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I was wondering if anyone else has experienced a change in their food and beverage likes and dislikes? I used to hate drinking plain water before but ever since surgery, I can't get enough. Same goes with plain peanut butter. I also get some SERIOUS cravings.:lol: I'm sure it has something to do wit...
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Do everything you can to avoid catching a cold or flu right before surgery! Wash your hands a LOT, and try to avoid crowds as much as possible. Your doctor may delay an operation if you get sick, and you also don't want to catch a cold just before the operation and have to deal with it afterwards. I(..More)
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Ringing ears, otherwise known as tinnitus, can be the result of many different conditions which are unrelated to a hysterectomy or menopause. However, many women, physicians, and researchers believe that more research regarding a possible connection between hormones and tinnitus is needed.
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If you are dealing with gynecologic symptoms and want a hysterectomy, you may have found that telling your doctor, “I want a hysterectomy,” doesn’t mean that you will be immediately scheduled for one. Although it is your body and you play a significant role in the decision process(..More)
If you are a woman who has already gone through menopause, the unfortunate truth is that your risk for heart disease (the #1 killer of women) is already higher than most people’s. The good news is, however, that heart disease is preventable if you follow these simple tips:
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Posted by lauradd on Sun 09:42 in Post Hysterectomy
I just don't know what to expect. I had laparoscopical vaginal hyst one week ago.
Posted by jps05959 on Sun 09:35 in Pre Hysterectomy
I have surgery scheduled for Dec 7 to remove my uterus and cervix due to adenomyosis/post ...
Posted by Kimmyj22 on Sun 09:09 in Post Hysterectomy
It's been 2 weeks now since surgery laparoscopic with removal of uterus cervix tubes and l...
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A couple of days ago, I had my 2 week post-op Vaginal Hystere...
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