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... in mind that the adverse health effects of ovary removal are worse than taking GnRH analogs permanently. It is my understanding that GnRH 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. Of course, the reason they say they should not be used for more than 6 months is due to the health risks associated with the loss... (6 replies)
... And I am contemplating a hysterectomy due to heavy bleeding. ... (11 replies)

... Well, today I phoned his practice to say that the CT scan taken yesterday revealed cysts on the ovaries. His conclusion was for me to wait for ovulation and the cyst should resolve itself. Oh, by the way another two weeks HA HA. ... (2 replies)
... nd know nothing about fibriods but I thought the endometriosis flare ups were caused by the hormones your body creates during ovulation. So if they do a partial hysterectomy and leave your ovaries you would still continue to have those hormones causing the endometriosis despite having no uterus. ... (2 replies)
... nd know nothing about fibriods but I thought the endometriosis flare ups were caused by the hormones your body creates during ovulation. So if they do a partial hysterectomy and leave your ovaries you would still continue to have those hormones causing the endometriosis despite having no uterus. ... (2 replies)
... Have you thought of going OFF the pill ? Perhaps this is causing the problem. I was on the pill for over twenty years when I started to have irregular bleeding and pain. They found an 8 cm ovarian cyst on my left ovary. I went off the pill the the irregular bleeding stopped but the cyst kept growing very slowly. I ended up having to have my left ovary removed (I am in my... (14 replies)
... Hello all, I had a partial hysterectomy due to fibroids in my uterus (I kept my ovaries because the doc said they were healthy). I was 43 at the time. I'm now 50, and apparently my ovaries are still working (even though I don't have periods anymore) because I still feel that "occasional" pain that goes along with ovulation. However a couple of weeks ago, I noticed the pain... (0 replies)
... Hello everyone..thank you for taking the time to read this post whereas I could use all of the support I can get. I am a 37 year old who is about to have a hysterctomy with possible ovary removal in 6 days and I am scared to death. I have been putting off this decision for 3+ years now and I truly hope that I am making the right one. Heres my story...I have always had a... (3 replies)
... The thing that concerns me in your wife's case is that she is having debilitating pain with her fibroid. Has she considered other options besides a hysterectomy like the emoblization process that PickleEyes mentioned or having the fibroid removed as has been suggested by Triple777? ... (13 replies)
... I myself have a 7.5 cm simple fluid filled cyst and experience a lot of pain during ovulation. I also experience some pain between ovulation and my period. ... (5 replies)
... Hello, Yes as long as you have an ovary you can still get ovarian cysts. Most ovarian cysts are not dangerous especially if you are premenopausal. If you do have a cyst, try to find out how large if it is and if it is either simple, complex or solid. A simple cyst is only filled with fluid and is the least likely to be cancerous. Complex cysts contain a mix of both... (1 replies)
... I had a hysterectomy in January and chose to leave my ovaries, as long as my doctor felt they looked okay, and was 51. ... (5 replies)
... My left ovary is larger than normal. He also says that it is normal for your ovaries to swell during ovulation but not like my left one is doing. My right one is fine. I just have heard of women having to go back and getting the rest taken out after a partial. ... (11 replies)
... b's and they trialed him on echinacea which is an immune booster. It ended up helping him. So about a week before ovulation i took the echinacea drops as prescribed on the bottle and kept taking it for two weeks, then stopped. ... (2 replies)
... ve the same thing. mine is not painful either except right before my period. i think it is because that is when your uterus drops when you ovulate and then when ovulation is over, your uterus goes back up. that is the only thing i can come up with. acupuncture sounds interesting. ... (43 replies)
... This last yr. I have experienced more OB's than ever before. Peak time seems to be between ovulation & beginning my new menstral cycle. I have read that the menstral cycle contributes to OB's. That said, is it possible a hysterectomy would remove that pre-cursor and eliminate or reduce the OB's ? (2 replies)
... I had a hysterectomy last year and still get breast pain every month. The first few months I also got some cramps and pain around ovulation, but I don't get those anymore. ... (4 replies)
... I noticed an increase in intensity in my ovulation pain since my surgery. I had an ultrasound that showed nothing. ... (1 replies)
... I had a vaginal hysterectomy (uterus & cervix) over a year ago with no major problems. But lately, for the past couple of weeks, I've had some pelvic pain - sort of like I used to cramp with my period, right in the middle. I know I still have some pain with ovulation, because I still have my ovaries, but this is different. I went to the doc the other day because I thought I... (1 replies)


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