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Unread 12-25-2015, 08:24 AM
Having a few problems...

I am 6 years post Op of a partial hysterectomy(uterus out). I had it done when I was 25 and now am 31. I have endometriosis HORRIBLY bad!!!! I became a new woman after my hysterectomy!!!! Thank you God!!!! I lived in constant hell and pain before! I recently started realizing my facial hair is growing in faster, I get terribly oily skin for about 2 weeks out of a month, I break out...been having stuff like that happen just in like the last 6 months. Just very recent, I started to spot. Along with the spotting I cramp and have low abdominal pain. I am really bloated...My lower belly looks swollen. Also, not to get to personal but have had a high sex drive. My question is if you just have your uterus taken out, can your ovaries stop working and send you into menopause? Other question, what would make me spot, cramp and have pain. I also seem to have worse joint pain.
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Unread 12-25-2015, 05:41 PM
Re: Having a few problems...

yes, the ovaries can stop working at any time.

Yes, if you ovulate and there is any uterine tissue, especially where you have your cervix, you could be having mini-periods. The bloating is what concerns me most. It could be the endo has grown back since you still have ovaries to feed it estrogen.

I would get in to see your doctor to find out for sure. He can also do also do hormone check to find out if your ovaries are still working like they should.
Unread 12-26-2015, 03:13 PM
Re: Having a few problems...

Here's another vote to run all of these issues by your doctor. It's always a good idea to get new/ongoing symptoms checked out sooner rather than later. There might be perfectly benign explanations, but you need to find out for certain. Besides, you know you're just going to worry which isn't good for you, either.

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