Although not strictly about hysterectomy, this uterus model video is about the organ on which hysterectomy is performed. In just 59 seconds, it enumerates all the parts of an uterus: fundus the body the isthmus the cervix uterine cavity the internal os the cervical canal the external os the vagina the ovaries the ovarian artery… Continue reading Uterus Model Video
Many women have milder symptoms of uterine prolapse throughout a larger part of life but think it is normal, and rarely go to the doctor for medical evaluation. The uterus is normally attached to the pelvic floor. However, the supportive muscles and ligaments can wear and tear during life, allowing the uterus, the bladder or… Continue reading Uterine Prolapse
Adopting a Chinese Child After Hysterectomy
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.
Laparoscopic myomectomy (often spelled as laproscopic) makes sense for subserous and pedunculated myoma. Subserous are close to the outer surface of the uterus, while pedunculated myoma are myoma “hanging” on a stalk to the uterus. Laparoscop is usually inserted through the navel and from there the operation proceeds. Laparoscopy requires several small incisions, so recovery… Continue reading Laparoscopic Myomectomy