Risks of hysterectomy

The risks of hysterectomy for the majority of women are not something they have to be aware of and their hysterectomy will a liberating experience. They will go on to lead perfectly normal lives after they have recovered. However for a small number of women the reverse may be true and we have listed a number of risks of hysterectomy and other possible hysterectomy complications which may be experienced by some women.

You can find more information about each of them by following the links provided.

Some other conditions may also re-occur, this might include, adhesion’s, pelvic inflammatory disease and endometriosis. These are probably because they are all triggered by oestrogen, which the body will continue to produce naturally if a woman retains the ovaries or if a woman takes HRT if her ovaries were removed. For all of these conditions it is important to discuss with your doctor what treatment is available.

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  1. Hi hope someone can help, My Mum in law had her hysterectomy in May, since June she has had burning and itching feeling very tired after doing the smallest amount of house work she is a very active 76 year old but since having the operation she is feeling very low in mood and very tired all the time. One GP told her she might be having the menopause again while another one told her no, she is not sleeping at night and not getting any answers from the professionals at all.

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