What is the cause of vaginal bleeding after total hysterectomy?
Difficult to answer without full details. It is possible to ooze and bleed from the wound edges, reactionary bleeding can occur due to rise in blood pressure during the early post operative period.
Bleeding at a later date may be due to infection and inflammation of the tissues and rarely coagulation defects. In any case you need to see the Surgeon for further assessment
no, if you are see a doctor immediately especially if there was a vaginal approach. good luck Joymaker RN I have had a total hysterectomy and went to the bathroom when i wiped i had dark red, blood what could be the cause?
blood is located in only one compartment in the body, the blood vessels, no where else. if you happen to see blood in your vaginal area, then blood vessels in that area has ruptured, causing the leak... having hysterectomy rules out the uterus as the cause of the leak(bleeding).... you can check my other articles in internal medicine in this site lowellmd202.blogspot.com
What may be the cause of vaginal spotting and a discharge 20 years after having a total hysterectomy?
Get yourself to a doctor immediately. Get "Answers" to give more of an answer to this question.
A total hysterectomy removes the uterus and the cervix, leaving a vaginal cuff (which is sutured, at the top of the vaginal canal). A TAH-BSO is a total abdominal hysterectomy (as described above), along with bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy, meaning that the fallopian tubes and ovaries are also removed).
As uterus and cervix have been removed then there should be no bleeding.
Yes. Menstrual bleeding occurs when thickened endometrial tissue (which lines the uterus) breaks up and reverts to being thin, so it's natural to assume that a hysterectomy will completely end periods. However, as long as there's a functioning ovary there will be a monthly cycle, and if there is any remaining endometrial tissue it will respond normally to hormones. Some hysterectomies are partial and so a portion of the uterus remains. Even when the uterus… Read More
What does it mean when you are bleeding suddenly after 3 yrs of having a total abdominal hysterectomy?
That you should see your doctor immediately to find out what is happening
Yes it does so you have to take hormones.
That is the medical term. It can be done different ways and it can be done with or without removing the ovaries and tubes. There are terms for all these as well and they are discussed below. A simple hysterectomy is removal of the uterus only and can usually done vaginally. A total or " pan " hysterectomy means uterus and the cervix are removed. A radical hysterectomy is a more extensive surgery than a… Read More
Total hysterectomy not elsewhere classified.
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
video of total abdominal hysterectomy
If the hysterectomy was done for pap related problems, ongoing vaginal paps may be recommended. If the pap was done for other reasons, then ongoing pap smears are not normally recommended. Contact your health care provider for advice specific to your situation.
Total Abdominal Hysterectomy
Hysterectomy = uterus. Total hysterectomy = uterus and cervix. Salpingo = fallopian tube. oopherectomy = ovary. Therefore just a hysterectomy would be removal of uterus alone and a Total hysterectomy with salpingo oopherectomy (bilateral) is everything.
In a Total Hysterectomy, yes. You can have a Subtotal Hysterectomy and not have the cervix removed.
Yes your cervix is removed, during a total hysterectomy.
A total hysterectomy is the removal of the uterus and cervix only. A pan hysterectomy is a total hysterectomy wih the removal of the fallopian tubes and ovaries (salpingo-oopherectomy) plus removal of lymph nodes. Its is usually done when cancer has spread beyond the tubes and ovaries to try and eradicate the cancer.
A partial hysterectomy or hysterectomy is the removal of the uterus alone. A total hysterectomt removes the uterus and cervix.
A partial hysterectomy is removal of the body of the uterus, leaving a cervical stump. A total hysterectomy is removal of the uterus and the cervix.
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.
Hysterectomy is removal of uterus. Total hysterectomy is removal uterus and cervix. Total hysterectomy with salping-oopherectomy is removal of uterus,cervix,fallopian tubes (salpingo) and ovaries (oopherectomy). All these can be done either laprocscopically (key hole) or abdominally ( incision in stomach).
A pan hysterectomy is also known as total hysterectomy. It is a surgical procedure during which the uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes are removed.
As a total hysterectomy is the removal of the uterus and cervix, yes you can still get cysts on your ovaries unless they are removed by a bilateral oopherectomy
Hysterectomy is removal of uterus. Total hysterectomy is removal of uterus and cervix. If fallopian tubes and ovaries removed as well this is a salpingo oopherectomy (bilateral = both- unilateral one). So a total hysterectomy with salpingo oopherectomy is the uterus,cervix,fallopian tubes and ovaries
I recently had massive bleeding after sex having had a total hysterectomy four years ago Have been doing a lot of heavy manual work over past month Could overwork have caused this to happen?
The best advice to you is to go see your doctor. Massive bleeding is not something you want to ignore. Ever.
Total hysterectomy (removal of uterus and cervix) does not remove the ovaries or fallopian tubes and therefore these will still produce eggs and menses.
No. A total hysterectomy with salpingo oopherectomy means they remove everything and they don't transplant uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries from people.
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.
There are several types of hysterectomy. Hysterectomy is removal of uterus. Total hysterectomy is uterus and cervix. Additionally the fallopian tubes (salpingo) and ovaries (oopherectomy) may be removed so, a total hysterectomy with unilateral(one) or bilateral (both) salpingo oopherectomy would be all the reproductive organs apart from the vagina. Radical hysterectomy also removes lymph nodes when cancer has spread beyond the fallopian tubes.
Yes, and even after a total hysterectomy, even though the uterus won't be involved.
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… Read More
Hysterectomy = uterus. Total hysterectomy = uterus and cervix. If fallopian tubes and /or ovaries removed then this is salpingo/oopherectomy either one (unilateral) or both (bilateral)
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.
Yes it is providing a total hysterectomy is performed which is the removal of uterus and cervix. A hysterectomy itself (removall of the uterus) will Not prevent cervical cancer.
Total Abdominal Hysterectomy
No. In a total hysterectomy both ovaries are removed meaning that the body will not be able to produce any level of estrogen or progesterone
A hysterectomy is only the removal of the uterus, A total hysterectomy also removes the cervix. The ovaries if not taken out (oopherectomy) will remain and function as normal until menopause.
Total hysterectomy normally refer to complete removal of the uterus and sometimes include the ovaries (oophorectomy). Partial hysterectomy normally leave the cervix behind. The cervix in the part of the uterus visible from the vagina and the opening of the uterus to the outside.
If total then it is where the uterus and cervix of female is removed by incision through the stomach so that surgeon can access the abdominal cavity. If just a hysterectomy then it is only the uterus removed.
Yes if you do not have an oopherectomy ( removal of ovaries) Hysterectomy is only the removal of uterus. Total hysterectomy is removal of uterus and cervix (usually to prevent cervical cancer or its threat)
Total abdominal hysterectomy is often abbreviated TAH. Total Laproscopic Hysterectomy is abbreviated to TLH. If both Fallopian tubes (slapingo) and ovaries are removed then this is a Bilateral Salpingo oopherectomy or BSO. Thus a combination of above would be TAHBSO or TKHBSO.
A a partial (total) hysterectomy only removes the uterus and cervix then you will still be subject to ovarian cysts.
Like other females, 80-90% of females with a hysterectomy will have no symptoms from chlamydia. If a woman with a total hysterectomy has chlamydia, she may be infected in the urethra and may have painful urination.
if your question is regarding cervical cancer then only a total hysterectomy which removes the uterus and cervix would prevent cervical cancer. A hysterectomy leaves the cervix in place.
Total Abdominal Hysterectomy with Left Salpingo-Oophorectomy
Total hysterectomy is the removal of the uterus and cervix and bilateral (both) salpingo (fallopian tubes) and oopherectomy (ovaries) by way of abdominal lateral or horizontal incision,
TAHBSO. Total abdominal hysterectomy bilateral salpingo oopherectomy is removal of uterus,cervix.fallopian tubes and ovaries via an abdominal incision. rather than laprscopally
Depends on type. Abdominal 45-60 minutes, Vaginal 50 - 65 mins. Laproscopic 60-80 minutes on average. These are only averages and my wife had a laproscopic total with BSO which took 2 hrs including 75 minutes in recovery room.
Hysterectomy is only the removal of uterus and you therefore can get cervical cancer, you should continue with pap tests. If you mean a total hysterectomy then both uterus and cervix are removed and cervical cancer is eliminated.