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... and what I have since discovered about the hysterectomy industry and the lifelong functions of the female organs, I would be very skeptical of this treatment recommendation. ... (12 replies)
... pression. I had a whole laundry list of other effects of the hormonal changes that threw a wrench in EVERY aspect of my life. I aged horrifically fast overnight. And no amount of hormones has completely restored my normalcy. ... (6 replies)
... I was rushed to the ER due to vomiting for 5 days straight and being unable to even retain water. ... (2 replies)

... nRH analogs only shut down ovulation so the effects would be more akin to natural menopause which is much different from surgical menopause since ovaries produce hormones into a woman's 80's. ... (6 replies)
... Interesting that she has you on GnRH analogs which are primarily used for endometriosis and fibroids. But since they shut down ovulation, that makes sense as well as the fact that they will give you a "flavor" for the effects of surgical menopause. ... (6 replies)
... Basically I'm 22 and have suffered from PMDD since I was 11 and it's only got worse to the extent of extreme depression. ... (6 replies)
... I apologize for the novel. I have learned quite a bit since my hysterectomy 8 years ago. ... (1 replies)
... ion. I had a tubal at age 30 after I decided I was done having children it was also in hopes that going off birth control pills I would not be adding additional hormones to my already migraine riddled system. ... (10 replies)
... I had a vaginal hysterectomy in 1992, they took everything except the ovaries. If there is nothing wrong with the ovaries, leave them in, you need those hormones running around in your body, they do a lot for you. I never felt the menopause thing the way some people do. ... (5 replies)
... and it has caused problem after problem. I have done SO much research about the adverse effects of hysterectomy and ablation since then. ... (3 replies)
... If the cyst does not resolve, a surgeon who has cystectomy skills can likely remove JUST the cyst preserving your ovary and its hormones. ... (12 replies)
... He had also referred me to an oncologist. The oncologist said he couldn't tell if it was cancer from the transvaginal ultrasound and the CT scan report. ... (14 replies)
... I'm by no means an expert on endometriosis and know nothing about fibriods but I thought the endometriosis flare ups were caused by the hormones your body creates during ovulation. ... (2 replies)
... I'm by no means an expert on endometriosis and know nothing about fibriods but I thought the endometriosis flare ups were caused by the hormones your body creates during ovulation. ... (2 replies)
... Forgive my long story, I'm new. At 40 I started missing a couple of periods, went in, and my FSH showed me in menopause! Shock in itself. Tried several hormones over 5 years, and had high blood pressure from some of them or they didn't work, etc. ... (2 replies)
... cm fibroid removed a year ago and had felt mortified at my potbelly for 4years as it grew bigger till diagnosed. ... (1 replies)
Total hysterectomy
Aug 17, 2009
... sting 2 hr .I know during the last surgry open one they saw edno on my bladder bur remove some afraid to damage it .I feel sick thinking that edno is back i take hormones prameren 1.25 mg because no overies but also the estrogen cosing endo to came back . ... (2 replies)
... Hi dear.You really need to think about hysterectomy because nothing is easy about that .I take primeryn 1.25 mg daily after hysterectomy and is never the same i miss my own hormones .WE have the organs for reason ,you think of hysterectomy only if there is no other choice . ... (14 replies)
... You could still get many years vital hormones out of those ovaries so unless there is something obviously wrong with them, there is no reason to have them removed. ... (11 replies)
... That was what I had asked, too. What I've decided (for me) is that no matter what I chose, I figured I'd second guess my decision. That is just how I operate. I finally decided to keep my ovaries because: 1) I had no good, compelling reason to get rid of them 2) doctor said my cancer risk was very small (smaller than the cervical cancer risk and that was a tee-niny chance... (11 replies)


Associated Tags: gyno, hormonal imbalance, hysterectomy, ovarian cysts, pmdd, pms, uterine fibroid

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