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... The reason for my hysterectomy was adenomyosis as detected by MRI. I've had cramps almost everyday since I first got my period as a teenager. ... (7 replies)
... him that I would rather wait and go back after two weeks off. He gave me the okay to drive and said that I can lift after two weeks. If anyone that must have a hysterectomy can have it performed laproscopically, I would highly recommend it! Feel free to post with any questions about it. ... (22 replies)
... Laparoscopic Supracervical Hysterectomy is a surgery first of all. ... (22 replies)

... :confused: I had a laproscopic hysterectomy 3 months ago for an enlarged uterus due to fybroids. (I'm 47). Kept the ovaries, everything else was removed. Now, still 3 months later I'm having these symptoms I can barely stand anymore. Bowel movement is messed up. Some bowel material gets left behind, does not come out. Also burning in the vaginal area. Weak and sore... (4 replies)
... Sorry to hear you've had some problems. At least you can see the "light at the end of the tunnel" so to speak as you have a surgery date. My wife is doing just great. She's at 10+ weeks post-op now and feeling fine. I haven't posted much lately because there's really not a lot to say and probably will "close" off my postings at 3 months post-op as that's pretty much the... (22 replies)
... I walk 30 minutes a day to remove most of the love handles but I had liposculpture on my waiste to remove it all. If you are way to big you might have to liposculpture it a second time. (8 replies)
... I found your post and thought I'd reply. ... (8 replies)
... My wife had LSH in July of 2006. In her case the surgeon removed only her uterus leaving both ovaries and her cervix. She checked into the hospital at 8:30 AM, surgery was completed shortly after noon, and she was in our car on her way home at 5:30 PM. She spent the next two days resting and just watching TV taking only half of the prescribed pain killers. By the third day... (8 replies)
... Your post caught my eye. I am always looking for people who are not in the childbearing years and the thought of surgery due to age is pretty frightening. ... (22 replies)
... No problem. Might add that today is a milestone of sorts as my wife's surgery was 6 weeks ago today. Somewhere in my old tired mind I remember being told that the body runs in a 6-week healing cycle.....something about the cell replace I was kind of paying attention to see where she was 6 weeks post-op. (I think she's getting tired of me asking her how she's... (22 replies)
... Even if you had an LAVH your doctor would have removed your uterus through your vagina. Personally I don't believe it matters what type of hysterectomy you have, there are still serious risks involved. You are not alone in what happened to you. I hope that you get some answers with the general surgeon! ... (24 replies)
... Attention Elaine444 - I see you are from the Twin cities & am curious as to who your surgery was with...I, too, had a hysterectomy in May of 2006 & it has been a nightmare ever since. I suffer from nerve damage, my stomach is swollen, & I feel like I have an orange up under my rib cage. I'm going to a general surgeon on Monday in hopes that he'll do exploratory surgery &... (24 replies)
... and am now seeing a pelvic floor physical therapist. I also suffer from urinary incontinence since my hysterectomy and find this frustrating, ironic, and humiliating since I have always been very thin, active, and never even had children. I am only 35 years old now. ... (24 replies)
... it will have to be abdominal. That also scares me. If you get additional info on your complex cyst, please post Id like to hear what your doctor says. ... (9 replies)
... This is my first post, I posted this on the hysterectomy board as well. I wish I would have found this site before the surgery. The reason for my post is a question for anyone thats has had a bladder suspension. I had to go home with a catheter. I was not emptying my bladder at hospital. ... (35 replies)
... This is my first post, I will probably post this on the urology board as well. I wish I would have found this site before the surgery. The reason for my post is a question for anyone thats has had a bladder suspension. I had to go home with a catheter. I was not emptying my bladder at hospital. ... (0 replies)
... I am 47 years old and I had a laproscopic supra cervical hysterectomy performed on February 5, 2010. Within 2 days I was walking 1.5 miles around my apartment complex. ... (10 replies)
... C, endometrial ablation, cone biopsy and laproscopic tubal ligation all at the same time...that's why the longer than usual recovery period. I cannot have any more children at this point even if I wanted to... ... (10 replies)
... Mom, thank you for your encouraging words. I appreciate you taking the time to reply to my post. As for my cervix issue...upon doing a pelvic exam my doctor began "poking" around on various parts of me and when she began examining my cervix I immediately knew something was wrong, as did she. I wanted to scream! Now, I don't know much about things like this. I like to think... (24 replies)
... I read another post on this message board that said the doctor always removes the cervix during a vaginal hysterectomy. ... (24 replies)

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