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Jul 15, 2010
... can you still have hpv after removing the cervix 5 years ago (2 replies)
... I wanted to keep my cervix. I think it adds to the sexual experience, and I am fond of it. I have also read that it helps with stability of the pelvic floor, or something like that. ... (1 replies)
... This is not a silly question. I never thought much about what happened after a hysterectomy until I was facing one. My best friend described the anatomy by comparing the uterus, cervix, and vagina to a pear sitting on top of a beverage glass. ... (3 replies)

... I'm Karen, 40 years old and due to have a hysterectomy by keyhole in 2 weeks. They are taking my ovaries and uterus but I was unsure at my appointment with the Gyn when he asked about removing my cervix. ... (11 replies)
... Kari, Thanks for sharing., I have my LSH on APril 21. I am also from Minneapolis. It is nice to hear that recovery is quick. I too am only having my uterus removed. What kind of symptoms where you having prior to Hyst? Sorry for hyjacking this post. I don't know how eolse to geta hold of you. (13 replies)
... she told me that she would be removing my uterus, cervix, and my right ovary. The decision regarding my cervix was based on the pathology report of my recent LEEP procedure coming back with unclear margins. ... (1 replies)
... Are there any ladies out there who have had a hysterectomy where the doctor has left the cervix and you've continue to have periods? ... (10 replies)
... Hi Randy! I have chatted with you before and I hope your wife is doing well. I will live with my problem because we now have the scar tissue issue which would be removing the cervix more complex. ... (3 replies)
Supporting My Wife
Nov 23, 2006
... op now. All the typical menstrual symptoms have totally disappeared....besides there being no spotting there's been no bloating, water retention, or sensitive breasts. ... (59 replies)
... After rejecting the concept of hysterectomy since age 19, I think I am finally going to do it. ... (8 replies)
... Is it possible that they feel the need to do the ablation because my lining is 18mm? ... (21 replies)
... or fibroids removed and get an ablation at the same time. But since the polyps or fibroids are usually the cause of the irregular bleeding, I don't understand the point of the ablation. It would seem you'd want to mess with mother nature as little as possible. ... (21 replies)
... of the lymph nodes. If that's benign, they'll leave them alone. ... (27 replies)
... in my cervix, All that has been checked. Everything looks fine, just the bleeding. ... (5 replies)
... I agree with your OB. Removing your one remaining ovary will kick you into instant surgical menopause. ... (7 replies)
Need Advice..
Jul 20, 2010
... This is a sampling of the tissue from your endometrium to ensure that it is normal. ... (3 replies)
... stunt the growth of new Endometriosis deposits. Not only didn't it help, I continued to get worse, and my overall health just kept getting worse. ... (2 replies)
Oct 17, 2009
... HPV is a virus and it stays in your body for life. It may not cause problems that long. If you had your hyst because of HPV caused changes to your cervix, then removing the damaged tissue can help your body fight the virus so it doesn't cause further problems. It isn't a guarantee, though. ... (1 replies)
... I don't know the laundry list of things that can go wrong. I do however, know that my dr removed everything but my ovaries. ... (11 replies)
... The doctor took my cervix and uterus. ... (8 replies)

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