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Planned C Section Avoided Hysterectomy
Impossible to know: The risk of hysterectomy at the time of cesarean section is normally less with a planned surgery than 1 done in labor. The most common reasons for needing a hysterectomy are bleeding or a problem with the placenta like an accreta (placenta grown into uterine wall). Talk to your doctor and get the explanation for what happened. That might make it easier to deal with. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If things go wrong durning my 4th c-section, can't I just tell the Dr that after the baby is out to just give me a hysterectomy to stop the bleeding?
Sure: Thats ok but it would be even easier to have your tubes tied. ...Read more
I had a c-section along with a hysterectomy removing everything but my ovaries 4 weeks ago. My incision is vertical, can I have intercourse now or should I wait the full 6 weeks?
Sex: I would speak with your doctor. My instincts would tell you to wait the full 6 weeks. Please speak with your surgeon. ...Read more
Which is better di vinci hysterectomy or regular after 2 c-section. Endometerosis in uterine and pelvic area?
I had a hysterectomy (still have 1 ovary and cervix) after a c-section 1 year ago. Recently after sex I have noticed a brownish discharge. What is th?
Period?: Brownish discharge is a small amount of old blood. So something bled a little and then comes out with intercourse. If this happens monthly, this could be a small period from a small amount of endomterium (lining of the uterus) left behind after your hysterectomy. If this happens randomly could be an infection or something with the cervix like a polyp or dysplasia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are the risks when your pregnant with uterin fibroids? Also what are the risks when having a c-section and a hysterectomy at the same time?
Increased/substantia: Pregnancies complicated by uterine fibroids are at increased risk for fetal loss, preterm birth, malpresentation in labor, cesarean section, postpartum hemorrhage and cesarean hysterectomy. The latter can prove to be life-threatening major surgery as the vessels feeding the term uterus are huge and multiple. Expert care with maternal-fetal medicine specialist and gynecologic oncologist required! ...Read more
My uterus is attached to my C-section incision, can it be fixed , i want another child i don't want to have to have a hysterectomy . Please help?
Scar: You can have the area repaired to remove the attachment from the abdominal wall. Your doctor can use measures to reduce the risk of the tissue reforming after the surgery so that the chance of attachment is less. ...Read more
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