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Here are a few reasons you may need a hysterectomy. You have invasive cancer of the uterus, cervix, vagina, fallopian tubes and/or ovaries. Hysterectomy is often necessary and lifesaving when you’re diagnosed with invasive cancer. The procedure may involve removing the ovaries and fallopian tubes, as well as the uterus.

You have the BRCA gene. Uterine fibroids that cause pain, bleeding, or other problems Uterine prolapse, which is a sliding of the uterus from its normal position into the vaginal canal Cancer of the uterus, cervix, or ovaries Endometriosis Abnormal vaginal bleeding Chronic pelvic pain Adenomyosis, or a. For large fibroids, your doctor may suggest a hysterectomy as a way to relieve the symptoms, especially if they are causing a lot of bleeding. A myomectomy can remove fibroids from the womb and is a good option if you still want to have children. But not all fibroids can be treated through this procedure.

A hysterectomy is not a reasonable choice for permanent birth control. It is a major surgery and as such hysterectomy complications and side effects can occur which can negatively impact your life forever. Rather than remove your uterus to prevent a pregnancy, there are multiple, less invasive birth control options which you can consider. 2. Hysterectomy a surgical procedure where the uterus is removed, ending menstruation and the ability to become pregnant.

Reasons for this surgery include abnormal bleeding, uterine prolapse and cancer. Recovery usually takes four to six weeks, slowly increasing activity each day. Appointments 216.444.6601. The most common reason why hysterectomies are done is because of fibroids in the uterus. Fibroids are common, benign tumors that grow in the muscles of the uterus.

Many women may not even know they. Dating back more than 4,000 years, hysterectomy was used as a treatment for women with “hysteria” — a broad diagnosis that covered symptoms like anxiety and depression. Now hysterectomy is one of.

A woman may have a hysterectomy for different reasons, including: �Uterine fibroids that cause pain, bleeding, or other problems �Uterine prolapse, which is a sliding of the uterus from its normal. If you have actually currently had youngsters or do not wish to have children, it may make good sense to have a hysterectomy for a less serious condition if other approaches have actually failed – if, say, you’ve suffered years of fibroid pain and excessive bleeding that don’t respond to drugs or other treatments. Every woman having a hysterectomy needs to know that there is a lot she can do to prevent osteoporosis.

Unfortunately, many women are not aware of how important screening for osteoporosis is after a hysterectomy. If your ovaries were removed during your hysterectomy then you can expect to prematurely go into menopause if your age Read More.

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The reasons for performing a hysterectomy include severe dysfunctional bleeding and dysmenorrhoea, symptomatic fibroids, endometriosis, prolapse of the uterus and gynaecological cancer.

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Surgery, in particular hysterectomy, is associated with varying amounts of pain from problems such as nerve damage, scar formation, or hematoma formation with infection, which can cause backache and pelvic pain.

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The most common factors limiting the use of vaginal hysterectomy have been a lack of uterine prolapse, nulliparity, history of pelvic surgery, enlarged uterine size, obesity and the need for prophylactic oophorectomy.

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Endometriosis, heavy menstrual bleeding, and chronic pelvic pain are other common reasons for hysterectomy (Pruthi, 2010).

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Public concern has been raised about the appropriateness of hysterectomy for the treatment of benign conditions such as uterine fibroids and menorrhagia.

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■ 1 You may need to perform a hysterectomy –for example, as part of a larger surgical procedure such as the removal of a rectal cancer, because of fibroids or other benign uterine disease causing severe menorrhagia, or for ovarian carcinoma that had not been diagnosed preoperatively.

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SPONTANEOUS HEALING Rebecca consulted three gynecologists after experiencing chronic pain and bleeding from endometriosis as well as a benign ovarian tumor.

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Such happy outcomes were less likely for the women who had nonsurgical treatments (such as hormonal therapy or antiinflammatory drugs) for the same symptoms, a quarter of whom ended up opting for hysterectomy within a year of the study because their symptoms continued to plague them.

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Hysterectomy or oophorectomy due to cancer, other diseases, or treatments related to cancer/disease treatment such as radiation or chemotherapy may reduce fertility or cause permanent sterility.

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Although ovarian factors are most highly associated with decreased fecundity in the AMA group, these women are also more likely to have tubal disease due to either endometriosis or a history of pelvic infections, and are more likely to have fibroids or polyps, which may distort the uterine cavity.

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  • I had laparoscopic hysterectomy surgery a week ago. My uterus, cervix and fallopian tubes were removed. I still have my ovaries. The surgery went well and my pain was minimal. Thank you for sharing your video, I am so thankful that I had the surgery.

  • I’ve just recently elected to have a hysterectomy as well due to fibroids. I can’t take this anymore, I’m so desperate for relief. I am a mom of three and do not want to have any more children. I’m on iron infusions now because this has caused my anemia to get really really bad. Dr said we need to bring up my levels before we can do surgery. I can’t do this, I’m an eyelash stylist and it’s seriously been affecting my job. Thank you for sharing your story, it felt like you were sharing mine

  • Dear Tamika,
    I came across your video because I was looking for answers about Hysterectomy decisions. I’m thankful that you were open and honest. I have so many medical complications already. But, have been on FMLA for cycles, extremely heavy flow, back spasms and everything. I have a consult today of getting a hysterectomy and my soul is shaken because I’m 37, with just godkids. So, I’m struggling mentally, but physically the pain is unbearable each month to wear I’m on Narcotics and Valium. So, watching your video, helped me to not feel so ashamed or torn about my decision.

  • I had a radical hysterectomy due to cancer. The surgery has weakened my immune system. Made me really ill. I’m freezing cold. Weak. Before the surgery I was strong. I’ve months of hassles now. Biggest mistake of my life.

  • Ive never cried about fibroid symptoms until watching your video. Currently experiencing the same decreased quality of life with the bleeding. Having an ultrasound tommrow to see what’s going on in there. Tried BCPs, had a myoectomy 7 yrs ago which helped about 35% and only lasted about 3 yrs until they grew back. Now my Dr describes my uterous as being size 20 wk pregs. Just stopped 30 day period. I’m done with this U

  • I had an abdominal hysterectomy 4/23 and stayed in the hospital for 3 days. The doctor removed my uterus, cervix, and Fallopian tubes. I kept both ovaries and have no hormonal or menopause side effects. Thankfully I had no complications besides the normal soreness and a bit of an issue getting in and out of bed for the first 10 days. I recently had my 2 wk check up and I’m feeling amazing! No more pain, periods, bloating and overall discomfort. I had several large uterine fibroids which was the reason for my surgery.

  • Omg I know what you mean about the pads and work and changing. I’m contemplating having a hysterectomy watching this video helped me a lot. Thank you for sharing. I’m glad it’s helped you and your lifestyle. Praise God. ��

  • I am a post menopausal women age 58 with a fibroid that has grown. I recently had vaginal bleeding that lasted two days. I had an ultrasound and uterine biopsy. I have been told I need a hysterectomy. Does this sound like a procedure I need?

  • Im getting mine done in 4 weeks and I love to hear you are happy OMG you rock!! I hope I come out saying the same!! I will have the same kind you did. I will get to the link and see your story. Thanks for all of this info. I feel better about it

  • I see these “risks” as only risks, not an guarantee. This video will serve as information and a tap on the shoulder to do what I can to guard against these things. That’s about all we can do ladies. We had to choose from the choices we were handed. Now we can arm against this the best we can. Good luck sisters

  • Is it normal to be spotting blood five years after a hysterectomy? I have started having spotting blood for a couple of days and am a little scared to even go get checked out. My sister passed away from cervical cancer four years ago.

  • Thank you so much for your video. I’ve prolonged this surgery for some time now, mostly to see if I went into menopause and wait to see if fibroids would shrink due to estrogen levels dropping. I’m 53 and no menopause yet. I just can’t wait any more. I’ve got a 20 week pregnancy size uterus packed with fibroids, which 3 are pretty good size. I’ve gained weight, but I seriously look pregnant and wonder if some of that is the large uterus. I’m very symptomatic.. Cycles aren’t long, but at least 2-3 days of constant bleeding and have low iron. I’m constantly in the bathroom day and night having to go. My bladder is prolapsed, as well as my large uterus, so I’m getting monthly bladder infections as well. At times I have a bad back ache, swelling of my feet and legs, as well as regular cramping in my legs. The only other procedure I was a candiate for was UAE, but because they cannot predict what results you will get and that the fibroids can grow back, I decided to pass on that. Plus, I’m not wanting to be on antibiotics every month for infections anymore. All of this has greatly affected my quality of life. Just having the constant urge to go to the bathroom keeps me from going places and doing things. It has affected my work as well.. This last cycle was just awful and I told myself I’m done. So I’m waiting for the call as to when my surgery will be. My Dr. will be taking just my uterus and leaving cervix and ovaries. But I’m just terrified of something happening and I feel worse after the surgery. I’ve read and watched a lot of stories and videos of how people said what a horrible experience they had and now they have more things they are dealing with. This terrifies me. But I know God says not to live in fear. Yet, there are many that I have seen that say it was the best decision they made and wished they would of made it sooner. Just wondering if you could comment, and if you felt and experienced these symptoms that I have now before your surgery. Thanks so much.. God Bless

  • I love this video! You share your personal experience while allowing others to make their choice. You could insert my name in your whole experience. Heavy periods, pain, bleeding through your clothes, the sheets, etc. I am a teacher, I stand on my feel ALL DAY and go up and down the stairs too. I have delayed the procedure for so long, but I am having it within the next month and CAN’T WAIT. It was refreshing to see your emotions because I have been so emotional but feel like people don’t understand the emotional stress of this! God richly BLESS YOU!

  • Thank you for this informative video! I had a hysterectomy similar to yours in April 2019 (just one ovary left) but did not have the recommendation of pelvic floor exercises. Would I still get the benefit of the exercises if I began doing them now, over a year later?

  • Symptoms of vaginal prolapse after a hysterectomy include the feeling of vaginal fullness or pressure, like you’re sitting on a small ball, and the sensation that something has fallen out of your vagina. In more serious cases of vaginal prolapse, the top of the vagina may sag and bulge outside of the vaginal opening.

  • Thank you so much for sharing this. I’m trying to get up nerve to call my doctor this morning and schedule. I know there are other options but this my best option. Thanks

  • Thank you so much Tamika! I appreciate you being transparent! I was actually following your Cruise videos and stumbled up on this one and I’m glad I did! Im 50 years old, married and we have 4 children. I have been having heavy periods since I started having periods at 9 years old. So, for 41 years, my periods have always lasted for 6 days. So, I guess I’d kinda gotten used to that. And like you, in the last 10 years or so my 2nd and 3rd days are like red rivers flowing. And it is exhausting, frustrating and embarrassing at times. I was having to cover my bed with towels and plastic to protect the sheets. I’m a Mail Lady and having periods in the summer and having to stop, find a clean restroom to clean myself up, freshen up, change pads (and I was having to wear a pad and a tampon at the same time) was sooooo frustrating. But, it wasn’t until a few years ago, sex was becoming painful and cramping during my periods had become a REAL issue. Earlier this summer, I found out I had fibroids and scar tissue ( from c-sections during my last 2 children) that was causing the pain during sex. When my Dr suggested all of my options and mentioned a hysterectomy it was like a lightbulb went off. I HAD NEVER even thought of or considered it. But HONEY, I got excited instantly! I am 3 days post hysterectomy and I’m so excited to know that I won’t have to deal with periods EVER AGAIN. Enough is enough! Your videos are helpful and I’m so happy for you and glad things are better for you now. I’m sure other women who happen to stumble across your video will appreciate your honesty and transparency just as I have.

  • Our stories are exactly the same…I’m having my surgery tomorrow DaVinci method…I hope my end result is the same.I cried w you I felt your agony….

  • Perhaps if any of the several doctors I’ve seen in the past 13 years about my chronic pain and extreme bleeding had taken me more seriously, I may not be needing a hysterectomy now. My symptoms are so bad I always have to be rushed to the emergency room for blood transfusions and pain medication, hypovolemia, profound anemia, hypokalemia (all the emias), anti nausea meds for the violent vomitting on the first three days after desperately trying unsucessfully to even keep enough water down just to take some advil, but can’t because any little movement in my gut causes excrutiating pain and makes me throw up. So terrified to eat during my period that I stop eating two days before it starts so that I can be empty just to reduce the extreme pain and vomitting…every single month. Somehow, all the doctors in the past couldn’t see that i was suffering from a severe case of endometriosis. Only recently after moving closer to the mayo clinic area has anyone been able to diagnose it, and she was able to diagnose it JUST from reading my CT scan results. Maybe the doctors in the past were actually trying to kill me slowly and painfully, because that’s what it’s felt like for all these years. I literally couldn’t live. My job is afraid to hire me full time because I call out sick so much, so I’m stuck with crappy part time wages until I’m able to put an end to this disease once and for all. I can’t WAIT to get rid of this thing in my body trying to kill me. I don’t care if I’m too young, any complication afterward is worth the risk….it IS a complication as it is now. A MASSIVE one. Some annoying inconveniences IF any, will be dealt with as they come. I just want to live a real life not trapped and stuck and dependent on other people to take care of me because I can’t. I’ve wasted my entire 20s being trapped and stuck because of this.

  • Thanks for your honesty about bowel movements, you are right no one talks about it! Thank you for sharing, it helped me to realise I wasn’t the only one!

  • So happy for u!! I can’t wait to feel better. Needing a hysterectomy myself due to bleeding so much during periods causing me to have years of pain, and iron problems. I also have fybroids.

  • Finding this video was a God send for me. I was scared but not after watching this. Thank you for giving me peace of mind. Your story and symptoms parallel my situation exactly. I am lucky enough to have a child and not planning on any more. ����

  • I know this was soooo long ago but I am clapping for you right now. Your story is so much like mine except I was going through hormonal issues and had much longer periods (8 months long at one point). I’ve had my children and just couldn’t take it anymore. This video embodies what it is like to take your life back and your body back. Thank you for sharing, it is so important for other women like you and I to see this. I am 2 months out and feel like a completely new woman. My recovery was like yours where I had pain maybe 2-3 days. I took it easy for a few weeks after that. I feel so much more joy not dealing with the pain and fatigue and bleeding. All 3 videos ive found that you did on the subject were the moat comprehensive and relatable ive seen

  • I cancelled my hysterectomy after reading about these common procedures & myths of a “Happy” Hysterectomy. Even with the fibroids, polyps, and heavy bleeding, I’m glad I was able to research.
    https://www.hormonesmatter.com/hysterectomy-womens-healthcare-con/

    http://www.hormonesmatter.com/post-hysterectomy-skeletal-anatomical-changes/

    http://theequalizerfcw.blogspot.com/2010/10/websites-exploit-women-worried-about.html?m=1

    http://www.hersfoundation.com/

    https://www.empowher.com/community/share/hystersisters-responds-fda-communication-limiting-hysterectomy-choices

  • Hi I have the same problems u had. I have my surgery in the morning! Enlarged uterus and full of fibroids. Heavy periods all the time. I dont think ppl understand what type of heavy we mean. I mess up everything. My life has changed. I have to quit my job. I’m miserable.org!! Pain is on 100000000 thank you for your story

  • Hi Renee,
    I am 25 years old, but I have been suffering heavy abnormal bleeding and severe abdominal pain, also in my back and around my pelvis area, since I was about 11 years of age and has gradually gotten worse as I’ve gotten older. Even when I am not bleeding I get the severe pain.
    I am exhausted all the time and struggle to get motivated to keep up my fitness routines which makes me feel worse.
    It has a significant impact on how I live my life and what jobs I do. It effects my mental wellbeing as I struggle with depression and frustration.
    I have wanted a hysterectomy for years and years as I do not want children, I have never felt the need to want them so I am not concerned about not being able to conceive.
    I just wanted to know if I would be wasting my time going to NHS because I’m so young or should I just go private?
    I don’t want to live the prime of my life in agonising pain.
    Alice, Scotland

  • I can’t thank you enough for this video. The sanitary issues, no one talks about how degrading that is. I work with ALL men. And I wear a uniform. I can’t tell you how many times I have been in bathroom washing out my clothes upset and crying about blood on myself.
    On top of all that painful intercourse puts so much stress on a marriage.
    My surgery is a couple weeks and I am really starting to panic. This brought me alot of peace. Thank you. ��

  • I had a total abdominal hysterectomy a year and one month ago. I have pain off and on, but its crazy. I need advice on what to do.

  • So glad i found this. You are beautiful and I’m thankful that you shared. I’m 38 and had a Mirena IUD implanted 14 months ago, per my GYN as a last resort from hysterectomy. �� I had taken meloxicam and something else prior, and it didn’t work. The Mirena worked the first 10 months, but it slowly started getting heavier and heavier and more painful, and now I’m getting back to the dripping blood. �� I feel like a failure bc everything ive tried has failed. I know I’m almost 40, but I still have that thought in the back of my head of “id love to have 1 more child”, but at this point, my constant “spotting” in various shades of red, brown….and the pain….my sex life in nonexistent anyway. I try to look at the positives….i used to literally be sitting and would “flood” my clothes. �� like you, I slept on towels. I passed massive clots, was anemic etc. I don’t have those issues now….but mirena has not helped me the way it says it will. Hysterectomy is my next option and I’m considering it. I’m tired of being so I uncomfortable, having no sex life or painful sex, and never knowing when I’ll need a pad. Thank you for sharing your story. I hope youve continued to feel great and are doing well.

  • I am scared of pain and i have a physical job (cleaning woman) i am afraid of loosing my job, money because not suppose to lift anything. Cleaning big houses of rich people.. i also have heavy bleeding but not as much as you but i have a precancer. Dont know really much what that means but i cant keep my uterus anymore

  • I didn’t have any Choice but to get this surgery done. My doctor put me on birth control to stop the heavy bleeding and shrink my thyroids but more thyroids kept popping up on my uterus so the doctor ask me what I want to do so I said fuck it I’ll take the hysterectomy. In the past I had many miscarriages and heavy bleeding so I shouldn’t have anything to worry about but my health now

  • I am going to make a after adomal ‘Hysterectomy Video as well,… after I have it, Heal from it, And Get some. wish I could fastFord to the Sex, so I can tell everybody how it was,.. ready for that’Part {FastFord}��

  • Hi.. I’m 44 years old and just had a hysterectomy 10/5/17!!! I was diagnosed with chronic bleeding and just like you.. my periods lasted longer and longer until finally May 2017..my period didn’t end. I’ve had three blood transfusions this year and I had a transfusion approx 10 yrs ago when I nearly passed out due to being severely anemic!! I found out I had fibroid tumors..which I never knew. I was able to conceive though!!! God blessed us with our son after 8 years of failed pregnancies. So the surgery took 6 hours and my doctor said I had 8 fibroids..yes 8!!! I’m now 6 weeks post op and feel the best I’ve ever felt!!! God is good!!!

  • Thank you for sharing your story I am only 40 and this is one of the options that I have to choose from im a little scared but I know this may be the best option for me ����

  • I have the same problem, Ive been on my period since July 15, it is now Aug 29, hopefully my doctor gives me a date for surgery tomorrow.

  • Thanks for sharing your story. I am suffering with the same issues. Your story was such an encouragement. Thank you so much for sharing.

  • Thank you for sharing, I just got one a few days ago. And I was the same way. Embarrassed to go some where when I was on my period. I wore 3 pads the overnight ones. And still bleed thru. I had Fibroids and enda., horrible. And, I had my daughter at 37. They said I would never get pregnant. Because of the Fibroid. But she is 5, healthy. And I wasn’t sure if I was doing the right thing. Because of so many woman not able to have children. But I could not take one more period, no more bleeding every where. Judging my jobs by how much pain I could take it I done them. You have a family here sis.

  • HOW MY WIFE GOT CURED OF FIBROID

    Hello everyone my name is Michael Porter from Ohio and I want to share my testimony on how my wife got cured of fibroid naturally after 8 years of suffering from this abnormal growth in her uterus. We have been married for 5 years and the fibroid has been hampering her ability to conceive. She had this fibroid before we got married. She was told that since the fibroid is not affecting quality of her life, treatment may not be necessary. So she decided not to treat it not until we got married and it became even worse affecting her ability to conceive so we decided to look for a permanent solution. When I discussed it with a colleague at work, she told me that she knows a traditional doctor that can help us with his herbal medicines and my wife will be cured and be able to conceive. We decided to give it a try because my wife was afraid of surgery and that was the only option our doctor gave us since the fibroid is severe. So she gave me the contact of Dr. Sani, and I called him and discussed with him, he assured me that after taking his herbal medicines for 3 weeks that my wife fibroid will be gone and she can go to my doctors for checkup to confirm it. It sounded too good to be true but we went ahead and gave him a try, after using the herbal medicines for 2 weeks, all my wife symptoms disappeared and I told him about it but he asked that she complete the treatments before going to the doctor for checkup. She completed the treatments and today I am so happy that my wife fibroid is totally gone and our son is 2 months old. There is nothing compared to the joy of parenthood.

    If you are also suffering from any fibroid, you can contact him too, you might be the next person to share testimony.

    You can contact Dr. Sani by Email at: [email protected] gmail.com OR Call/WhatsApp on: +234 90 32 592103

  • All of the research I’ve done said the surgery recovery time is one week, my doctor said the same. Why did you need 3 wks (though I know you chose to take 5 wks off)?

  • ALL THANKS TO BEST DR. ALABI WITH HIS HERBAL MEDICINES MY WIFE WAS COMPLETELY CURED FROM MULTIPLE FIBROID….       This is one of the happiest Moment of my Life to see my Wife put to Birth. This Awesome Moments makes you a Happy Man, I really don’t know how to thank DR. ALABI for helping my wife get cured from years of MULTIPLE FIBROID.   I came across DR ALABI  Number +2348155011610  Through a Headline News on the internet about how DR ALABI helped a woman to get cured From Fibroid and so many other with similar body problem, i contacted him and he told me how to get this Herbs, few day later he sent me the Herbal portion Through UPS Courier Delivery service and i got his herbs in my Home within 4 days, which my wife Took every Day for 19 days, and this herbal medicines was able to Shrink My Wife from this  Fibroid Naturally,and now my wife is 7 months Pregnant for our second child, and now she is very okay without No Side Effects whatsoever, If you have any Type of Fibroid, you can also contact him on his Email: address, [email protected]  or Call/ WhatsApp Him on +2348155011610

  • I am thinking to do the same. I’m always in pain. I’ve had two c sections, a tubal tie and an ovary extraction.. like I said, I’m always in pain and my husband feels so bad, and the kids, because they can’t help ��. My periods are horrible. They stay for ever and leave and come back again in the same month and Massive ovary pain.. on the other side. Thank thank you for your time.

  • It is a blessing. Thank you for sharing!!! I am scheduled for surgery and so grateful for the heartfelt video. I have been struggling for what sincerely feels like forever. Part of me is looking forward to being post-op knowing that after I heal I won’t ever have to deal with a period again. On the other hand I am fearful. But, I’m trying to meditate and keep it positive. ����Sat Nam.

  • I’m under 50 and tried everything. Nothing worked so I had a partial and I feel fantastic. So basically to combat potential negative effects, just exercise.

  • Not a good surgery. Please more information. If not good, let women know not to have one.. it is very harmful this operation especially removing perfectly good ovaries. Never remove healthy organs!!!!!

  • Thank you thank you for this video and tips. Being a runner, dancer for years now at 52 had a hysterectomy…….. I was shocked and disappointed why I could just bounce back within days. Like you said it takes weeks and months. I thought I was doing something wrong.

  • Thank you so much for this video! I’m three days post hysterectomy, and it’s great to see what my future can look like. I’m so happy for you!

  • I’m thankful for this video. I have been praying about this decision for awhile and I feel confident about it after watching this. Thank you so much.

  • If you can NEVER get a hysterectomy. One dr I had was trying to convince me after I just read “What drs won’t tell you about menopause” Great book! Thank god I didn’t listen to her it’s now 15 years later. I had an ablation. Hysterectomy’s are done more than woman need and it’s a racket and screws up your body and you have to be on meds for the rest of your life! US medicine loves that! Unless you have a massive fibroid or cancer, NEVER take out your uterus!! It’s a money racket baby! Great info!

  • I had my hestrctomy past 2 and a half year back since than I am facing a lot of waight gain problem please advice what I need to do to loose waight.
    Can I donat my blood each after 6 month will it help with my waight issue please help and when I under went the surgery I was 28 it was my c-section for my 2nd child birth I went through this operation please answer thank you.

  • I had a LASH hysterectomy 5 days ago. Oh boy, I’ve never felt this happy and hope it stays like this. I’ve not have a single vegina bleeding since the surgery. My only pain is when I cough, sneeze or laugh. Stopped taking painkiller on the 4th day. I had a lot of pain relief drip the first 36 hours. I think everyone recovers differently. My uterus was so big due to adenomyosis. I live in Germany and it requires a 4 days stay in the hospital. The surgeon sprayed water inside of my abdomen, and insert a tube through one on the little incisions on my abdomen that attashs to a plastic bag, where the water will go back in after cleaning the remaining blood on my inside. I was pain-free as soon as the tube was removed like 36 hours after surgery. I was watching my weight, eating really healthy, and made sure I maintained my belly muscles many weeks before surgery. Yes I have a lot of belly muscles. Which I think also helped me to not have gas or bloating, and I didn’t have any problem with bowel movement. And first of all! I was talking more to God to let his will be done. instead of telling everyone I know. You don’t have to tell all your friends if you don’t want to. Remember it’s about your well being and the more you announce it, the more you get nervous. All the woman I met there all promised me that I will feel like a new born once the tube is removed. And that was exactly what happened. In Germany, the hospital will never send you home if you are having unusual symptoms, because our health insurance is very good? I had blood tests every 2 days to monitor what’s happening, and I did an ultrasound before I was sent home. Who ever is reading this, whether you’ve had your surgery or planning to. I wish you all lots of strengths and may we all find that happiness, peace healing that we are looking for.

  • So I’m looking though YouTube and looking at other woman’s experiences of going though a hysterectomy… and I am so stressed about deciding weather to do it or not!! I had the essure done in 2014 after having my son… and now after 3 years of having it I feel so much pain and I’ve been dealing with heavy bleeding I even bleed in between periods!!!! Reason for getting it because I have a heart condition and only had my son and decided that closin the factory was a must since I felt complete with my baby boy…. now I don’t know what to do I’ve thought about a hysterectomy so I can end my pain and suffering because living the way I am right now is just not living! I don’t know what to do!!!!

  • I had a vaginal partial hysterectomy 5 weeks ago! I had a huge fibroid growing in the middle of my uterus! I lived In misery for over 8 years! I felt amazing after the surgery!! I was weak & tired & a bit sore! But no pain meds, & no more girl pains! Not having a period is awesome as well! This was the best decision ever!! ����❤️

  • Why so much makeup my sister I hope all is well thanks for sharing I just had my total hysterectomy abdominal hysterectomy 3 days ago and that side are whooping my ass

  • Hello Doll!! What was your sex life afterwards? I’m just having my uterus removed nothing else. So I have a major concern about that because I hear so much! I was trying to find videos of men sharing if it feels different to them. Maybe you can share your husbands honest opinions. I’m just kinda worried about that as well although my main concern is me being healthy again! Thanks for what you can share ��

  • I believe it’s related to the increase in estrogen >>which can lead to severe insulin resistance which is very common in the US these days. Intermittent fasting or keto really helps to combat this:) Check out Dr. Fung / delay don’t deny podcast / keto. High sugar / carb is the worst for anyone post hysterectomy. Good luck all.

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  • Hi Tamika,
    How’s sex life after the surgery!
    I am going to have this surgery this week. Will I be able to enjoy my sex life after the utres and cervix removal!

  • I never rlly thought about kids as much as someone who rlly wants kids
    but i realized i really do want kids in the future and I dont know if I want to ever get this even though my periods are brutally painful and my hormones cause me alot of pain..

  • Had my surgery a week ago..recovering atm feel weak and sore.I had a partial hystrectomy and cant wait to get my life back..nice to watch a positive video and outcome.

  • Hi, if its not too personal, can u tell me the average cost of the surgery please if you dont mind? Im from the Caribbean and i would like to come to the US to get it done laparoscopically since this option is not offered in Trinidad and Tobago according to my research. Im 33 years old with fibroids, very anemic and its horrible. I really dont want to have open surgery with a large incision so im weighing my options.

  • I’ve been crying all day because my options are birth control or hysterectomy if my excessive bleeding doesnt stop after trying birth control…again! I wanted one more baby! But I also suffer with PCOS and so I guess that was my sign that I am unable to have any more kids and to just be content with my 2 who are 12 and 13 now! I will be considering all the pros and cons! I think the thing is that it just seems final! That’s what I can’t wrap my mind around!

  • My mom just called me and she was originally going to be getting a polyp removed. They did some pre-tests to make sure everything was good and that she was covid free, but they found precancerous cells and have decided to do an entire hysterectomy instead. She’s told me this today, it’s scheduled for the end of the month. She just lost her father(my grandfather) to cancer a couple weeks ago so I want to be there for her as much as possible during this crazy time.

  • Thank you for sharing your testimony to empower others who may be going through this. I too share my journey to coach women through the prep and healing/recovering process as well on my channel. I carried a massive fibroid that gave me the appearance of a 9-month pregnant woman!

  • Did you experience weight loss??
    I am having my partial hysterectomy at the beginning of the new year and I am worried of weight gain afterwards!

  • I know this might be an older video. But I’m having surgery in Oct & I’d like to know if you lost weight in the midsection afterwards?