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I took premarine for awhile because of hot flashes but when it did not stop them my Dr took me off of it. Sonmetimes due to the causes of the hysterctomy there aren't any hormones you can take. So be sure to bring this up with your Dr.
Hello, Garderella vaginosis can cause bacterial vaginosis and ureaplasma urealyticum can cause infertility. They are not the sole reasons for hysterectomy which can be done due to many other medical causes. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. I sincerely hope that helps.
Had a hysterectomy 7yrs ago. did not remove ovaries or fallopian tubes. Starting to have lots of pelvic pain again. Will I have to have them removed eventually?
I recently had a hysterectomy and am now 2 weeks later suffering severe bilateral lower arm pain. Diagnosed with phlebitis in right arm, now the left arm hurts also. Very painful early morning when I am waking up and for a half hour or so after. I did not have an IV in the Left arm (they did take blood from my hand there though) I did have an ultra-sound on the R arm which showed 3 clots but I did not have pain in the left arm at the time.
If a person has had a hysterectomy for cancer and starts to bleed a year what do you think could be the cause of this?
Hi I pressume your wife is having a hyster soon, yes your right be there for her, you may also find she needs some space, this surgery is serious it effects women in physical, emotional and psychological ways,,,, buy her lots of magazines, crosswords whatever she does for quiet work she is going to be a couch potatoes for 3-4 weeks when she can get up she cannot lift, twist, push or do excessive bending the better she follows this the quicker and more correctly she will heal,,,,and a ice pack f
Although the test may show nothing is wrong that doesn't mean your not having pain. I do know this is a common problem, Having pain after a hysterectomy. Have you done any research on it? Endometriosis is a common problem that causes pain and could certainly be related. This is some of what I have found...Hysterectomy can cause Endometriosis.... he excruciating pain you described sounds much like scar tissue building on your kidneys and cul-de-sac.
For one thing, if you are going to lose your ovaries during this hysterectomy (called a complete or Radical hysterectomy) then you are losing a source of estrogen and testosterone. Your ovaries will continue to 'drip' some estrogen.. estradiol... until you are about 75 or 80. Your ovaries will also continue to drip some testosterone until you are about age 75. Of course, you won't get much in the way of these hormones but you get some.
painful) so Dr did a DaVinci Robotic assisted hysterectomy..( true defenition of hysterectomy is removal of uterus) (removal of tubes and ovaries is salpingo-Ooperectomy) ...anyways my ovaries hurt alot cause of cysts and I had several trips to Er before finding a new Dr who would take my ovaries out..My one ovary was "good" the other was smothered in endometrial tissue had cysts, and was attached to bowels...
Dear Professional Doctor My mum aged 67 had underwent a total hysterectomy and bilateral oopherectomy in January'08. As her womb and both ovaries were removed do she stills need to go for Pap Smear?? My aunt is a middle aged lady who do not have any sexual activity do she require a Pap Smear? Please give me some medical advice. Thank you in advance.
My doc has suggested I have a partial hysterectomy (due to heavy periods and fibroids and constant anemia) and now as the date for it is getting closer, I'm getting cold feet. I've been reading on different websites that there's a good chance that even if it's a partial hysterectomy, I will start going through menopause within a couple years. Can anyone who has had one confirm this or share their experience with this?
HI, I am 38 years old and had a vaginal hysterectomy when I was 23y due to endometrioses, and a right oopherectomy. I am experiencing dry vagina during sexual intercourse. I had several UTI's during 2008 as well. Is this related to the hysterectomy?
It has been 1 yr and 4 months after my Partial Hysterectomy, It took a good 4 - 6 months to completely heal. I had a Partial Hysterectomy because my Gyn said I had Endometriosis. I had my Uterus and my Cervix removed. They left both my ovaries. They had to leave my ovaries, because I have Essential Thrombocytosis (ET), (which is a platelet disorder, My bone Marrow produces too many platelets in my blood, causing clotting). I take meds to lower my platelet count.
To the best of my knowledge no other women in my family have endo...my Mom is one of 5 girls. She's also the only one who hasn't already had a hysterectomy. My Granny died with all of her "Mommy Parts", and with ovarian cancer...so who knows. I know nothing about the medical history of my natural fathers family as I have had no contact with any of them since he died, almost 32 years ago.
I will be having a partial hysterectomy, maybe full, depending out what was seen with my ultrasound of my ovaries. I have a herniated rectum, probably from being constipated so long, and a prolapsed bladder and uterus. The uterus and cervix will be removed, ovaries, if needed, and then the bladder and the rectum will be repaired as needed. Mesh will be used to sling the bladder up where it is supposed to be. I will also be have a little bit of plastic surgery down there.
I went to ob who suggested hysterectomy, yet said it may not be the issue. Then saw another vascular surgeon who is sending me for a venography. I get more pressure in the trunk area when I bend or sit too long. My legs are also swollen a.bit and have become vascular with prominent varicose veins. I get winded and light headed easily. I did research leading me to think it is nutcracker syndrome,but the surgeon says no. Any thoughts???
I have had 2 surgeries that in total equal a supercervical hysterectomy. Early Stage 1A OvCa in 2000. 1) What would a "normal" FSH level be for someone that has had a hysterectomy? 2) What actually causes a hot flash, and other then the red face and profuse sweating are there other physical changes happening to the body during a hot flash? Thank you for your response.
Hi, Ideally there should be no bleeding after a hysterectomy. Bleeding after a hysterectomy is usually because of local causes like vaginitis or granulation tissue at the vaginal vault. Consult a gynaecologist for an examination. Hope this helps.
I had a partial hysterectomy in August 2011.
I had an emergency partial hysterectomy last year removing my uterus and part of my cervix. This past summer I started having some brown spotting. I had a normal pap and normal ultrasound of my ovaries. The bleeding persists and now it is more reddish and more frequent. Moving my bowels and intercourse make it worse. Should I be worried?
The hormone that causes lactation is produced in the brain, not by the reproductive system. You should have no problems nursing, except if pain prevents it.
Im 57 and had a di vinci robotic assisted hysterectomy 11 days ago. Ive had diarrhea ever since. Taken immodium which produces a soft loose stool then next day diarrhea is back. No blood, some mucus, sometimes green, sometimes brown. Im eating from the BRAT diet. Drinking pedratic electrolytes, lots of water, taking prescription strength potassium and calicum. Not taking any pain meds as my stomach does not like them. Every other day I take immodum.
I had a hysterectomy in 1996, and I have noticed some bleeding recently. It started in June, only spotting when I would use the restroom. I went to the doctor in July because it happened again. I was treated for a urinary tract infection. After finishing the antibiotics, I have started spotting again...and more! I am going for a pelvic exam in a couple of days. But has anyone had this experience and what was the results?
Thanks alot for that information I really appreciate it!!!
brief background-30 years old had hysterectomy in Feb this year. have a 2 year old and 8 month old (born dec 07)Past surgerys-4 laborscoptic and 1 hysteroscopy. Started having pains during intercourse and bleeding about 2 1/2 months ago. Had a polyp removed. Waited the healing time. Still having the pain. Went other day to get ultrasound to check ovaries. Those are ok. Dr said my bowel was dilated and to keep eye on it. It was suggested by tech I might have endo on my bowel.
Need opinions please... I went into early menopause 10+ years ago - about 7 years after the removal of one of my ovaries so I am way past menopause symptoms. It's possible that I have endiometriosis. I definitely have a prolapse. Along with that I have some stress incontinence. And I have scarring on my cervix from a botched "cone" that causes painful pelvic exams and quite a bit of pain toward the end of my marriage.
hi- my obgyn recommended I get a hysterectomy due to fibroids externally and growth inside uterus wall that causes pain/excessive bleeding. I decided to do UAE instead which helped some. My question now is I have a polyp in my gallbladder and some nagging slight pain and occasional nausea in gallbladder area. Is there any connection between symptoms for uterus fibroid issues and gallbladder issues? specifically I mean the pains. Are my uterus pains radiating to my gallbladder area?
6 yrs ago I had a hysterectomy and rectocele repair. I have had a problem with constipation my whole life. I now have a cystocele and my rectocele is back again. I have had to wear cathaters several times in my life cause of urination problemsand still have a a severe constipation problem. If I had sex with someone new who and his penis was bigger than my vagina was use to off and on for six months and it was rough would this induce or cause my bladder to fall?
I have been having intermittent pain that radiates into my right shoulder. It sometimes causes soreness in the upper GI area under my ribs. Usually doesn't last that long, just enough to cause me concern. Any help you have would be great! Thanks so much! (Oh, I had hyst due to endo since I was 19. I am now 30. I have 2 children. I've had an appendectomy.) I am also very tiny. I have heard that small people are more prone to nerve damage in hyst. I'm 5'8 and 116 pounds.
I had a hysterectomy 5 years ago. I still have my ovaries. Every month at the time of my period I have menstral like cramps. Pain on both sides of the pelvic area. Is this normal? Does that symptom ever go away? The cramping is annoying and at times it can be painful, but now the pain is more localized to the right side.
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