Should I take hormone replacement wven I still have 1 ovary left?

Not if it is working. You should not need to consider whether to go on hormone replacement if you have at least one functioning ovary. If due to surgery, chemotherapy or other reasons that ovary is not functioning, you should have a discussion about the pros and cons of hrt with your doctor.

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What is a good hormone replacement after a hysterectomy when the ovaries are left?

None. If the ovaries are left behind, no hormone replacement is necessary as they are still producing estrogen. After moenopause, only estrogen will be needed if desired to treat symptoms. Read more...

What is a good hormone replacement after an hysterectomy with the ovaries left in?

No need. If the ovaries have been left behind after a hysterectomy in a woman before menopause, there is no need to replace hormones, because the ovaries will still provide all hormones. Because of the surgery a woman may experience hotflashes for up to 8 weeks, after which things are usually back to normal. Read more...

I had a hysterectomy 7 years ago. I am 42 years old. I am having night sweats and trouble sleeping. Do I need hormone replacement? I have one ovary.

Possibly. Go and see an ob/gyn doctor. Without a full history and physical exam and possible some lab tests, trying to make a diagnosis would only be guessing. Please go and get better soon. Read more...

Yesterday I had an ovary and fallopian tube removed should I worry about hormone replacement? Can I take a shower? I am 37 yrs

HRT unlikely needed. No need for hormone replacement (hrt) if one has at least one ovary and is not menopausal. Presence or absence of fallopian tubes are not a factor for determining hormone replacement. As for post-op instructions including showering, best to ask advice of surgeon who performed surgery. Read more...

Without hormone replacement therapy, can women whose ovaries and uterus were removed still orgasm?

Vagina. An orgasm is a physiologic response to effectively applied stimulation. It does not really involve the ovaries or uterus. Read more...
Ovaries. It may decrease your drive for sex because ovaries produce testosteron, the hormone involved in sexual drive. But if you are already able to have orgasm, you should maintain this ability. Read more...
Yes. If hormones are optimized throughout the body & vaginal estrogen is used, this should not be a problem. I have, however, had women whose orgasmic trigger was stimulation of the cervix & have trouble after hysterectomy. I usually ask this question, & leave the cervix during hysterectomy if this is an important part of a woman's orgasmic response. Read more...