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... I had a yellow discharge for about 5 weeks after my L.A.V.H., panty liners took care of it. I didn't have to wear a regular pad. ... (5 replies)
... Hi there I have a few questions for you. I am having a laprascopic hysterectomy removing my uterus on the 26th of Jan. I am scared. How long after surgery did you get up and move around? ... (7 replies)
... In some ways this is good news, the endometriosis and cysts are gone. However, all the pain and symptoms that have always been associated with them are still present and now we have no idea what the cause actually is. ... (10 replies)

Jul 18, 2006
... Like you, I had to have a hysterectomy because of endometriosis. I had it diagnosed with a laprascopy. I don't want to frighten you, but the lap was a walk in the park compared to the hyster. ... (12 replies)
... I have a huge fibroid, heavy periods, clotting, pain and a thick enlarged unterus. ... (3 replies)
... given region tend to treat similarly whether that treatment is best or not. That also tends to be the case for doctors affiliated with a given hospital. And with hysterectomy being so prevalent, this is particularly true. Other pathologist opinions may also be helpful. ... (8 replies)
... I had my Da Vinci done May 25th of this year. I had no problems, easiest surgery I have had. The worst part is the nerves and anxiety before. I had one shot for pain and one dose of Vicodin and after that only Motrin 800. I was walking that night in the hospital. Pain was minimal. ... (7 replies)
... WOW I must be extremely lucky. I had a vaginal hysterectomy on November 3rd. Per doctors orders no lifting, bending or doing anything strenuous until my recheck which I was supposed to schedule one to two weeks later. ... (2 replies)
... nses now and each one helps me to relax a bit more, it's good to know so many women go through this operation successfully. I am planning on taking it very easy after the operation as I want to recover as well and as quickly as possible so I wont be overdoing it! ... (23 replies)
... SBO 8 weeks ago. I was very scared and anxious because I hate hospitals and needles in general. My husband is an Anesthesiologist and thought I was being ridiculous! ... (23 replies)
... Hi Julie. I am now almost 5 weeks post op. I had vaginal laparoscopic assisted hysterectomy. I have 1 tiny incisions on each side of my belly and 1 on my belly button. I can hardly see them. ... (84 replies)
... do it and just put up with the little bit of pain, discomfort, discharge, BUT, I knew my body only had one chance to heal. I wanted as few adhesions as possible after the hyst, so I took it pretty easy. ... (5 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. The doc's said no children after 20. At 22. ... (1 replies)
... Well my doctor was not alarmed at my 6 week visit and told me that it would gradually stop. It will be 9 weeks tomorrow and I still have a discharge every single day. It's not so much blood as it is a yellowish color. Like you said, not urine, but watery. ... (5 replies)
... i too, was lucky enough to have my surgery with a robot. The Davinci stay was 1 night, no pain and i go back to work tomorrow (after 3.5 weeks). amazing technology. (2 replies)
... Yes, they will make you get out of bed and walk around. Yes, it will hurt, but surprisingly it didn't hurt to walk around as much as I thought it would. Maybe 5 on a scale of 10. Getting in an out of bed hurt worse, because you tend to use your stomach muscles to do this. ... (4 replies)
... I'm 5 weeks out from TAH BSO so I thought I'd answer your question from my experience. To tell you the truth I don't even remember if I had morphine or not. ... (3 replies)
... op after having a cystocele repair with TVT, a conventional rectocele repair, and Gynecare Prolift to strengthen my vaginal wall to support my prolapsed uterus. ... (20 replies)
... section scar and radiates all downwards. In the beginning the pain would be so bad that I could not sit to eat dinner. The pain would wake me up everytime I would roll over in bed. If my dog went to sit on me, I would throw him off because it was like I was just stabbed. ... (1 replies)
... coop, but I hadled it well. hey it was better then all of the pain and rupturing cysts all the time. ... (10 replies)

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