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... What were some of the health reasons for having a hysterectomy? ... (8 replies)
... Hi Robin, I had an LAVH last June for cervical cancer. I had to do a colon prep prior to the surgery. It wasn't fun, but I'm glad I did it. ... (11 replies)
... line, and much to my surprise they told me I needed multiple blood tranfusions immediately, that I could not leave the hospital or I would would die, how is that for a wake up call. ... (8 replies)

... I'm scheduled for hysterectomy on the 7th of november. Endometriosis since i was 15 im now 39. ... (8 replies)
... gyn who kept telling me I was in perimenopause and this was just how it was going to be for me. ... (8 replies)
... It is done for medical conditions, but you said you have stabbing pain bad periods and heaving bleeding? ... (8 replies)
... bacterial vagintis and interstitial cystitis so anything is going to cause me pain.If I had to do it again for any other sort of surgery, i would still chose Robotic. You can do a heck of a lot of surgery through those little incisions. ... (27 replies)
... onc said that the hematoma would make my organs "stick" together and there was a good chance of adhesions having been formed. She said with the robotic, she wouldn't be able to "feel" the tissues and wouldn't be able to gently pry them apart IF they were stuck together. ... (27 replies)
... my. The ablation was day surgery only, crapping spotting and that stopped and within a few days you was back on your feet. NO more periods. You still can't lift for more then 5lbs for a couple weeks, depends on your Doctor. I was having 3 periods a month plus other medical reasons, that forced me into my decisions. ... (0 replies)
... I have not stopped bleeding heavy and cramping horribly. The LEEP came back with unclear margins CC1a. My dr. said A hysterectomy is in order. Although she made it sound as though in reality all the cancer could be gone at this time. I am 34. ... (0 replies)
... Your gynecologist most likely recommended a hysterectomy because of your bleeding. ... (8 replies)
... I had a hysterectomy in 96' when I was 36, due to endometriosis. The hysterectomy turned out to be unnecessary, but at the time I was frightened and uninformed. ... (6 replies)
... years and stopped taking it but after 8 months I was having so many unexplained medical issues with sleepless nights and feeling of anger for no reasons so I went back on it and I feel so much better. ... (6 replies)
... and yes its severe. I never had cramps before the ablation! I am so sorry I ever had it for more reasons then I can mention. ... (9 replies)
... ate 30s to her 40s up to the early 50s it's not unusual that she could be experiencing the signs of menopause. This may or may not include the possiblity of her having fibroids which may be why there is a heavier than "normal" flow. That said the culprit behind them could be an imbalance in her hormone levels. ... (8 replies)
... made hormones for as long as I possibly can. I'll consider hormone replacement, later, if I need them. ... (3 replies)
... There is NO WAY Id recommend the ablation! I went thru it for much the same reasons...and I had my tubes tied at the same time. ... (5 replies)
... instead of a hysterectomy. Maybe you can ask your doctor about that option too while you're there. It's an option to look into before hysterectomy because if it doesn't work well enough, you can still have the hysterectomy. ... (2 replies)
... rgery. There are fewer risks and side effects. I don't know about the adhesions, but I just read a bunch about them last week and never saw anything about them having to be done abdominally. ... (13 replies)
... bleeding but still having an ovary my bones and body stayed healthy. You do what you want...but please change doctors ... ... (8 replies)


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