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How Long After Having A Hysterectomy Will You Notice The Hormones Change
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
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
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
I'm 25 and will need a hysterectomy due to pre cancer and PID and severe endo. How dangerous is it with the change of hormones and illness?
Preop visit: Schedule a preop counseling visit with your surgeon. The answer depends on the type of hysterectomy you will be having ---vaginal, laparoscopic, Robotic or open. It also depends on your body size, weight, number of children, other medical problems and the underlying pathology. It also depends on if you are taking out both ovaries, only one or neither. ...Read more
Are certain antidepressants, like lyrca or cymbalta, better for osteoarthritis pain than celexa which I am currently on? I have been taking celexa for depression for 6 years. I am 62 and had a hysterectomy at 47 but am no longer taking hormones. Would h
Would getting a partial hysterectomy help lessen my catamenial, ie hormonal, seizures? Bc i have long periods and can't take birth control bc i have APS.
Depends : You are very young (on average for women who have their uterus removed). Probably your ovaries were not removed. If I am correct then you should not experience significant changes in your hormones because little was done to affect them. However, some women do experience hot flashes from short term changes in the levels of estrogen. This is unlikely to last more than a few weeks. ...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
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
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