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Where does sperm go during sex after hysterectomy?

Where does sperm go during sex after hysterectomy?

In vagina or leaks: Not much different to before hysterectomy, except cervix is missing ; thus no sperm go further than upper end of vagina. Sperm/semen then leaks or is washed out. ...Read more

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This sperm is a reproductive cell from the male that either carries a x or an y chromosome that will fertilize the egg cell from the female in order ...Read more


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What will happen to sperm after it's ejaculated into a woman who's had a full hysterectomy?

What will happen to sperm after it's ejaculated into a woman who's had a full hysterectomy?

Not very much: Since sperm cannot get inside the uterus or move into the fallopian tubes, it remains in the vagina, where it will be excreted from the body, along with vaginal secretions. ...Read more

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What will happen to sperm after they're ejaculated into a woman who's had a full hysterectomy?

What will happen to sperm after they're ejaculated into a woman who's had a full hysterectomy?

Spill out and die: After a full hysterectomy, the vagina ends in a blind sac. Therefore the sperm will collect in the vagina, die and eventually spill out of the vagina. ...Read more

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I had hysterectomy 20 years ago. I have white eggs discharge since then. Like sperm odor, no itching or burning. Is that normal?

I had hysterectomy 20 years ago. I have white eggs discharge since then. Like sperm odor, no itching or burning. Is that normal?

Sexually active: Well possible if you are sexually active. Could have the ejaculate. So just very good hygiene. If persists see your doctor for an exam ...Read more

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When will the boating go away after a hysterectomy?

When will the boating go away after a hysterectomy?

Can take months: Sometimes it can take a long time for the bloating to go away after a hysterectomy. Even longer than the usual 'healing' process of the surgery itself. The pain medications after the surgery can slow down intestinal function and cause bloating and constipation. Be patient and rest assured that the bloating will resolve after some time. ...Read more

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How long does it take for hysterectomy bloating to go away?

How long does it take for hysterectomy bloating to go away?

Up to 6 wks: Bloating is common after abdominal surgery as there is bowel irritation and swelling of the tissues. Most patients can fit back into there jeans at 5 - 6 weeks after a hysterectomy. It should get progressively less the further you get post-op. ...Read more

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With a partial hysterectomy how can I know when I go into menopause?

With a partial hysterectomy how can I know when I go into menopause?

Hot flashes: You mean by "partial" that you still have your ovaries, which will keep working until menopause. You may experience hot flashes or sweating--when everybody else is comfortable, or vaginal dryness. You may experience nothing! There is blood work, but that is more academic--your symptoms will be the main clue--and if you have do symptoms then just go with the flow. ...Read more

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I'm bleeding 6 years post hysterectomy, should I go to emergency room?

I'm bleeding 6 years post hysterectomy, should I go to emergency room?

Yes to ER: Yes. You should not be bleeding vaginally years after a hysterectomy. If it is not emergent, they will not admit you, and you will follow up with your doctor in the office. ...Read more

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Will I still go through menopause even after having a partial hysterectomy?

Will I still go through menopause even after having a partial hysterectomy?

Yes, eventually: A partial hysterectomy removes the uterus, but leaves the woman's ovaries intact. Since the ovaries still make estrogen, the woman will still experience monthly hormonal changes, but no visible menstrual periods. Eventually, at a later time, when the ovaries stop working, then this is considered menopause. Symptoms would include mood changes, sleep disturbance, hot flashes, night sweats, fatigue.. ...Read more

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Left side pain after 2years of partial hysterectomy and CS. Mostly after going to the toilet?

Left side pain after 2years of partial hysterectomy and CS. Mostly after going to the toilet?

See your GYN MD: You need to be evaluated by your GYN MD as adhesions of the bowel can cause pain as well as other intestinal or muscle issue. Your MD can differentiate the cause (s) via exam and testing if needed. ...Read more

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Should my pelvin pain go away since I had hysterectomy a week ago and will it make my bladder weaker?

You are in the immed: Immediate post op period so all? S of this nature need to be asked to your surgeon as you surgeon knows you, how the surgery went what you pain tolerance is etc, because if your surgeon thinks you are having too much pain you need your surgeon to evaluate u to r/ o any post op complications which u may or may not, so call your surgeon now. ...Read more

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I'm going to have a hysterectomy and would like to know more about having this done using robotic surgery method. 

Revolutionary option: Robotic hysterectomy using the da vinci surgical system allows the surgeon to perform complex surgery using minimally invasive techniques. We can do hysterectomies this way without making a large incision. The benefits to the patient are less pain, less blood loss and a faster recovery. Wfaa news:
http://macobgyn. Com/drpl/? Q=node/97. ...Read more

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My mom is having a full hysterectomy (davinci) & lives alone. I'm going to need to take time off of work. Generally how long will I need to plan for?

Several days...: At least. Depending on her age and condition, a week may be required. Her surgeon will have suggestions based on her overall condition and the anticipated time required for him/her to complete the procedure. At some point more limited help will probably suffice. ...Read more

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Why does it take so long to recover from a complete hysterectomy? I go out and do errands then crash cause I get tired and wore out can u tell me why

Post-op fatigue: One of the common reasons for people to feel fatigued after surgery is due to anemia. Depending on how much blood was lost during the surgery, you can have symptoms of anemia for several weeks before your bone marrow replenishes what you've lost. Other causes of fatigue could be related to meds, anesthesia, or more serious issues like blood clots. See your primary care doc for eval. ...Read more

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I had a full hysterectomy 3 years ago I've had fantom pains they come and go the last 3 months have been hell. My pain is my where my ovaries used b?

I had a full hysterectomy 3 years ago I've had fantom pains they come and go the last 3 months have been hell. My pain is my where my ovaries used b?

There are: Other reasons that you could have pain, so I would recommend having a pelvic exam to help determine whether this is gynecologic or some other cause. ...Read more

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I've had complete hysterectomy and have stopped taking my estergen. Is there any risk for going into menapsuse at 29 any other risk for not taking it?

LOTS of risk: I assume by "complete hysterectomy" you mean your ovaries were removed? This is what most people mean but it is really not correct. If your ovaries were removed, you are "surgically menopausal" and are at risk for lots of problems. Some require estrogen but some can be treated without estrogen. Bone density, vaginal dryness and painful intercourse are included. See your doctor to discuss. ...Read more

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Can I get a hysterectomy at age 19 to stop heavy abnormal bleeding that goes through overnight pads and super plus tamp. & to be able to join the navy?

Can I get a hysterectomy at age 19 to stop heavy abnormal bleeding that goes through overnight pads and super plus tamp. & to be able to join the navy?

Uncertain: "Current or history of abnormal uterine bleeding (626.2), including, but not limited to menorrhagia, metrorrhagia, or polymenorrhea, is disqualifying." See: http://usmilitary. About. Com/od/joiningthemilitary/a/genitalia. Htm ** Didn't see hysterectomy as a specific disqualification. ...Read more

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I have 5 months a go a full hysterectomy and feel pain in my breast?

I have 5 months a go a full hysterectomy and feel pain in my breast?

Breast pain: Breast pain may represent a hormonal change in your body. I do not know what was removed with your surgery. Follow up with your gynecologist. Have a breast physical exam, and mammogram if age appropriate. Most breast pain is from benign conditions, but I do not know your age or family risks. ...Read more

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I'm not sure, but should my wife go thru with a radical hysterectomy?

Talk to your doc: Follow the advice of her gynecologic oncologist. Their job is to save people from cancer. ...Read more

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When can I go swimming after having a hysterectomy?

Depends: That would be a good question for your doctor. It is not unsafe to get a surgical incision wet and swimming pools are chlorinated so infection risk is very low. Sanitation for the woman who is bleeding a bit after surgery may dictate some delay before swimming. ...Read more

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I had a laprascopic hysterectomy a week ago so how long before I go travelling by car?

I had a laprascopic hysterectomy a week ago so how long before I go travelling by car?

Restrictions: Now. Don't go too far; you feel ok but tire easily in the post- op period. ...Read more

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Hysterectomy (Definition)

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