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I am 6 months post partial hysterectomy. It's even hard for me to type the words. I have a 4 year old son, and a 6 month old baby girl. I had a complicated pregnancy and she was born premature at 30 weeks. At the time of the emergency c section, I lost 9 pints of blood, and to stop the blee...
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When you left the medical center, you should have been given a list of instructions, including symptoms for which you would need to call your doctor. Not all lists are the same, however, and sometimes they can be vague and unclear. And sometimes, the list just gets lost in all the shuffle after surg(..More)
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A laparoscopic hysterectomy is a minimally invasive surgery which uses only small incisions. To allow a surgeon to have room to see and work, the abdomen is filled with either carbon dioxide or nitrous oxide gas during a laparoscopic surgery. The gas lifts the abdominal wall from the pelvic organs(..More)
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Have you noticed you have more vaginal dryness issues when you are dealing with a cold or allergies? The connection may be your cold or allergy medications.
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Posted by dujarip on Fri 21:20 in Post Hysterectomy
I have recently become sexually active after 8 years of abstinence,and 2 years after my ro...
Posted by Yardsaleprinces on Fri 21:04 in Post Hysterectomy
This is my first question on Hystersisters :new: hope I'm doing it right!
Since my surger...
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I was not expecting that when using the bathroom and wiping away minimal spotting, that my...
Posted by amayes1995 on Fri 20:05 in Post Hysterectomy
Hey ladies anyone else feeling friskey? One week post op ab kept ovaries and cervix.
Posted by Summer2015 on Fri 19:57 in Post Hysterectomy
Almost 9 weeks out from my LSH. Kept both ovaries and cervix. Sailed through recovery, z...
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