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2 weeks after assisted keyhole vaginal hysterectomy. Does it effect your bladder ? Slight pain in tummy when weeing and pinching feeling after.
Is two weeks after surgery too early to have vaginal intercourse after a supracervical hysterectomy?
Days: The symptoms you list usually resolve in three to four days. ...Read more
Depends: If they removed your ovaries or not, i assume they did. But a total abdominal hysterectomy means removal of the uterus and cervix. If they also remove your ovaries that is called total abdominal hysterectomy and bilateral salpingo- oophorectomy. If both ovaries were removed most patients usually get hot flashes within a few days but could possible be longer and the severity can vary per person. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What might cause cramps &spotting, 11months after partial c- hysterectomy with cervix and ovaries left in place?(not having intercourse)
Depends: Technically, the term 'total hysterectomy' refers to removing the uterus and cervix only. However, if a woman has also had her tubes and ovaries removed, 'bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy', she could notice a change almost immediately if she is premenopausal, or not at all if she is menopausal. ...Read more
6 weeks is safe: Your gyn surgeon would be the person to ask, but the generally accepted standard is about 6 weeks. Most people wait for a post op exam to get clearance from the doctor just to be safe. ...Read more
Ibs when I was in early 20's. Seemed to resolve after pregnancy. Has returned years later after long period of emotional stress and weight gain. Why?
Stress Effects IBS: Simply put, there are many things that can effect IBS, but one the major players is stress. Sometimes though it might not be IBS, but lactose intolerance or a bacterial imbalance in the large intestine. If the latter is the case probiotics may help. If the former is the case take all dairy out of your diet and see if it helps. ...Read more
8 weeks post op hysterectomy everything but ovaries. Breasts swell and hurt ALL THE TIME. Not just with ovulation. Normal? Permanent? Why??!
Contact your surgeon: Even though your ovaries are still present, the amount of circulating hormone may be disproportionate with estrogen only being secreted. This happens when ovulation is not ongoing and able to produce progesterone to balance the "equation" resulting in breast swelling. Contact your GYN surgeon and find out what is going on in your case. ...Read more
Varies: It is key to understand that hormone changes do not occur after removal of the uterus but rather after removal of the ovaries. If you still have your ovaries then you should not experience any hormonal changes. After removal of the ovaries menopause symptoms can occur almost immediately or not at all. For some the symptoms are severe enough to take estrogen replacement therapy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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