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... I just have to say how really crappy I feel today. Its been almost 7 weeks since my complete laparoscopic hysterectomy, for the first few weeks I felt absolutely fantastic, now I dont feel so good anymore.. ... (3 replies)
... no real problems, just get tired easily. My gynecologist said she likes to do the hysterectomies laparoscopic if and when she can, because the patient recovers a lot quicker. ... (9 replies)
... There are way way too many hysterectomies done today. My suggestion would be to avoid a hysterectomy at all costs and second, I wiould get the third opinion a to what to do. ... (21 replies)

... It would be a laparoscopic hysterectomy. Sorry for the long post... I'm just second guessing my decision after reading this board... ... (21 replies)
... ad to rely on the surgeon's best judgement. If I had had the choice, I would have done the robotic anyway. I have had several abdominal surgeries over the years, laparoscopic as well as open surgery. Recovery from the robotic was much better over all. ... (27 replies)
... und sexist, but I'm glad my surgeon is a woman. In my experience, women have a gentler touch and more precision with delicate tasks. My recent appendectomy was laparoscopic by a male surgeon and well, I think he may have knocked a few more things around than he needed to. Not to totally bash male docs. Just my experience. ... (27 replies)
... Shellsfaith, I'm sorry to hear you had to have surgery. I had laparoscopically assisted vaginal hyst (LAVH) 6/18. I started walking (outside the house) on about 5 days post-op, but that was a really short trip. I went out to lunch (my first venture from home) 10 days post-op, but was tired when I got home. I can now go out for several hours at a time, but rest when I get... (5 replies)
... My wife had this surgery in July of 2006. Other than a couple weeks post-op of her system recovering from the surgery she's experienced no problems whatsoever, including no menopausal symptoms. She's a firm believer in the procedure and she's referred a number of ladies to her doctor's practice. Luckily many of them have been good candidates and have undergone LSH with... (1 replies)
... Laparoscopic Supracervical Hysterectomy is a surgery first of all. It's a procedure where the surgeon using laparoscopic instruments to view and remove internal organs and can be used to remove the uterus and ovaries but not the cervix. ... (22 replies)
... Has anyone had this, and still had pain 2 weeks post op? ... (4 replies)
... I am new to this board today. Underwent a laparoscopic hysterectomy April 16, 2014. Uterous, Cervix and Fallopian Tubes removed. Ovaries remain. Appear to be healing fine. ... (2 replies)
... First of all, our best wishes for the best outcome no matter which procedure is right for you. My wife had her hysterectomy on 31 July. ... (3 replies)
... I made the decision to get a hysterectomy but leave my ovaries. I will possibly have to have an abdominal hysterectomy as my uterus is twice the size it should be and abnormally shaped. ... (6 replies)
... I have not had what you had done done, however I can tell you that pain 2 weeks post op is normal. I had laparoscopic hernia repair in August and i had "pain" for about a month but it got better over time. If it is not improving at all, I would definitely call the doc. ... (4 replies)
... I had a Laparoscopic Supracervical Hysterectomy on May 8, 2009 (they also took my ovaries and tubes) and tomorrow is my two week mark for recovery. I have outrageous pain with gas or bowel movement when it passes by the area where my uterus used to reside. Is this normal? I'd like to think it's just putting pressure on sensitive areas that were severed when they removed my... (2 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)
... Hello All- I am 14 hours post-op now and the prep was a breeze! I got myself worked up for nothing. When I woke up though, I was very confused. I couldn't figure out why it felt like I had been stabbed in the pelvic area many times over. As it turned out, the morphine they gave me didn't have an effect on me. They swithced me over to 2 Percocet and with 30 minutes I... (5 replies)
Jan 14, 2016
... Hi all! Not sure if I'm able to post this question here. But if it gets moved or deleted it's worth a shot. But here's my story... ... (0 replies)
... Yes, I had a total laparoscopic hysterectomy where they removed the uterus vaginally. I just have three small scars, and they are fading now. ... (9 replies)
... op. I had Laparoscopic Supracervical Hysterectomy. Only had three incisions. Surgery was 4 weeks ago. You are yhe only one I have found so far that has the swollen belly. ... (6 replies)

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