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What can I do after a hysterectomy (and ovaries) to prevent dryness of the uterus?

What can I do after a hysterectomy (and ovaries) to prevent dryness of the uterus?

Vaginal dryness: I assume you meant vaginal dryness since the uterus was removed during the hysterectomy. After the ovaries are removed hormone production stops leading to menopause. Vaginal dryness is common and easy treated with vaginal estrogen available as a cream, pellet, or a vaginal ring. Lubricants like astroglide or KY can help during intercourse. ...Read more

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What is total hysterectomy--uterus and ovaries removed?

What is total hysterectomy--uterus and ovaries removed?

Whole uterus only: A total (complete) hysterectomy is the removal of the whole uterus(body of the uterus as well as the cervix).A partial (or supracervical) hysterectomy removes part of the uterus and leaves the cervix in place.The removal of the tubes and ovaries is a separate procedure (salpingectomy and oophorectomy respectively). Removing everything is a total hysterectomy and a bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy. ...Read more

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I had a partial hysterectomy last february, took my ovaries and left my uterus, I have gained a lot of weight, i'm eating healthier, why?

I had a partial hysterectomy last february, took my ovaries and left my uterus, I have gained a lot of weight, i'm eating healthier, why?

Oophorectomy: If they left your uterus, you didn't have a hysterectomy. It sounds like you had a bilateral oophorectomy. Are you sure you don't mean they left your cervix? That would be a supracervical hysterectomy. Anyway, it may be the weight gain is from being menopausal, but have your provider check for thyroid issues and diabetes too. ...Read more

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Menopause every symptom imaginable. Hysterectomy. Have ovaries. No uterus so can't judge where i'm at with this journey. 55 yrs old. When does II end?

Menopause every symptom imaginable. Hysterectomy. Have ovaries. No uterus so can't judge where i'm at with this journey. 55 yrs old. When does II end?

Menopause: There is medical treatment to help with symptoms of menopause. Call your doctor and make an appointment to see about getting help. ...Read more

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If my ovaries are both stuck to back of my uterus, is it possible to have a hysterectomy but save one ovary?

Possible : In most cases it is possible to save the ovary. Without knowing more though it would be difficult to answer. Your surgeon may not even be able to know for sure until he or she sees the ovaries during surgery. Certainly you should express your wishes and that discussion can occur during your preop visit. ...Read more

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Have large mass on uterus,small one on left ovary,does that mean I have to have a hysterectomy?

Have large mass on uterus,small one on left ovary,does that mean I have to have a hysterectomy?

Not necessarily.: Unless the masses are malignant(cancer) or are causing other problems that cannot be cured by removal of the masses alone. ...Read more

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Can robotic hysterectomy be safe for precancerous conditions of the uterus and ovaries in morbid obese patients?

Can robotic hysterectomy  be safe for precancerous  conditions of the uterus and ovaries in morbid obese patients?

Possibly: You need to interview a few surgeons in your area and see if they are comfortable using the robotic surgery suite for your surgery. I think every surgeon will have their own view on this. Best of luck. ...Read more

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Have mild cramp after 4 years of hysterectomy with 1 ovary left. Uterus, appendix and 1 ovary removed. Is this a concern?

Have mild cramp after 4 years of hysterectomy with 1 ovary left.  Uterus, appendix and 1 ovary removed.   Is this a concern?

Cramping: This is likely your remaining ovary ovulating or developing a cyst. Being near menopause, you are more likely to have these due to hormone fluctuations. You need to see your physician for an exam and ultrasound. ...Read more

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Hysterectomy (Definition)

The entire uterus (womb), cervix, the part protruding into the vagina, and ...Read more