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Pregnancy After Partial Hysterectomy
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Yes: While this would be extremely rare, as long as the ovaries remain, pregnancy is possible.
I know this might be a weird question but I had a partial hysterectomy done and am now having serious pregnancy symptoms what could this be?
Ovaries: Ovaries are the sources of hormones of pregnancy and menstrual cycle. When a uterus is removed, many of the symptoms of a period are gone, but not all. The ovaries are still going to cause bloating, tender breasts and even a phantom cramping sensation. Pregnancy can never be ruled out so if you are worried take a test. Likely neg.
No: In theory, the answer is a very, very rare yes. There are case reports of it happening. In reality, the answer is no. Realize the hundreds of thousands of hysts done but only a couple case reports of ectopic pregnancy after. If worried, take a preg test. If neg, you are not pregnant.See 1 more doctor answer
Had a partial hysterectomy done in 2008. My urine test friday showed positive for pregnancy but the blood test was negative. What could it be?
Possible tumor: There are several things that can cause an elevation in hcg, the most common test used to document pregnancy. However, this is also elevated in some tumors. I am sure your ob/gyn will be obtaining additional studies and do addition imaging evaluation to find out why.See 1 more doctor answer
I have had a partial hysterectomy and only have my right ovary. I am having symptoms of pregnancy. Is it possible I'm pregnant or is it just hormones?
Not pregnant: See your doctor. Without a uterus you're not pregnant.
I had a partial hysterectomy and scar tissue from a tubal pregnancy plus my appendix removed in October of 2014. I know have 3 cysts on my left ovary exceeding the size of a baseball. I go back to doctor Monday to discuss this. But do you think I'll have
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Depends: If the surgery was within the last 3 to 4 weeks, you could still be having pain from the surgery. Your pain should be getting better with time. If it is getting worse you should see your doctor.See 1 more doctor answer
After hysterectomy: If you had a supracervical hysterectomy it is not unusual to have mild light periods, depending on how much endometrial tissue is left behind. If your uterus and cervix were both removed, than any bleeding needs to be immediately investigated. Please contact your surgeon's office to set up an appointment.
Depends: If you have had vaginal deliveries, your risk is already elevated for having vaginal prolapse symptoms. A hysterectomy could potentially increase your risk unless the surgeon is very careful to re-support the vagina to the utero-sacral ligaments. If you already have some degree of prolapse it can be repaired at the time of your hysterectomy.See 1 more doctor answer
Depends: If you by partial hysterectomy you mean your ovaries were left in, you can still get ovarian cysts.
Depends: Upon how much ; which part of uterus is removed. Best to consult your gyn surgeon.
Possibly: Partial hysterectomy, or supracervical hysterectomy, refers to the removal of the uterus but leaving the cervix. Because the cervix can have some endometrial tissue which produces the tissue that is shed as a period, you could have light bleeding when you would normally have a period. It is usually so light a panty liner is more than enough.
Mood swings: Yes. After a partial hysterectomy, it is not uncommon to have hormonal shifts that can lead to mood swings. These will resolve. If the mood swings become concerning or do not resolve, call your doctor. Nonetheless, discuss your mood experiences with your doctor at your next appointment.See 1 more doctor answer
Takes time: The vagina is made of delicate tissue. It takes 6 weeks to heal.See 2 more doctor answers
Not if tubaligation: Was done properly.Get a more detailed answer ›
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