Do you go through menopause after you have had a complete hysterectomy with your ovaries removed?
Yes you will go into immediate 'surgical' menopause because youhave no ovaries to produce the estrogen. speak with your doctor/surgeon abot pros and cons of HRT
Hysterectomy is only the removal of the uterus and therfore you will not go into menopause until your ovaries start failing (average age 51.7) If you have your ovaies removed at the time of hysterectomy this is an oopherectomy and you will go into immediate menopause as you will not have ovaries to produce estrogen. Menopause is a only happens once in life although can take several years fo the ovaries to degeneate.
If you just had your uterus and cervix removed your ovaries will still be functioning and you will still go through the menopause. The average age being 51.7 years. If you had your ovaries removed at the time of the hysterectomy then you would have gone into immediate surgical menopause at that time.
A "total hysterectomy" means that the ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, and cervix have been removed, therefore if you had a "total hysterectomy" you cannot ovulate. There are different types of hysterectomies though, some which do leave the ovaries. If you had a hysterectomy that did not include removing the ovaries you would still ovulate until menopause.
Yes. Menopause happens when estrogen is no longer present. If the ovaries remain after a hysterectomy, the normal cycle (except bleeding) will continue until the natural time for menopause (but it is rather unofficial because the bleeding periods stop sooner due to their discontinuation after the hysterectomy). If the ovaries are removed, menopause will follow quickly. Because of the higher risk of osteoporosis, HRT is normal post hysterectomy treatmet in younger people, and that will…
If you mean by full hysterectomy a total hysterectomy i.e. removal of the uterus and cervix then one ovary will produce the necessary hormones that two ovaries would. You will go into menopause at the time you normally would (average 51.7 yrs). Only if both ovaries are removed will you go into immediate menopause. There is some anecdotal evidence that having a hysterectomy may bring on an earlier menopause than would have occurred without.
No you do not have o take hormones after a hysterectomy (removal of the uterus) as you will still have your ovaries which produce the female hormones. If you have your ovaries removed you will go into immediate (surgical) menopause and it is your decision with advice from your medical team as to the advantages/disadvantages of this
As a total hysterectomy is removal of the uterus and cervix only your ovaries will still produce the eggs and you will go into menopause when your ovaries start failing (average age 51.7 yrs) If you have the ovaries removed then you will go into immediate surgical menopause due to lack of estrogen and the time varies for each individual as it does for those retaining their ovaies.
Hysterectomy by definition means the removal of the uterus. The removal of the fallopian tubes is Salpingectomy. The removal of the ovaries is oophorectomy. A complete hysterectomy means the entire uterus is removed. During a complete hysterectomy, the uterus is removed. The cervix, at the top of the vagina, is removed as it is part of the uterus and the top of the vagina is stitched closed. The vagina is not removed during a hysterectomy.
A hysterectomy is a surgical procedure to remove the uterus (which would include the cervix). Sometimes the Fallopian tubes and one or both ovaries are also removed - this is referred to as a complete hysterectomy. Hysterectomies are performed for a number of reasons such as the presence of cancerous growths or severe hemorrhage or recurrent infection. The procedure does not affect sexual function, but menstruation will stop, and some signs of menopause may be…