Can I still get a yeast infection after a hysterectomy?
You can still get gonorrhea if you had a hysterectomy.
Yes you are still a virgin if you had a hysterectomy.
Can I still donate eggs if I have had a hysterectomy
More than likely you are still fertile if you have PID.
You will still produce eggs after a hysterectomy until your body goes through menopause. The eggs are still viable the regardless of the hysterectomy.
You can still catch all STDs even if you had a hysterectomy.
Yes, you can get a hysterectomy while Depo Provera is still in effect.
if it was a full hysterectomy, i'd get it checked out, well either way i'd get it checked out. It could be cancerous if you still have your ovaries, and fallopian tubes. You can also get PID having had a historectomey
The women may have introverted uterus, hormonal imbalance, with infertility problems,had hysterectomy and had PID or endometriosis.
You still can transmit genital warts if you have had a hysterectomy.
A hysterectomy removal of utereus or total hysterectomy uterus and cervix will not affect your hormone levels as you still have your ovaries which produce the hormones.
Treatment for chronic PID may involve hysterectomy, which may be helpful in some cases.
Yes, you can still get HPV after having a hysterectomy. HPV can affect many tissues that are still present after removal of the uterus.
A a partial (total) hysterectomy only removes the uterus and cervix then you will still be subject to ovarian cysts.
Yes you will if you still have your ovaries.
You can always get it but it's not typical after a hysterectomy if that is what you mean. It's a vaginal infection and you still have a vagina.
Not entirely unless you have your ovaries removed. Hysterectomy is only the removal of the uterus so the body will still produce ova which will be absorbed and there will be no menses after a hysterectomy.
If a female still has an ovary after a partial hysterectomy , then it should be possible to harvest eggs
More than likely you still can get pregnant.
I heard that you can if you still have your ovaries
If you still have your ovaries, you should go through menopause at the normal time for you. With a full hysterectomy, you will experience "surgical menopause."
Whether pap smears are necessary, depends on whether the cervix is still intact. If the hysterectomy was performed vaginally, a pap smear will no longer be needed. If it was done via a laparoscopic hysterectomy, the cervix will still be intact and regular pap smears are still needed.