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Weight Gain After Hysterectomy Metabolism
I undergone hysterectomy last year, is it true that it will slow down your metabolism whuch leads to weight gain?
Not true: Your uterus is not involved in your hormonal production, metabolism or weight control. ...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
Common: It's common after hysterectomy to notice some weight gain. Immediately after surgery there's weight gain from water retention. In the weeks after surgery there may be some gain because you're not as active as you were prior to surgery. Be sure to talk with your doctor about when safe to resume an exercise program. Best of luck! ...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
What could be causing unexplained weight gain? 40 y/o female, post hysterectomy 1 year. Left ovaries. Could age and hyst be culprit?
Are ovaries working?: Are your ovaries still making sufficient estrogen post surgery? A FSH test can help you make that determination especially if you are having 'hot flashes". If all is well with the former, then have your MD do a TSH to check your thyroid function as minimally active thyroid function(hypothyroidism) can cause weight gain. Everything normal? Diet and exercise Rx is then needed, it's not the surgery. ...Read more
Will I gain weight after a hysterectomy? I know there will be hormone issues after my hysterectomy. Does this mean I will gain weight? How can I prevent weight gain during recovery?
That : That is a good question. Women have different responses to the hormonal changes after hysterectomy. As always, any exercise program you can start once your doctor clears you will help. Some women can consistently walk a mile every day, some prefer to go to a gym. Find a nutritional program that is right for you. While in the hospital, you could ask for a nutritional consult to get advice. Ask your doctor whether you will need hormone replacement after surgery as this can affect weight gain and loss. Many women do not have weight gain after surgery but it is good that you are planning ahead for your health. ...Read more
10 weeks post hysterectomy. Kept ovaries, but having hot flashes, weight gain and headaches. Is this normal for recovery?
Probably normal: Recovery from surgery can include many symptoms, and different individuals have different symptoms. Weight gain is not at all unusual following hysterectomy. If your symptoms are very uncomfortable you should see your doctor. Otherwise, try to relax and allow your mind and body to recover. If the symptoms continue or get worse, you should be evaluated by a healthcare provider. ...Read more
Can a woman after having a full hysterectomy take other hormone medicine besides taking viovelli patches and how can I get rid of the weight gain.
What role does having a hysterectomy without hormone replacement play in weight gain? Can taking hormones help in losing weight?
I am overweight, tired alot, and irritable. I also had a complete hysterectomy and family who have Graves disease. How can I get lose weight/gain ener?
Start with med eval.: To lose weight ensure that calories burned > calories consumed. Drink at least 8 – 8 oz glasses of water per day. Try for 8 hours of sleep/night. Aim for at least 5 servings of vegetables & 4 servings of fruit per day. Use whole grain when possible. Avoid sodas, alcohol & junk carbohydrates. Get in a good mix of aerobic & weight lifting exercises. ...Read more
Does ssri cause weight gain because your appetite increases or because your metabolism changes? I stress eat. Could they help curb that?
Some lose weight as they stop eating and spend all their time trying to get opioid. And can't spell opioid.
If you don't exercise because of pain or just lying around all the time and eating that will cause weight gain.
Recommend you get app myfitnesspal and track everything you eat and drink and do and then you can see if you need to decrease calories and or increase intake. ...Read more
I want to know if sertraline (75-100 mg each day) can make my metabolism slow and have weight gain.
I want to know what name of antidepressants can cause less weight gain (due to slower metabolism).
Antidepressants & wt: In studies of SSRIs, these can be wt neutral, or, there may be a small amt of wt gain. (Not clearly d/t direct effects on metabolism.) in fact, some pt's gain wt on anti-depressants because during a bout of depression, they've lost their appetite, which they simply regain when treated. Wellbutrin (bupropion) is anti-depressant associated with modest wt loss. Talk with your doc to select the right med for you. ...Read more
Does Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine) truly increase metabolism? If I stop it, is it true I will have no control over weight gain since I'll go back to my "real" metabolism?
NO : Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine) and other stimulants can decrease appetite and so fewer calories are consumed which is why some people lose weight. There are some people who have minimal effect on appetite and do not lose any weight with the stimulants. If you do not increase the number of calories you consume or do not decrease your activity level there should not be much change in weight off the vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine). ...Read more
Will surgery for removal of hyperparathyroid correct metabolism, weight gain, poor memory, and thought processing?
Just started on zoloft, (sertraline) only 5mg liquid. I am small build, high metabolism. Will the Zoloft (sertraline) cause weight gain?
Zoloft (sertraline): Wt. Gain possible, but unlikely at this low dose. ...Read more
Always bloated despite eating clean, as well as weight gain. Usually have feeling of fullness. Some constipation and slow digestion and metabolism.
What causes weight gain using Zoloft? If you eat the same & exercise, why do people gain on it? What mechanism is involved? Does metabolism change?
Appetite increase: A number of psychiatric drugs, including most SSRIs (with the exception usually of fluoxetine or Prozac) cause an increase in appetite. I am not aware of evidence that they lower metabolic rate. Increasing physical activity and being more careful with eating, particularly craving-driven eating, generally helps. Drinking more water gives you a full sensation in your stomach; also carrots & celery ...Read more
Why does seroquel (quetiapine) XR cause weight gain? Does it increase hunger or slow down metabolism? Or both? Is it possible to lose weight while on seroquel (quetiapine) xr?
Seroquel (quetiapine) XR: I can't answer all of your questions (there are really too many questions balled into one). However, lets see what I can do. Weight gain is possible with all the atypical antipsychotic medications. However, seroquel (quetiapine) tends to a be a little more weight neutral than others. All of my patients who are newly placed on this class of medications are seen by a nutritionist. Studies show that a. ...Read more
Why do some ssris cause weight gain and others don't? Do they alter metabolism or calorie absorbtion different?
Hunger in head: Ssri's are a class of antidepressants which also trigger a hunger pathway in the brain. Some bariatricians are looking forward to using wellbutrin (bupropion) and Naltrexone for patients (after approved by fda. This new combination would directly reduce those same hunger hormones. ...Read more
Always bloated/full feeling despite eating clean, and weight gain. Some constipation and slow digestion/metabolism. My GI is out of ideas after tests.
Further eval needed: Consider seeing a holistic or integrative type doctor. Further study to evaluate your diet, intestinal microbes and metabolism will help. Studies to consider; comprehensive digestive stool analysis, organic acid test, TSH, free T3 (liothyronine) and free T4. Try eating "Paleo" (google it) and adding probiotics for the time being. ...Read more
I was wondering about ssris. Why do some cause weight gain and others don't? They both affect serotonin. Does it affect metabolism? Thyroid?
It depends : Different ssris have different chemical structures can affect not only the serotonin reuptake but other hormonal patterns including the thyroid function norepinephrine uptake Dopamine uptake or other hormones in the body. Hence, different ssris effect weight differently. Zoloft and Effexor (venlafaxine) are usually weight neutral and Paxil and prozac's cause some weight gain. ...Read more
How can I avoid or make less significant the weight gain and slow metabolism while on lithobid (lithium carbonate)?
What causes the weight gain associated with anti-depressant drugs: slowed metabolism, increased appetite, increased insulin resistance, other?
All of the above: It is possible the underlying condition resulting in the use of medication could be a problem. If 25-oh vit d 3 levels are normal, free T4 levels are normal, and cortisol is not high in the evening, eating 6 small equal meals, managing stress skillfully, and moving though the day with something as simple as pretend to jump roping for 60 minutes spread out in 1-2 minute intervals should help. ...Read more
Having anxiety reading posts on net about effects of gallbladder removal... Will it cause weight gain, change my metabolism, vitamin deficiencies, ibs?
None are common: Bloggers and posts indicate the unusual experience of someone who is not satisfied. Stick with the larger, medically reviewed websites if you are going to seek wisdom from the internet. ...Read more
Acne ever since puberty start on face, chin, forehead, back, now on other areas ; low metabolism/weight gain; oily skin ; dandruff ; help?!? Thank u!!
I am 56 years old and had a partial hysterectomy 6 years ago and am gaining weight now and suffering menopause symptoms.
I had a hysterectomy and I'm currently taking estradiol. I gained an extremely amount of weight. What can I do to lose weight. Is the estradiol the ca?
Some people develop a stronger appetite when they take hormones.
Also, there are other hormones such as thyroid, testosterone and Progesterone that if out of balance can make wt loss difficult.
Nutrition however is number one. Check hormone balance, stop Phentermine as it doesn't work once you stop it. Plus when you skip meals because of the phentermine, you lose muscle more than body fat. ...Read more
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