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Hysterectomy At 35
I am 48, have had a hysterectomy at 35, have been diagnosed with Anorexia, how will menopause effect me. My weight is currently 40kgs. ?
Menopause: True menopause occurs on average at age 54. If your hysterectomy did not include removal of both ovaries, you will have symptoms of menopause ("hot flashes", irritability, etc.) long before age 54. Depression can be a result of ovarian failure and your anorexia can be increased therefrom. Treatment for anorexia is generally psychologic therapy, but further weight loss should be avoided. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Normal: If your ovaries were left in place, you are not in menopause, which is confirmed by low FSH and lh. A partial hysterectomy in medical terms means removal of the uterus but not the cervix. Complete hysterectomy means removal of uterus and cervix. Removing the ovaries is separate. ...Read more
Its possible: Menopause has been shown to start around 2 years earlier than average (49 instead of 51) in woman with a hysterectomy. So, you still have plenty of time before that is an issue. The weight gain is more of a myth. If you eat healthy and exercise regularly you will significantly reduce any risk (hysterectomy related or not) of weight gain. ...Read more
A very strange question but would a person with an eating disorder or BMI of 16 have menopausal symptoms . Had hysterectomy my at 35 , now 47?
I had a hysterectomy/bso at age 35 (now 37). No hrt. Since then, running long distances causes shin pain. Doing everything right. Related to surgery?
Shin Splints: I don't think shin splints are related to your hysterectomy. Do you get the pain after a certain distance that you run? Is the pain in both legs? Do you do any weight training or stretching? I always become concerned with stress fractures. We see it in distance runners, more so in women then men. It sometimes manifests after running 3 or 4 miles. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had a hysterectomy 12 years ago when 35 , now 47 , when would I expect to be thinking of any symptoms or a change in life. Thank you ?
Hysterectomy: I assume your ovaries were left during the procedure. Generally women go through menopause at the same time as their mother or older sisters. Additionally, some woman never have many symptoms. If you begin to have classic symptoms of hot flushes, vaginal dryness then see your doctor. ...Read more
I had a total hysterectomy last august n i'm 35, my pelvic pain has been steadily increasing over the last months what can be done what's the problem?
What is your Questio: Please ask a question, so we can help clarify your concerns. Ca125 can go up due to many abdominal conditions causing irritation, inflammation or infection. A value like yours is not of much concern to me. You need to ask your doctor why she checked it in the first place? She must have had some reasons to do the test...So she can address it better than i can. ...Read more
I am 35 i had a hysterectomy 10yr ago, I have fybromayalgia, and ibs, for the past few months, I have abdominel and back pain after bowel movements, ?
Fibro and IBS: First make sure there is only ibs causing you abdominal and stool related pain. It can and can be helped with antispasmotics. Both fibro and ibs are due to centrl and in the case of ibs peripheral reasons in managing , producting or utilizing serotonin. Some fda drugs are available. ...Read more