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Is It Normal To Have Night Seats After A Partail Hysterctomy
I had a complete hysterectomy on thursday they also removed by apendix I finally had a bm last night now diareah is this normal.?
Yes: But if you have persisting diarrhea more than 4-6 times/day for 2 days or more may need your stool checked for infection. ...Read more
I had a partial hysterectomy in 2007. Past week I've been having bad hot flashes and night sweats. Wat is going on? Is this normal.
No: That is not a normal way of doing things. Please ask for clarification from your surgeon regarding what was done and why. ...Read more
I had a full hysterectomy 6 weeks ago. How much can I now pick up? Am I back to normal in my exercises?
I'm having a hysterectomy tomorrow and was told to use 2 enamas. I've used one and only went once. How many times should I go? Will it be normal?
The point of the enemas is to produce watery clear stool.
When that happens you can stop. ...Read more
Hysterectomy: The first couple of days after an abdominal hysterectomy can be very painful. Skin swelling is normal since you just had an organ removed. Estimated recovery time for an abdominal hysterectomy could be 4 to 6 weeks. If it was laparsocopically, probably less time. It also depend on the patient and how she follows doctors recommendations after surgery. ...Read more
Missing organ: It is not uncommon for patients who have limbs or organs removed to still feel that they at present. It is called the missing organ syndrome. Have your GYN MD re-examine you to be certain that there are no other identifiable medical complications. ...Read more
Odor: A really bad odor from any part of the body that does not usually smell bad is generally abnormal. A visit to the doctor for evaluation is warranted to ensure that the symptom is not related to an infection or other pathologic process. ...Read more
Had a hysterectomy about 5.5 weeks ago and now I sense an order with minimal discharge. Is this normal?
Need a GYN evaluatn: You most likely have a benign alteration in the normal vaginal bacteria called bacterial vaginosis (probably from the usual pre-surgical, intra-vaginal prep fluid). It can be easily treated with Flagyl (metronidazole), but you should see your doctor to get it checked out. ...Read more
After haveing a hysterectomy after a year is that normal out of the blue tonite I seen a lil bit of blood?
Hysterectomy: You are awfully young to have had to go through such a major procedure, and I hope your health is better for it. I would not be concerned about the occasional spot of blood. However, if it is frequent, or more than just a spot, check in with your doctor to make sure you don't have something else going on like a vaginal infection. ...Read more
I had hysterectomy on april 3but still having some bleeding like a cycle. Is that normal I gotten two different medicine to stop it and still bleeding?
Possibly: It is normal to have some light bleeding, i.e. A panty liner takes care of it. This can last for several weeks. Usually the bleeding will change to a pinkish/watery discharge as the tissue heals and the sutures dissolve. If your bleeding is heavier than this or if you are having a pain, fever, or foul smelling discharge; I would recommend seeing your doctor to get this looked at. ...Read more
It can be: After a hysterectomy it is common to have temporary changes in bowel habits. Pain meds can cause constipation, stool softeners can cause diarrhea, eating differently can upset the intestines, stress can cause loose stools. Usually over time and getting back to usual eating and exercise the intestines go back to your normal. If bad diarrhea and increase in pain or fever see your doc. ...Read more
I had a hysterectomy in 2013 only leaving ovaries. This morning I'm developing bleeding is this normal?
Not usual: It's not normal in the sense that you will no longer have period bleeding. Sometimes toss can happen if the cervix was not removed. I would follow up with your doctor for an exam ...Read more
No: As long as you did not have your ovaries removed, you should not experience any changes in your weight. Some women immediatley after surgery have increased weight due to stored fluids from the inflammatory state that occurs after a surgery, however over the long run, weight gain would not be expected. ...Read more
Where: Please clarify what do you mean by cyst what part of your body ...Read more
Hard to say: Left sided pain can be from many different causes. In that location is the lower bowel that can be a source of pain no matter if there was a hysterectomy or not. Also ovarian issues, musculoskeletal, nerve issues and scar tissue can all cause pain there. Having a thorough evaluation by a gynecologist will help determine cause and best options for relief. ...Read more
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
Can be: There can be a lot of aches and pains after surgery, because our bodies often compensate for pain by using muscles we don't normally use, etc. Also position in bed following surgery. If it continues, see your family doctor or consider massage or chiropractor to evaluate. Likely it's normal, but if worsens definitely seek medical care. ...Read more
Hysterectomy: Immediately After surgery such as a Hysterectomy, it is normal to have a mild vaginal discharge, but be sure that you tell the surgeon so they can be aware of all your post operative symptoms and issues, and will let you know when to follow-up and be concerned if the discharge continues and or worsens/changes, etc. Best wishes. ...Read more
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