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My surgery is 2/2. I have had hpv for a very long time now. Every 6 months I get a biopsy and sometimes a leep and it is getting to the point where there is nothing left. I need to have my cervix removed so my doctor recommended a total hysterectomy - everything removed. I have been in menopause ...
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Though potential complications during a hysterectomy sound unsettling to the patient, they are all part of a day's work to the people in the scrubs. Your anesthesiologist has been in numerous surgeries, so he or she will be able to adjust easily to any changes in the original plan for your hysterect(..More)
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If you are experience swelling in your tummy after hysterectomy, it usually means you are doing too much too soon. Take care of yourself and give yourself time to heal. Each day you will gather more and more energy. Just be careful not to "spend" it all in one place, all in one day.
With any ty(..More)
Some pelvic pain and pressure from time to time isn’t uncommon for women and can be caused by a number of gynecologic or other reasons. Pelvic pain and pressure should not be occurring frequently or long term, and you should discuss either symptom with your gynecologist.
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If you have been diagnosed with uterine fibroids or suspect your symptoms may be caused by a fibroid, you may have a lot of questions about what they are and how they can be treated. Fibroids are smooth muscle tumors of the uterus that can be common in women, but symptoms can vary and may depend o(..More)
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Posted by Sreeve on Tue 16:25 in Post Hysterectomy
Why am I freezing. All day. Especially after meals im shivering and shaking then when even...
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Hello, I am new to the group. I am postop 5 days from a laparoscopic hysterectomy, everyth...
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They had to do a biopsy to make sure I dont have cancer before the surgery and they said i...
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I'm scheduled for a full hysterectomy on Feb. 3rd. My doctor is using the...
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