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Good Hormone Hysterectomy Ovaries
A hormone (from greek ὁρμή, "impetus") is a chemical released by a cell or a gland in one part of the body that sends out messages that affect cells in other parts of the organism. Only a little amount of hormone is required to alter cell metabolism. In essence, it is a chemical messenger that transports a signal from ...Read more
No need: If the ovaries have been left behind after a hysterectomy in a woman before menopause, there is no need to replace hormones, because the ovaries will still provide all hormones. Because of the surgery a woman may experience hotflashes for up to 8 weeks, after which things are usually back to normal. ...Read more
High hormone levels 2 yrs ago. Hysterectomy last yr with 5.6 CM cyst ovary, left in 1 ovary. No one said stuff about hormones yrs ago. What to do?
Check with: Your doctor. Not sure what you're asking. It is impossible to evaluate this problem over the internet as we don't have adequate info. ...Read more
I have had a partial hysterectomy and only have my right ovary. I am having symptoms of pregnancy. Is it possible i'm pregnant or is it just hormones?
Could discharge from the nipples, yellow/green, be a hormone imbalance due to having a hysterectomy 8 months ago. I do have my ovaries. ?
Will i be able to use yasmin (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol) after hysterectomy only one ovary left hormone levels is right but i have painfull ovulation?
Hormone blood work. Hysterectomy ..one ovary left
Does this mean I need to take hormones?
Menopause : Although I am unable to give an absolute answer without the range of the lab involved, these numbers suggest you are not in the menopause and therefore do not require hormone replacement. Furthermore, if you are asymptotic you do not require medication. The true issue is what is bothering you? Hope this helps. DrG ...Read more
I had a hysterectomy 7 years ago. I am 42 years old. I am having night sweats and trouble sleeping. Do i need hormone replacement? I have one ovary.
Possibly: Go and see an ob/gyn doctor. Without a full history and physical exam and possible some lab tests, trying to make a diagnosis would only be guessing. Please go and get better soon. ...Read more
Is hormonal imbalance possible with partial hysterectomy having only both overies that can cause severe blackheah/, acne issues, oily hair and skin a?
Not usually: Unless the remaining ovaries are pathologically producing excess androgens(male hormone) from an enclosed tumor, then no. The ovaries will continue to function post op the same as pre-op unless their vascular connection is compromised during surgery. If there is a hormonal imbalance, the source could be with other endocrine organs such as the adrenal gland. ...Read more
Can a woman that has had a hysterectomy but still has 1 tube and 1 ovary still get pregnant? Age 29 good health.
Good morning I am 30 years old and had a hysterectomy 3 years ago and the surgeon left my left ovary. I have been in excruciating pain debilitating pain for about the past 6 months in the pelvic area on the left side. I just had an ultrasound performed to
Your question: was cut off.....can you re submit more concisely to fit the question parameters? ...Read more
I had a complete hysterectomy ( still have both my overies) 2 yrs ago and I have bright red blood now when I wiped. Its was a good amount. I wiped a few times and everytime I wiped it was very presence. This is not the 1st month I have had bleeding but it
Estrogen: Hormone therapy is given to women after removal of ovaries, or at the time of menopause. Typically most doctors will do everything they can to spare a women of 28 years from having her ovaries removed, as removing ovaries prematurely puts you at increased risk of bone loss and cardiovascular disease. Often reserved solely for diagnoses of cancer. Hormone replacement would be estrogen. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Any thoughts on bhrt using the biote pellet procedure for my hormone replacement after my hysterectomy?
Balance is Key: If the surgical procedure included the removal of both ovaries, then one will experiece a sudden decrease of progesterone, testosterone and estrogen. Compounded pellet implants for women come in the forms of Estradiol and testosterone. Progesterone is rx as a topical, inj or oral. The advantage of the pellet implant tx is the steady-state delivery over 3-6 months. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Only if Ovaries gone: Women who have had their ovaries removed at hysterectomy need to replace the estrogen hormone contained therein, if they are pre-menopausal and recently post-menopausal. The hormone replacement(estrogen) is given in pill, topical, or vaginal forms. Hot flashes, irritability, difficulty concentrating, etc are often signs of a lack of estrogen post-surgery without hormone replacement. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
No.: This is a ongoing discussion with your doc. Too complicated to answer here. You will have to strike a balance between the good effect of the med and the potential downsides. ...Read more
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