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Also if a partial hysterctomy is recommended in a few years because of tumors called fibrous something. Could nausea and vomiting result from that?
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In brief: No
Hysterectomy does not cause nausea and vomiting, other than perhaps for a short period after anesthesia in some patients.
The fibroids themselves can cause constipation and may contribute to nausea if they are very large.

In brief: No
Hysterectomy does not cause nausea and vomiting, other than perhaps for a short period after anesthesia in some patients.
The fibroids themselves can cause constipation and may contribute to nausea if they are very large.
Dr. Nicholas Fogelson
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Dr. Walter Kobasa
If this persist get it elvaluated. Sometime after hysterctomy adhesions could develop causing bowel symptoms like nausea and vomited. Most be do not develop adhesion bu if the symptoms do not resole, get evaluated
Dr. Renee Harris
Obstetrics & Gynecology
In brief: No
Fibrous tumors of the uterus do not cause nausea and vomiting.
The can cause pelvic preside and pain. Sometimes if they are very large, they can block the ureters ( the tubes that drain the kidneys) or compress the colon causing constipation and gas pain. Theoretically, a blocked ureters can cause a lot of pain with nausea, but that is a very rare presentation.

In brief: No
Fibrous tumors of the uterus do not cause nausea and vomiting.
The can cause pelvic preside and pain. Sometimes if they are very large, they can block the ureters ( the tubes that drain the kidneys) or compress the colon causing constipation and gas pain. Theoretically, a blocked ureters can cause a lot of pain with nausea, but that is a very rare presentation.
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