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... Hi Navyhem, I don't know what your doctor will biopsy before your hyst, but I had a biopsy the day before my hyst. ... (7 replies)
... Anyway, I saw a Gyno about 3 years ago and he suggested a hyster removing the uterus and ovaries. I have fibroids and had two ultrasounds done and I guess the left ovary was hard to find. I decided no way did I want to have my ovaries out. ... (2 replies)
... First of all, the partial hysterectomy, also called a supracervical hyst, removes only the uterus. It leaves the cervix behind. ... (4 replies)

... Pickle Eyes is right on the money. Have they determined why you have a thickening of the uterine wall ? ... (8 replies)
... and I had a hyst to remove just my uterus and cervix. I kept my ovaries. I figure as long as my ovaries are healthy, I want to benefit from the natural hormones they produce for as long as I can. ... (10 replies)
... Typically in a total abdominal hysterectomy they're talking removing the uterus and the cervix. Supracervical literally means above the cervix which means they only take the uterus. ... (2 replies)
... I hope you are feeling better and the cancer is removed and you can get past it all. ... (18 replies)
... A total abdominal hysterectomy only involves removing the uterus and cervix, and it is actually a very common procedure for fibroids that cause excessive bleeding. ... (18 replies)
... blem. However, if you do an internet search typing in "adenomyosis alternatives to hysterectomy" there are several doctors that do surgical techniques to remove the adenomyosis and reconstruct the uterus so that it can be preserved. Unfortunately they are few and far apart. ... (8 replies)
... Hi Jules, I know this is a tough decision, just wanted to suggest to you that you get several GYN opinions before you make up your mind. And don't be afraid to pepper them with lots and lots of questions. Lori (17 replies)
... triple, let me ask you this removing the fibroids is the same kind of surgery, an abdominal cut with the same kind of recovery because of incisional healing. fibroids do have a tendency to grow back. why woudnt i just have the source of the problem removed? ... (17 replies)
... many other less invasive alternatives. It is old school thinking that women need a hysterectomy for fibroids. Get other opinions and search for information on the net for alternatives. Myomectomy is the surgical removal of fibroids. ... (17 replies)
... It really depends on what exactly they are going to be doing. Are they just removing the uterus and leaving the cervix and ovaries? ... (14 replies)
... This happened to me and I asked before the surgery. I kept my ovaries and asked about leaving the cervix or removing it? ... (3 replies)
... cally assisted subtotal hysterectomy on Aug. 20. My doctor did explain that there is a chance I may have light periods afterwards if he was unable to get all of the uterine tissue removed. I opted to keep my cervix because I didn't want any shortening of the vagina and I wanted it to feel the same for my partner. ... (21 replies)
... Hi everyone again. I am scedualed to have my cervix out on Oct. 4th this year as I am still getting period for 5 days, moderate, because of the cervix being left in. There is a small piece of endometrial tissue attached to it. The ovaries are stimulating the cervix tissue to build a lining and have a period. ... (0 replies)
... pm. All is well so far. I did have some medication troubles the first 24 hours since I am allergic to codeine and the doctor had me on Percocet. ... (14 replies)
Supporting My Wife
Dec 28, 2006
... Will you let me know when you schedule to have your cervix out, whether they remove it vaginally or laparascopically and how it turns out? ... (59 replies)
... I go in on monday november 27 for my hysterectomy. I am having abdominal, cervix removed and ovary kept, as well as bladder lift. I asked about the reasons for removing cervix. Dr said that if he didnt remove it, I could still get cancer, still get periods and discharge and would still have to have paps. ... (14 replies)
... The doctor called today and my mother decided on the hysterectomy. She can't have it vaginally as she is having too much taken out. They are removing her cervix, uterous, ovaries, lymph nodes and her fallopian tube. ... (4 replies)




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