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I am 43 and had a TAH on 8/31/2016. I had a TAH due to POS and endometriosis. My doc also had to remove a ton of endometriosis. I was sent home the day after my surgery and have been lost ever sense! I just don't know if what I am feeling is "normal". I am still so tired, sore and a ...
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The thought of dealing with menopause symptoms and the various HRT options can be overwhelming as you face your hysterectomy. At this time, unfortunately, ovarian transplant for hormonal purposes is not available.
While there are some specialists who are doing ovary transplantations, thus far it ha(..More)
Hysterectomy Recovery Articles
Fallopian tube prolapse is rare, but it can occur following a hysterectomy. The fallopian tube can either fall into the vaginal cuff and become trapped in the healing tissue or fall through a vaginal fistula. Both can be very painful. Treatment for fallopian tube prolapse can depend on your symptoms(..More)
Menopause brings many changes to your body – even to your bones. Sadly many women don’t realize there’s an issue with their bones until a minor fall results in a trip to the emergency room for a broken bone.
Thankfully, you do have options. The stronger your bones are going into(..More)
Pelvic Floor Health Articles
Your bladder has prolapsed and its becoming uncomfortable. You aren’t ready for surgery, but you need some relief. Thankfully, there are some options for you.
The pelvic organs can prolapse for a number of reasons, from genetics to lifting heavy objects. Obesity, menopause, and vaginal bir(..More)
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Posted by Linsie on Thu 01:15 in Pre Hysterectomy
I am post menopausal and will have a total hysterectomy on Oct. 24th by daVinci met...
Posted by RosieJL on Wed 23:59 in Post Hysterectomy
I am a little over 2 weeks post op, TAH, still have ovaries, vertical incision.
I am he...
Posted by Michfran on Wed 21:59 in Post Hysterectomy
I thought I was doing so well. Felt great after 2 weeks. I walked more and increased daily...
Posted by SapphireElf on Wed 20:31 in Post Hysterectomy
When will this awful right rib cage pain subside? I am 8 days out. I have also been crying...
Posted by liannac on Wed 19:06 in Post Hysterectomy
Hello ladies! I am 8 weeks post op. I am having major anxiety! I'm obsessing over past mi...
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