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Difference Partial Full Hysterectomy
Partial vs Total: A partial hysterectomy typically refers to removal of the uterus and cervix only. A total hysterectomy typically refers to removal of uterus, cervix and ovaries. However, that being said, there are now many hysterectomies where the cervix is being left. This is referred to as a supracervical hysterectomy. ...Read more
Here are some. ..: Total (full) hysterectomy is done in 3 ways: For benign disorders, complete uterine removal with or without ovarian removal; for malignancy, complete uterine and ovarian removal with pelvic lymph node removal. All can be done with open or laparoscopic approach. Bilateral ovarian removal may be called female castration just like bilateral testicular removal for surgical castration for P-Ca. .. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Language: 'total hysterectomy' has a precise medical meaning: it means removal of uterus and cervix. 'partial hysterectomy' is not a medical term, most folk mean 'removing uterus but not ovaries' when they talk about it. Obviously this doesn't match well with the first definition. ...Read more
This is misunderstoo: Tah means removal of the uterus and cervix, partial means removal of the uterus and leave the cervix. If you have the uterus, cervix and ovaries removed the proper name for this procedure is total abdominal hysterectomy and bilateral salpingo- oophorectomy. ...Read more
TAH/Supracervical: The cervix is left in during a supracervical hysterectomy and taken out for a total hysterectomy. ...Read more
Cancer: Make sure you see a gyn oncologyst. They are really trained, and will tell you exactly what you need. Cervica cancer early stages can be treated with surgery. More advance stages require only radiation as treatment. So make sure you see a specialist dealing only with cancer in the genital area. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have long suffered with a crippling menstrual cycle. I'm only 23, but I've had ovarian cysts. Is a partial or full hysterectomy best for me?
Start medically: Because of your age most people would start with medical treatments such as birth control pills or Lupron (leuprolide) or iud. Or do laparoscopy. It is also important to know what's the cause of the pain to know if a hysterectomy would help. Also knowing the cause would determine if the ovaries need to be removed - a full hysterectomy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Newly divorced, ex cheated a lot, partial hysterectomy & wanted full std screen Dr. Said unnecessary b/c some I couldn't get. Right? Or 2nd opinion?
Get the STD screen: In my opinion to be on the safe side you should have a full STD screen done as soon as possible at a local clinic. Also this seems like a very traumatic emotional experience and so if you would like some counselling to help you deal with this I can offer you that. If you feel this would help you please set up an appointment with me on HealthTap: www. Healthtap. Com/drharoldmandel ...Read more
I am 46. Partial hysterectomy and history of dysplasia. Pain in right ovary for a month with constipation, frequent urination and fullness. Dr time?
Is a painful, 3.6 ovarian cyst bad for 32 yo after partial hysterectomy in April2015? Spotting, nausea, pressure, low appetite, fullness, freq. Urination
Bad versus good: An documented ovarian cyst that produces pressure is not uncommon. However you don't say if the cyst is 3.6 centimeters or inches. Moreover, your symptom complex with urinary frequency, and vaginal spotting post hysterectomy indicate a need to be examined more thoroughly to rule out something else by your MD including bowel or urinary tract issues. ...Read more
Can you have endometriosis 15 yrs. After a hysterectomy? Endometriosis up to my mid twenties. Had partial, then full hysterectomy in mid twenties. Have vaginal bleeding when I have some bowel movements for the last two months.
Yes,: Yes, you can still have endometriosis after a hysterectomy. There could be residual endometrial tissue which continues to grow, or there can be endometrial tissue outside of the uterus and ovaries. If you are starting to bleed after15 years with no bleeding, I recommend that you see your gynecologist, to confirm the source of the bleeding. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Are the side effects for a partial hysterectomy the same as full (still have ovaries) ie;early onset of menopause, anxiety, depression, dizziness fatigue, insomnia, memory problems, mood swings, nervousness and etc. Should I pay for a saliva testing (zrt)
No: Your ovaries are likely still working. Many people seek solutions for mood and stress via ovarian hormones. You could get a serum fsh that can tell if the ovaries are functioning, but serum testing can reveal fluctuations. Do you grind teeth when sleeping? Do you have panic attacks, crying spells, low energy, etc. I'm not saying its all psychiatric just don't use resources seeking perfect horm. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No: Not usually, unless he goes exploring and knows what he is looking for. ...Read more
Very Different: An iud is used to prevent pregnancy and/or lighten periods (specifically the Mirena (levonorgestrel) iud). A hysterectomy removes the uterus and prevents any future pregnancies as well as any future periods. A hysterectomy is not used for birth control, whereas that is the primary purpose of the iud. One should be completely sure they are done childbearing before getting a hysterectomy. ...Read more
I read it's not the norm to have a pap done after total hysterectomy all is out. I have abnorm result (sil). Why are there differences of opinions?
6 weeks post op from hysterectomy. Started bleeding and abdomen has red rash. What is the difference between spotting and fresh blood? Should I go in?
Yes: Yes you should have your doctor check you. You need treatment. He may send you to a dermatologist for the skin rash. ...Read more
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