How can you get pregnant after a complete hysterectomy?
You Can not! No eggs & no Uterus, couldnt conceive even if you did have an egg. You are out of the baby making business for good.
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.
Spaying is the term for neutering female animals. Hysterectomy comes from the greek hyster (womb) ectomy ( cutting out of). Italso dpends on your definition of complete hysterectomy. Hysterectomy is removal of uterus. Total Hyst removal uterus and cervix. Removal of ovaries and fallopian tubes is a total hysterectomy with salpingo oopherectomy (either unilateral or blateral.
Hysterectomy is removal of uterus. Total hysterectomy also known as complete hysterectomy is removal of uterus and cervix. This is not to be confused with a total hysterectomy with salpingo-oopherectomy which also removes the fallopian tubes and ovaries. Make sure you check with your doctor/surgeon what they are going to remove and what terminology as there has been confusion in the past. If you ask what he is removing then you will have a clear…
A complete hysterectomy (also called total) is removal of the uterus and cervix. A partial hysterectomy is removal of the uterus, leaving a cervical stump. Removal of the ovaries, the female gonads, is castration (also called oophorectomy), and removal of the fallopian tubes is called salpingectomy. Learn more about hysterectomy and female castration at hersfoundation dot org/anatomy.
Total hysterectomy is complete removal of you fallopian tubes,ovaries and uterus. We call it total abdominal hysterectomy,oopherectomy and salphingectomy. Technically a Total Hysterectomy is the removal of uterus and cervix. Total hysterectomy with bilateral salpingo oopherectomy is the removal of uterus,cervix,fallopian tubes and ovaries
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.
If you were able to keep your pregnancy after having a hysterectomy will you have to be bed resting?
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…
Hysterectomy is removal of the uterus as such there is nowhere for the fertilized ova to grow nor as the cervix or vagina have been stitched close any chance of impregnation unless this is done by IVF. So it is not possible to become pregnant after hysterectomy. Your surgeon should have explained this before surgery and the consent form you signed made it clear that you will be infertile.
If she is, they're certainly not her own eggs - shes's, like, 61 years old! She had a hysterectomy earlier this year. She announced it on CityLine, so she can no longer have children. She turned 49 in 2007. Apparently on Chum FM, she announced herself she is pregnant with twins. not if she's had a hysterectomy!....:)