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Things were going pretty well until last weekend for me. (I did go back to work 16 days post-op; I was tired from the insomnia, but other than that, ok) I was almost at the 3 week mark and noticed a little bit of bright red spotting last Saturday. It became worse the following day and on Monday, I c...
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Doctors usually tell patients with this condition to stop medications in preparation for surgery. Assuming you have a hematologist, s/he should be working closely with your surgeon to assure that you won't have a problem with blood clots during or after surgery.
Your doctor will probably address (..More)
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Following your hysterectomy, your doctor will restrict your intimate activities until you have healed enough. You may have to wait for intimacy after hysterectomy for a few weeks or even a couple months. For some women, all sexual activity can be off limits during recovery, while for others outerc(..More)
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Fibrocystic breast disease is a common condition that causes painful lumps in the breasts, usually in women between the age of 20 and 50*. According to the Mayo Clinic, more than half of women can experience this condition. Medical professionals are beginning to use the terms fibrocystic breasts or(..More)
Once the ovaries are removed or you reach natural menopause, you can experience a wide variety symptoms. Some menopause issues can be annoying: hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, incontinence, and more. However, others can affect your overall health: osteoporosis, heart issues, vaginal atro(..More)
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Posted by meganbone33 on Tue 09:18 in Post Hysterectomy
I had my hysterectomy on the 10th. First patient in our region to have the single site hys...
Posted by glennie19 on Tue 09:17 in Pre Hysterectomy
HI all, I'm a breast cancer patient with lymphedema, mostly truncal and a little in upper ...
Posted by tgilesp on Tue 08:01 in Post Hysterectomy
2 weeks today post everything removed laproscopic and vaginally. . I remember so many peo...
Posted by skevans on Tue 06:27 in Post Hysterectomy
After my hysterectomy in May 2012 I started having pretty horrible IBS symptoms. (Around S...
Posted by cmgkow on Tue 04:34 in Post Hysterectomy
I had a TAH/RSO on September 4th and based upon doctor feedback and all that I have read, ...
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