on Wed 17:15 in Post Hysterectomy
I'm wondering if I should be concerned, since none of my doctors seem to be!! Had co...
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I'm 3 weeks post-op, I had an appointment a few days ago and was told I was healing good. ...
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