Recuperating from surgery is different for each individual. As for myself having had a complete hysterectomy in early July 06 I can say I feel so much better. I assume the doctor gave you an indication that with surgery it can take up to a year for your body to heal....so with that said just take care of yourself and enjoy your new woman independence...
You cannot recuperate your virginity; once you lose it, you won't ever be a virgin again.
it can take several years to fully recover after a hysterectomy. however every one is individual and we all heal at different rates.
The amount of time that they take varies from case to case. My mom's took nearly 4 hours but, she had a cyst on both ovaries. It also depends on which method they use to preform the Hysterectomy.
The recovery process from a hysterectomy can take up to six weeks. The recovery process is very individual however, so recovering may take some people longer than others.
Depends on whether its abdominal about and hour or laproscopic about 80 minutes and if there any complications .
There seems to be a general agreement that weight is normal after a hysterectomy and that this is primarily caused in the period after the operation due to lack of normal exercise and diet whilst you recuperate. There is no actual reason biologically for weight gain however and any weight can easily be lost again once you have fully recovered.
A hysterectomy does not affect your lifespan and this depends on how old you are now and when you are called for by higher authority.
He was unable to recuperate from his coma and thus was put off of life support.
Not everybody is the same so it is difficult to know how long it will take you. I had a complete hysterectomy and I returned to work after 4 weeks. Although I might have been able to return in 2, I still felt swollen and my employer allowed me the time I needed to heal. My advice: Don't rush back. Take time for yourself!
Presumably you mean a bilateral oopherectomy (removal of ovaries) rather than hysterectomy which is removal of uterus. Your doctor will start you on low dose of estrogen and will monitor your reaction. You may be lucky and they get the dosage right first time or it may take some weeks.
Bunion surgery will take a little while to recover. You should be out of work for about a week and not walking for about a month. You will be in a boot or a cast for a few weeks to a couple months possibly on crutches. Good Luck!!!!!
A hysterectomy that is done at the time of a c-section.
You will still produce eggs after a hysterectomy until your body goes through menopause. The eggs are still viable the regardless of the hysterectomy.
Children need 8 hours sleep to recuperate and refresh.
This will depend upon what is amputated. Losing the last portion of a finger may take just a few weeks to let the surgical site heal while losing a leg can take months or years to recuperate and regain mobility.
I had a hysterectomy at age 25 and I'm now 49. Will I get the same type of symptoms of menapause, will they last longer, shorter, different?
sure if you're between the ages of 0 and 22. the body gets to rest and recuperate.
Yes, as long as you have your ovaries and they produce estrogen you may have endometriosis.
Spotting will continue for 2 to 8 weeks.
IF you're mobile and IF there are no complications ... sure.
Yes it does so you have to take hormones.
Hysterectomy is the surgical removal of the uterus.
You can still get gonorrhea if you had a hysterectomy.
Yes you can get syphilis after a hysterectomy.
In a Total Hysterectomy, yes. You can have a Subtotal Hysterectomy and not have the cervix removed.