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Women who have had a hysterectomy are often surprised to learn that their friends, relatives, co-workers and acquaintances may hold a misconception about the serious nature of a hysterectomy. While certain other surgeries, such as heart bypass surgery and organ transplants, are usually viewed by th(..More)
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Most medical professionals recommend avoiding alcohol for at least 24 hours prior to surgery. Due to recent research, some physicians suggest minimizing alcohol consumption in the weeks leading up to surgery. In fact, one study says that giving up alcohol starting 3–8 weeks before surgery will(..More)
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Posted by Kathydanderson on Fri 14:30 in Post Hysterectomy
Hello everyone I am 11 days post op today I feel great some pain every now and then I have...
Posted by Curly68 on Fri 13:23 in Post Hysterectomy
Can anyone tell me how long after my hysterectomy I can have a bikini wax safely? Im nearl...
Posted by Alyssandra on Fri 13:23 in Pre Hysterectomy
So my surgery is scheduled for the day before Thanksgiving. It is supposed to be laparosco...
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I have to decide I want to keep my ovaries or not when I have my surgery in a few months (...
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