You might want to look up Compartment Syndrome- there is a test they can do for it. I was diagnosed with excertional compartment syndrome and had a fasciatomy done. My symptoms were similiar to yours, but got worse as time went on. Just a thought.
Many woman have hysterectomies and were still menstrating leave their ovaries in to avoid menopause <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>and</span><span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hot</span> flashes. This makes having a hysterectomy easier especially since uterus' may be removed through your belly buttom or vaginally. No long incision is required.
If you still have your ovaries and fallopian tube, but no uterus...you cannot get pregnant. You will still ovulate, you might have sore breasts, achey side, white mucus.
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