From to time, I do free astrology readings. Currently however, I charge for all my readings, and I leave the rest of this page for sake of continuity with the previous versions of this site. This Free Astrology page will help you make the right decision, such as whether to have a . hysterectomy .… Continue reading Free Astrology Helps You Take the Right Course of Action
Only after three months will it become clear what the effect of the procedure was. Usually after six weeks you call in the doctor’s office, probably to have the uterus sounded in order to see whether a cervical stenosis is setting in. (If it is, there may be more bleeding with the first period.) Usually,… Continue reading Can Endometrial Ablation Replace Hysterectomy in Cases of Heavy Menorrhagia?
This cancer of the cervix video shows that cancer need not be an unbeatable disease. If discovered early, it can be beaten through a so-called radical hysterectomy, a surgery at which the surroundings of the uterus are also taken away. In particular, the lymph nodes around the reproductive organs are cut away, and after the… Continue reading Cancer of the Cervix Video
Astrology reports give you a detailed astrological analysis of one or more parts of your life. There are many types of reports, from the most general ones to the very specific, such as “fatherhood”, “gynecological illnesses” etc. They are usually computer generated and there are many sites that offer these reports for next to nothing,… Continue reading Astrology Report vs. Horoscope Delineation
The procedure is safe and effective for benign nonprolapsed or uterine enlargement. embedded by Embedded VideoYouTube Direkt
Hysterectomy will have everlasting impact on your body, but right after the surgery you have to overcome the consequences of the surgery itself. When you come home, you may find that you tire easily. Your appetite may be diminished. You will likely have light spotting for 2 – 4 weeks. It may be pink, red,… Continue reading Vaginal Discharge After Hysterectomy
Type of hysterectomy becomes important factor when you have already decided to go for it, or at least when you are giving the whole notion a serious thought. However, any type of hysterectomy will still be a hysterectomy — a major gynecological operation, involving removal of at least the uterus and performed in general anesthesia.… Continue reading Choose the Right Type of Hysterectomy With Utmost Care
Su Jok started out as modern acupuncture. It was founded in the late 1980’s and is fast gaining acceptance all over the world. The founder is Prof. Park Jae Woo from Korea, where “Su” means “hand” and “Jok” means “foot”. It is a system of healing based on acupunture-like points on hands and feet. “Thumb… Continue reading Can Su Jok Help You Avoid Hysterectomy?
Side effects of hysterectomy are those little or not so little changes in your body, moods, general behaviour and lifestyle that will surely surface if you opt for the surgery, regardless of whether you want them or not. However “small” a hysterectomy might look, it will always be a major surgery, with effects lasting to… Continue reading Side Effects of Hysterectomy
This second vaginal hysterectomy video (second on this site, that is) shows various phases of removing the uterus from the body of an old lady. If anybody out there thought hysterectomy were picnic, let them watch this short but bloody video and see what this is all about. Vaginal hysterectomy requires that vagina be stretched… Continue reading Removing the Uterus and Cervix — A Vaginal Hysterectomy Video
This video features a roller ball endometrial ablation for endometrial polyp and menorrhagia video, performed on a woman 55 of age, with a diagnosis of unresponsive menorrhagia because of the presence of a endometrial polyp. The surgeon is Jose Bolanos, MD. Menorrhagia stands for “excessive bleeding”, and unresponsive menorrhagia usually leads to a hysterectomy, because… Continue reading Roller Ball Endometrial Ablation For Endometrial Polyp And Menorrhagia Video
Recovery time after hysterectomy will depend on many factors, including woman’s general health status (eg. smoking, obesity, diabetes etc.) and the type of hysterectomy that was actually done. The time span up to eight weeks, and it really has a lot to do with the mechanics of the surgery. For abdominal hysterectomy, the required time… Continue reading Recovery Time After Hysterectomy
From the medical standpoint of view, the usual reason for hysterectomy is one of the following illnesses or states: Abnormal Uterine Bleeding As the Reason For Hysterectomy Excessive uterine bleeding, called menorrhagia, can lead to anemia (low blood iron count), fatigue, and contribute to missed days at work or school. Menorrhagia is generally defined as… Continue reading Reason For Hysterectomy
This woman is almost 79 years old and had prolapsed uterus since 2002. A hysterectomy was suggested, but she refused. In spring 2004, at a routine examination, her gynecologist discovered a large, 7 cm in diameter, tumour on the left ovary. Now she wanted a hysterectomy, but the doctors did not want to operate in… Continue reading Hysterectomy for a Large Ovarian Cyst Case with Prolapsed Uterus – a Medical Astrology Analysis
Lupron is a drug which influences the release of hormones testosterone and estrogen in the body. It suppresses estrogen and is used for diseases and conditions in which the increased level of estrogen is thought of to be the most important factor. Such diseases are endometriosis, myoma (fibroids) of uterus, heavy uterine bleeding etc. The… Continue reading Lupron
Let us first translate “laparoscopic supracervical hysterectomy” from Latin. It still is a hysterectomy, and if you choose this, your uterus will be removed. There are then two major differences as compared to the usual, abdominal hysterectomy. The body of the uterus will be removed, but the cervix will remain in the body. Laparoscopic means… Continue reading Laparoscopic Supracervical Hysterectomy
Hysteroscopic myomectomy, also called hysteroscopic resection, can be a myomectomy method of choice if the fibroids are all (intracavitary) or for the most part (submucosal) on the inner wall of the uterus. The instrument used is called the resectoscope, and it is a special kind of hysteroscope. Hysteroscope goes through the cervix and there is… Continue reading Hysteroscopic Myomectomy
Hysterectomy scenario — how you came here in the first place (hint: by believing the doctors blindly, and by not investigating other options, while they were available to you). Hysterectomy side effects — what is in this surgery that frightens so many women? Type of hysterectomy — the quality of your life from now on… Continue reading Hysterectomy
Hysterectomy video is very popular. There are several gynecologists that specialize in producing it, so now you can watch the surgeries of interest right from this site. Here are some pages for you to view and ponder upon… Choose wisely, because 80% of all patients can trade hysterectomy for a minimally invasive surgery or can… Continue reading Hysterectomy Video
Type of hysterectomy becomes important factor when you have already decided to go for it, or at least when you are giving the whole notion a serious thought. However, any type of hysterectomy will still be a hysterectomy — a major gynecological operation, involving removal of at least the uterus and performed in general anesthesia.… Continue reading Type of Hysterectomy
You have your symptoms, or you even do not have them. Sooner or later, you find yourself in front of a doctor and are subject to various diagnostical procedures. These may include a • personal interview (including questions about your sex life), a • vaginal exam, • Pap test, • laboratory tests and/or • imaging… Continue reading The Usual Hysterectomy Scenario
Hysterectomy — To Have It or To Have It Not !? Deciding whether to undergo hysterectomy or not is a decision that will literally change your life. Either way that you go, the consequences will be great. There are four possible outcomes: Hysterectomy Decision Case 1) You should undergo hysterectomy, but you don’t This is… Continue reading Hysterectomy Decision
Hysterectomy complications range from mild and expected symptoms to severe, major and unpected events. For instance, a minor problem would be urinary tract infection or vaginal spotting, while a major problem could be an infected wound that takes three or four months to heal. Apart from talking to a medical astrologer beforehand, it is difficult… Continue reading Hysterectomy Complications
Hysterectomy alternatives come to mind when the initial shock starts wearing off. Please be sure to watch as many videos as you can from our hysterectomy video page, that will help you make an informed decision. Also, see what types of hysterectomy exist, then start investigating into several different directions at once: 1) Instead of… Continue reading Hysterectomy Alternatives
Hysterectomy side effects are those little or not so little changes in your body, moods, general behaviour and lifestyle that will surely surface if you opt for the surgery, regardless of whether you want them or not. However “small” a hysterectomy might look, it will always be a major surgery, with effects lasting to the… Continue reading Hysterectomy Side Effects
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embedded by Embedded VideoYouTube Direkt If you have to prepare for hysterectomy, there is plenty of advice on the Internet, and you might even want to invest into a paper book on the subject. In the comment to a post from someone who is in this situation, I have outlined two other possibilities for getting… Continue reading How To Prepare for Hysterectomy Surgery
Is hysterectomy the end of the world? No, life goes on. Life with a husband you luv with certainly with no kids of your own? Then you decide to adopt… a 10-month old Chinese girl. Read the rest of this beautiful story, how it all happened to BETTY J. MEYER from Chipsake.
Here’s a little story for you: The patient undervent operation because of intestinal obstruction of an unknown nature. The surgeon called her husband and told him that he saw cancer and the uterus and the ovaries had to go. Another surgeon, a specialist in gynecology was called in, and a full hystererectomy was performed. It… Continue reading Wrongful Hysterectomy Can Lead to Death
Who says that two thirds of hysterectomies is unnecessary — well, for this occasion, CNN does. This article outlies stories of four women who opted for different surgical procedures and were better for it.
What I find fascinating about the World Wide Web is the opportunity to “meet” other people and their destinies. In this case, Mary has got a smear test saying that she has cancer, and a few weeks later, she got another result, stating that she does not have cancer at all. That, however, did not… Continue reading Why Have Hysterectomy If You Are Healthy!?
Hysterectomy makes everybody nervous, especially if you were told that it would be a possibility for you. So, what else to do, than to post your fears and concerns in a forum which you frequent… here is one such hysterectomy question in a forum on labradors, followed by the usual bunch of answers: — Best… Continue reading Hysterectomy Question in the Forums
The article from Nursing in Practice connects owerweight women older than 36 and obese women older than 43 to have higher risk of hysterectomy than other categories of women. Quoting from the article: The study, published in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, also found women who experience large gains in weight between… Continue reading Owerweight, Obesity and Hysterectomy
Yet Another Best Yahoo Answer By Dusko Savic! The Question was I’ve had severe periods, crampings, clotting, and hemorrhages in my lifetime, and as I get older I cannot handle it any more and have taken Provera, and pain pills, but my problems are severer than pills could take care of, and yes, I’ve gone… Continue reading Are There Disadvantages of Having Hysterectomy at 40
Lack of informed consent is present in almost all hysterectomies, a U.S. study confirms. A 17-year study with 930 participants found that an essential component of the educational process of informed consent for hysterectomy has been denied women in the U.S. The ongoing study begun in 1991 found that 99.7% of women reported that they… Continue reading LEARN ABOUT YOUR SEX ORGANS FIRST, ONLY THEN SIGN THE CONSENT FOR HYSTERECTOMY