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... and my uterus is the size of a 4 mth pregnancy! My main issue is very heavy and very long periods, causing low iron. ... (5 replies)
... and my uterus is the size of a 4 mth pregnancy! My main issue is very heavy and very long periods, causing low iron. ... (5 replies)
... Oh yes, I'm fully aware that the ovaries may shut down, but I'm 50 anyway, so if they do, they do. I've read quite a lot on hysterectomy, pros and cons. I'm keeping a positive outlook and attitude that it's the best thing for me. ... (38 replies)

... I am 47 years old and just had a biopsy of my uterus. ... (5 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)
... absorb on its own. The hematoma would make things hard to see and also very "sticky". She wants to give it another month to let things continue to heal. ... (27 replies)
... The more I think about it, the more I am leaning toward keeping my ovaries and lymph nodes, IF my doctor does not strongly disagree. However, if she has a compelling reason to take them out, well..... ... (27 replies)
... I've been reading these posts and now I'm more confused then ever. I've been bleeding heavily for weeks now, ending up in er and now faced with treatment options for my newly diagnosed fibroids and enlarged uterus. ... (3 replies)
... Your questions and concerns are truely validated. According to your post the Surgery is this upcoming wkend ? ... (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)
... Hi, thanks for your reply. Yes, this is what I am afraid of. This is very important to me and my life with my husband. We have had a great intimate relationship for 28 yrs and I want to keep it that way. ... (11 replies)
... an cancer. I am already in perimenopause now. I am really undecided on the ovaries. I am going to let her know at the time of my surgery. I also have the bladder and rectocele issues and do not know about any repair until she gets in there. ... (11 replies)
... cervical dysplasia and underwent leep procedure after leep procedure after leep procedure. At 18 I had a major surgery which cleared the cancer for 1 yr. ... (1 replies)
... I have just had a hysterectomy and have one fallopian tube and ovary left. ... (4 replies)
... oophorectomy, which means they removed the uterus, cervix, ovaries, and tubes. Mine was done in 2000. I was 34 at the time and my family was complete. I had total faith in my GYN doctor, he had been my doctor for years and I have complete trust in him, he is a very caring man. ... (8 replies)
... Afer being told that i can have a hysterectomy, i had a phone call today tosay that they want to do it by keyhole, is there anyone that has this done and wondered what the pros and cons were. ... (1 replies)
... He seems to think it is Cin III but also called it Carcinoma in situ. Im still awaiting my biopsy results but he recommends I just go ahead with a complete hysterectomy because I no longer want any more children. He said I could go with a cone biopsy but that I will have to go in for a pap every 3 mos etc. etc. ... (6 replies)
... my and bladder lift eight weeks ago and so far am doing well, I stayed in the hospital for five days, my doctor let me stay as long as i wanted, my surgery was 3 and one half hours, the recovery is slow, he said no lifting for six months anything over 10 pounds. ... (13 replies)
... Would like some comfort. Pahlease. Surgery is scheduled for May 15. I swear, the more I read online, the more scared I get. I started reading about the pros and cons to each type. I'm totally nervous about them starting with the vag, and having to go to abdominal. Is this a common thing? ... (13 replies)
Aug 30, 2006
... Thanks for the reply Srmom! The procedure is a LAVH with Possible BSO. He said he would leave my fallopian tubes and ovaries if he can. I dont know if this is normal but the last few weeks I have been in a tug of war with myself weighing the pros and cons. ... (3 replies)

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