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 is only after the surgery that the tissue was examined pathologically, and of course, there was not one slight bit of cancer or any other tumor. The patient was put on hormonal therapy, and died a few years later of breast cancer.

Do you think this cannot happen to you? Well, it happened to Tamar Barnea, in Haifa, Israel, when she was only 27 years old; she died in July 2004.

You can read the whole story here, Haifa doctors get 2-month suspension for wrongful hysterectomy.

It is stories like this that keep me going to write this blog. If you are to have a hysterectomy, your best option is to read this site in its entirety, choose how you want to heal yourself, and then start working towards that solution.