Do women menstruate after a partial hysterectomy?

No. Once the uterus containing the endometrium in total is removed, no. However, in supra cervical hysterectomies whereby the uterus is "chopped off" from the cervix, there are cases where some of the uterus containing endometrium is left behind and cyclic menstrual bleeding still occurs. In that instance, the surgeon will get a Pathology report stating that fact, and will retrieve the cervix et al.

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What if a women had a partial hysterectomy and tubes tide and feels nauseous around 5 or 6 at night preg test negative just wondering what's wrong?

Partial hyst.? I am not sure what you mean by partial hysterectomy? If the uterus was removed with the cervix, then there is no chance to be pregnant. If the cervix was left, ectopic pregnancy is possible through sperm escaping into the pelvic cavity and entering a failed tubal ligation. This is highly unlikely but can occur with residual cervical stump + residual uterine tissue. Read more...
Not pregnant. If you had your uterus removed (hysterectomy) you can't get pregnant. If you just had your tubes tied, then you could get pregnant, though unlikely. With the pregnancy test being negative, you are not pregnant. You may need to see your PCP to see why you are having the nausea. Read more...

What are a few reasons why a woman who has had a partial hysterectomy seven years ago would have bright red bleeding after intercourse?

Please call your gyn. But some are vaginal cut , tear , abrasion, vagina cancer, atrophic vaginitis your gyn need to do an exam. Read more...
Depends. The cervix could be the problem. A partial hysterectomy would leave the cervix. There would be risk for cervical dysplasia or cancer. A vaginal infection or vaginal cancer could cause bleeding. Granulation tissue on the hysterectomy scar can often result in bleeding. See your doctor. Read more...