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 the worst case, since you may suffer enormously and even die. Two most typical cases would be the presence of cancer and a uterus bleeding so much after giving birth that it threatens the life of the mother.
In about 20% of all cases, hysterectomy will be the only solution, especially in cases of uterine prolapse, and, of course, cancer.
This site wants to tell the other 80% women that they could actually avoid hysterectomy either by opting for a lesser surgery or by eventually healing themselves and thus making the surgery totally unnecessary.
Hysterectomy Decision Case 2)
You should undergo hysterectomy and that is exactly what you do
From the surgical point of view, this hysterectomy decision may be all good and well, but they can’t tell you in advance whether your problems will be greater or not after all is said and done. If it was cancer, the doctors will empty your lower stomach hoping that if there were no physical place for cancer to grow, that it will stop. If it only were so! Medical astrology is the only way of telling in advance whether the surgery would be sufficient or not. Please have a look at the page called Your Personal Healing Plan and subscribe to the free email course there; it will give you a rounded look at the options that are available to you for a relatively small effort and amount of money.
Hysterectomy Decision Case 3)
You shouldn’t undergo hysterectomy, but you still do
Sometimes the pain and the suffering are so great that you would anything to get rid of them… even if that means cutting off certain (vital) parts of your body. Or, you just don’t know any better and succumb to the usual hysterectomy scenario. Once they cut you off from your womanhood, there is no way to becoming a woman anymore.
Mission No. 1 of this site is to save you from this case. 15% of all hysterectomies are totally unnecessary. Doctors like to perform hysterectomy because it is easy for them to do, while all other forms of surgery require additional time to learn and practice… Why choose a more complicated and less paid surgery to do when you can finish a hysterectomy within half an hour and be paid $4000 in the process!?
If you ever wondered why the number of hysterectomies is highest in the world in the USA, re-read the previous paragraph.
About one third of all hysterectomies is for uterine fibroids, but there are so many other ways to get rid of them that it really pays to pay attention to this site and what it has to offer. See pages for homeopathic treatment for uterine fibroids and herbal remedies for uterine fibroids, as well as an astrohomeopathy case of uterine fibroids.
Hysterectomy Decision Case 4)
You shouldn’t undergo hysterectomy, and so you don’t
You choose one of the alternative surgical procedures — myomectomy, endometrial ablation, uterine artery embolization etc. — to save the uterus and/or ovaries, or — better — you find something in the alternative medicine to save you. Mission No. 2 of this site is to tell you which alternative disciplines can be useful for your diagnosis.
Whom To Consult With About Your Hysterectomy Decision
You may reach your hysterectomy decision all on your own, but most likely, you will be influenced by your medical doctors, surgeons and/or other health practitioners that you meet. Do not think, however, that they will give you all the necessary data to reach the proper decision. You should also ask your friends who have been in that situation before you, and you should certainly go to various sites and forums, read books, consult your relatives, husband and/or children…