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i had a full hysterectomy17 days ago,i have been having headaches since ?

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Dr. Kathy Robinson
Family Medicine 32 years experience
Anesthesia/fluids: It may have to do with the anesthesia you had or with being relatively dehydrated. Make sure that you are drinking lots of water and no caffeine or alcohol. If it is not resolving soon, see your doctor for check up.

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Can vary: You will most likely find that throughout your menstrual history you will vary somewhat in the duration, flow and symptoms of your menses. What you describe is not abnormal at all. Just observe and if there is a persistent problem, discuss with your pcp or gynecologist. Without symptoms, you should be reassured.

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