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How do they make sure your ovaries wake up after hysterectomy??? How do they make sure your ovaries wake up after hysterectomy???

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Unread 03-14-2014, 12:07 AM
How do they make sure your ovaries wake up after hysterectomy???

I'm scheduled for April 8th for a TLH keeping one ovary in my right ovary. I have been reading on these forums that your ovaries can go into shock and sometimes stay that way permanently?

How do they check to make sure your ovary or ovaries wake up after the Hysterectomy? Also if the ovary or ovaries don't what do they do about it?

Thanks,
Lisa
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Unread 03-14-2014, 12:16 AM
Re: How do they make sure your ovaries wake up afterwards???

That's a good question! I haven't thought about that...Now I wanna know too...Curious to see answers soon
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Unread 03-14-2014, 12:41 AM
How do they make sure your ovaries wake up after hysterectomy???

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I'm scheduled for April 8th for a TLH keeping one ovary in my right ovary. I have been reading on these forums that your ovaries can go into shock and sometimes stay that way permanently?

How do they check to make sure your ovary or ovaries wake up after the Hysterectomy? Also if the ovary or ovaries don't what do they do about it?

Thanks,
Lisa
I lived in phoenix for 19 years...

Wondering the same thing myself... I asked the doctor but she got distracted and forgot to telll me... inquiring minds want to know.

What I love most about my GYN office, is the staff, they assign a nurse to each patient, mine is a gal named Tasha, every silly question, every fear, and every freak out was calmed, answered, and dealt with by her. I will call her at opening today, and find out the answer to this question.
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Unread 03-14-2014, 08:27 AM
Re: How do they make sure your ovaries wake up after hysterectomy???

My migraine returned, the hot flashes declined and dr said that was my ovary working again. I never had any problems, mine picked up quite quickly . I used to chart ovulation, so was aware of the signs. And I just have one ovary and am 44. My sex drive is fully working, no probs. I starting having monthly migraines in my 40's due to hormones. But they are manageable. I'm 6 wks out and glad to be adeno free !
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Unread 03-14-2014, 09:22 AM
Re: How do they make sure your ovaries wake up after hysterectomy???

I kept my ovaries too & that's a great question! I said to my DH the other day that I'm surprised that after this surgery we do not get an ultrasound to make sure things are ok in there. Hmmmm.
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Unread 03-14-2014, 11:13 AM
Re: How do they make sure your ovaries wake up after hysterectomy???

I am 5 weeks out of LSH and kept both ovaries and was having wicked hot flashes so at my 2 week appt asked about that and was told to wait it out, and if I was still having flashes discuss it at my 6 week appt and they'll look into it more then. However at 4 weeks I got some aching in the left ovary area and very light clear discharge (like with ovulation) and the hot flashes suddenly stopped. So I assume the ovaries woke up! I will ask about it at my 6 week though. So my suggestion is be patient at this point but ask the Doc too.
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