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Jul 20, 2010
... This is a sampling of the tissue from your endometrium to ensure that it is normal. ... (3 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 agree with your OB. Removing your one remaining ovary will kick you into instant surgical menopause. ... (7 replies)

... of the lymph nodes. If that's benign, they'll leave them alone. ... (27 replies)
... The doctor took my cervix and uterus. ... (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)
... I hope you are feeling better and the cancer is removed and you can get past it all. ... (18 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)
... 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)
... 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)
... 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)
... 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)
... 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)
... 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)
... 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)
... 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)
... 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)

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