Do you ovulate after a partial hysterectomy and if so where do the eggs go?
If the ovaries are removed then there are no chance what so ever.
After a partial hysterectomy the eggs released from the ovaries are absorbed into the blood stream.
where do the eggs go If you get a total hysterectomy, the removal of the uterus including the cervix, you can still ovulate because the ovaries and fallopian tubes are still there. The eggs would just be reabsorbed into the body. If an oophorectomy is done, then you will not ovulate because the ovaries have been removed. READ A DIFFERENT ANSWER BY SLIPPERYSLOPE. See the answer to the question: Can you still have cramps years… Read More
Hysterectomy is removal of your uterus. Ooectomy is removal of your ovaries. If your ovaries were left when they did the hysterectomy (quite common these days), yes, you can still produce fertile eggs, no problem. If your uterus is gone, though, there's nowhere for the eggs to go. If you still have fallopian tubes, you'd still be at risk for ectopic pregnancy.
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."
I had a partial hysterectomy eight years ago and I did not gain any weight. I have always exercised and I take good care of myself. Your stomach may get a little bigger from the surgery, but it should go away after a few month's did not have any problems.
If you didn't have your ovaries removed (partial hysterectomy) your body can still go through a monthly cycle. You might still have cravings, bloating, breast tenderness, headaches, etc...but you will no longer be menstruating.
no,you still have to go thru tubal reversal proceedure so that everytime you ovulate and release an egg.
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.
You just had a partial hysterectomy and after words you had this weird odor which was very strong and offensive to your nose and im sure others what is causing this and how do you get to go away- you?
I would have this checked out as a bad odour usually indicates a bacterial infection - not a good thing after an operation.
You go instantly into menopause after a hysterectomy. That is why when young women do it they have to eat hormones after.
No, women have to go through puberty to get EGGS which help create a baby. However, you will ovulate before you bleed for the first time so you can be in puberty before you know it and then you can get pregnant.
You can and should.
when you ovulate has nothing to do with when you have sex, unprotected or otherwise. to get a clearer picture of the times ovulation occurs during the woman's reproductive cycle go to the link below. (The Menstrual cycle).
Well, a hysterectomy is an operation on a female. And it has nothing to do with a woman's ability to have sex with a man, it only affects her ability to have children.
Yes the hysterectomy alone is removal of the uterus and it is the ovaries failing as you get older that causes menopause. Youl will go into immediate menopause if you have you ovaries removed and are premenopausal
Just into the vaginal canal.
It will go into the vagina however as there is no uterus it will go no further and gravity will take its course.
Unless your cervix was removed at the time of your hysterectomy then YES as the purpose of the smear is to find cancerous cervical cells before cancer sets in.
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.
You will usually ovulate 2-8 weeks after a miscarriage. It varies in every Woman.
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.
I started menopause approximately two weeks after my hysterectomy. I am now 6 years post and still suffering. I am on a hormone patch and it does help some.
If you have a bilateral oopherectomy (removal of both ovaries) at the same time as a hysterectomy (removal of the uterus) then you will go into immediate surgcal menopause. If one or both ovaries remain then they will still produce the estroen etc and you will go into menopause at the usual time (av 51.7 years)
Tes. Menopause is caused by the faling of the ovaries as one ages. A hysterectomy is only removal of womb so unless you have had a bilateral oopherectomy (removal of both ovaries) you will go through the natural menopause.
You should have gone through menopause at the time of your complete hysterectomy. Depending on your age and the reason for the hysterectomy you may have been given replacement hormones, at some point in time - your doctor would have slowly decreased the hormones - that would cause you to go into menopause.
Threre is not a specific age for sombody to be able to become pregnant. You can become pregnant as soon as you hit puberty which is around the ages 9-15 When you go through puberty you start to ovulate(release eggs) and that is all a sperm cell needs to fertilize its self.
You go to the doctor and have to fill out a chart over a period of a few months while you take tests to see when you ovulate. Only 12% of all women ovulate on the same days though so this is not a safe way to avoid pregnancy. An orgasm can also make you ovulate again.
Of course not! Flea eggs go to dogs and lice eggs go to humans!
I'm 49 years old 16 years ago at the birth of my last child born I had to go have an emergency hysterectomy I was 33 at the time. I'm very healthy & active but been unable to sleep through the night for the last 3 years. I have started in the last month to get hot flashes. After my hysterectomy I never had another period no spotting nothing only right after the surgery for… Read More
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
If you notice a foul odour or discharge, go see your doctor. It is likely an infection.
Yes. Cervical cancer is often caused by the HPV virus that is sexually transmitted and by removing the cervix the cancer/virus is also removed if it hasn't spread beyond that point. In the US 600,000 women a year go through a hysterectomy. Some only have the cervix removed while other also have a complete hysterectomy with the ovaries as well.
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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… Read More
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If you mean by complete a total hysterectomy (uterus and cervix) ans a salpingo (fallopian tubes) oopherectomy (both ovaries) then yes you will immediately go into surgical menopause. If one ovaary is left then this will not place you into menopause until nature takes its due course.
Will lenders lend for mortgage if on partial unemployment. I still have my job and have been there for 7 years. I work at a resort we r slow in winter so we go on partial unemployment?
Not many lenders will be able to lend you for mortgage if you are on partial unemployment.
By adding heat to the liquid feed mixture, a part of the components will evaporate, thus the partial vaporization. The vapors, with the lower density, will go up the fraction column and the liquid remained will go on the bottom of the column (higher density).
Hysterectomy itself does not cause menopause.Some studies have shown that it may bring forward slightly. Removal of BOTH ovaries will result in immediate (surgical) menopause. It is the ovaries failing that causes the menopause and mean average age is 51 although this can be earlier or later
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.
If you were in your first trimester, you'll probably have a period within 4 to 6 weeks, possibly a few longer. You may ovulate around 14 days before that period, or you may not ovulate until your next cycle. It takes a while for your hormones to go back to a normal cycle, and it varies greatly from woman to woman. You can use cervical mucus checking and ovulation predictor kids to help determine when… Read More
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No. They abandon them as they are too tired after laying eggs.
Turtles lay their eggs underground [after digging a hole] they don't go underground with them.
Mice are in estrus for a period of about 10 to 12 hours, and they will go into estrus every 3 or 4 days.
If my biopsy diagnosis says, I have benign secretory endometrium, do I have to go through a hysterectomy surgery?
They come back out just like they did before. When she had a uterus they didn't stay there either. The uterus was a dead end.
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