Is there is correlation between a total hysterectomy with no hormone therapy and joint aches?

No. There is not a correlation between joint pain and hysterectomy. Joint pain should be evaluated though by a primary care provider.
Yes. Joint aches are a common symptom of lack of estrogen. This can happen when the ovaries are removed surgically (surgical menopause) or with a natural menopause. It may also occur with medicines that cause estrogen deprivation, like aromatase inhibitors. Symptoms of joint pains generally improve as the other symptoms of menopause improve.

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My hysterectomy biopsy reports mixed phase glands highly suggestive of exogenous hormone therapy. What does this mean?

Description. the glands inside the lining of the uterus reflect exposure to estrogen or progesterone and depends on the hormones that have the higher influence, determine the type of glands. for women that are overweight they may have excessive estrogen exposure (ur fat cells make more estrogen), it may show that effect. Its not concerning. bet wishes dr M. Read more...

Why am I in menopause 5 years after my hysterectomy? I took hormone therapy for 2 years

Low hormones. Your body needs hormones daily! taking them for 2 years was great for 2 years if that's how long you wanted to feel well. Now you need to go to a4m.Com website and use the physician locator to find a local functional medicine doc to help you evaluate your hormone levels and then get you started using safe bio-identical hormones rather than prescription synthetic ones so you'll feel well to 99 yrs. Read more...
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I had a total hysterectomy a few years ago. I'm not on hormones b/c they made my menopause symptoms worse. But I'm suffering with extremely sore breast?

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