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... menopausal symptoms and kind of expected my ovaries to fail on me after the surgery as I was warned that this can happen. Also that your ovaries are likely to fail within 5 years but so far so good. ... (9 replies)
... A myomectomy is good if 1. you still want children and 2. you have a very skilled surgeon who is able to sew together the uterus to make it whole again after removing the fibroids. In my case, the fibroids were located in the wall of the uterus, and it would have been difficult to sew the uterus back together again. ... (8 replies)
... He had also referred me to an oncologist. The oncologist said he couldn't tell if it was cancer from the transvaginal ultrasound and the CT scan report. After I got all my records, I discovered that the oncologist specifically recommended removal of just the one ovary but he didn't tell me that. ... (14 replies)

... Seems like on the hysyterectomy scale my plan is least invasive. Not removing ovaries so no hormone issues. Vaginal so no scars. ... (7 replies)
... Like fedgirl, I bled pretty much nonstop before my hysto too. I had a total vaginal hysterectomy removing my uterus and cervix. I stopped bleeding for 2 days and was so happy, and then BAM! ... (4 replies)
... the only one who went out otherwize was my grandma on my dad's side who died on the operating table during heart surgery. ... (15 replies)
... thanks for the replies. I was wrong about what they are removing. ... (6 replies)
... After I was given a total hysterectomy in an emergency setting because of an ovarian cyst which caused my ovary to twist, I learned that the cyst could have just been removed instead. I've also learned that fibroids and polyps can just be removed also. ... (19 replies)
What to expect?
Apr 7, 2008
... I scheduled to a hysterectomy in the next few weeks. They will be removing my uterus, left ovary and cervix. I have been suffering for years with cysts on my left ovary. ... (8 replies)
... I have endometriosis and fibroids. I'm actually having an ultrasound tomorrow to see if the fibroids have grown since I am having horrible bleeding. ... (14 replies)
... The Stanford urogyn was conservative. She recommended I hold off on the hysterectomy as long as possible. ... (43 replies)
Best advice????
Oct 6, 2006
... My problem wasn't the same as you but thought I'd give you my advice. I had my TAB on 29th August due to severe endo. ... (3 replies)
... Hope all goes well for you. I had a vaginal hysterectomy on Aug 9th for what they thought was carcinoma in situ. They felt confident that removing cervix and uterus would remove all of this. ... (10 replies)
LASH or abdominal?
Jul 20, 2006
... and leave me with one ovary. He would go through the abdoman and he said it would hurt really bad and take 6 weeks to recover. ... (2 replies)
... base at all. Maybe your doctor is trying to save you the expense of another visit and didn't realize your questions had not been answered. ... (59 replies)
... He will be removing everything but my ovaries, due to high grade dysplasia an there is the presents of carcinoma. ... (8 replies)
... THANKS for all the information and advice. I really appreciate it! ... (2 replies)
... I did have the option of either one but I chose the TAH as I mentioned in the earlier thread. ... (2 replies)
... don't want to go into early menopause or have to take estrogen or other hormones, so that's why I'll be keeping my ovaries. I am also very scared about the surgery, etc. ... (11 replies)




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