Will I still go through menopause with a partial hysterectomy?
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 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.
Part 1 Can you still produce eggs after a hysterectomy if you still have your ovaries. Can you then use those eggs for invitro How long after your hysterectomy are your ovaries still producing eggs.?
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 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)
A hysterectomy only removes the uterus and cervix. The ovaries remain in place, still prone to cysts.* * The only way to prevent this would be an oophorectomy (surgical removal of the ovaries). Unfortunately, this causes the immediate onset of menopause, and is the reason that it isn't done as a matter of course.
No, well I had a partial hysterectomy and and I still get very lubricated, I heard a lot of women also have trouble having organism, I have not had any trouble. I wonder if a lot of women get bored with there partners, I have been with the same partner for 19 years, but still no trouble getting wet or reaching organism.
Will you still go through the change of life even have done so earlier in life from having a complete hysterectomy?
The change of life is usually referred to as the menopause which the average woman goew through at 51. After this time the ovaries gradually reduce the estrogen output to a lower level. As such the ovaries are still active so unless you have them removed with you hysterectomy (salpingo oopherectomy) then there should be no change in your naural progression of estrogen reduction.
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 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.
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.
You had hodgkin's disease 10 years ago was diagnosed as gone through early menopause a year later now for the past 2 years you have been having irregular periods so have you gone through the menopause?
A hysterectomy is removal of the uterus (womb). Total hysterectomy is removal of cervix as well as womb. If fallopian tubes are removed this is a salpingomectomy. If Ovaries are removed the this is ooopherectomy. So it depends on what your quetion is. If you are talking about a plain ot total hysterectomy then you will no longer have a uterus and therefore will be unable to bear children. You will still menstruate and your…
Yes, a woman can still get her period after having a tubal ligation. The only ting that a tubal ligation does is stop you from ovulating. The only way you stop having your period is by either going through menopause, having a hysterectomy, or another medical condition that stops you from having your period.
It depends on what kind of hysterectomy you get. If it's an abdominal hysterectomy,no.They cut it out through your stomach.If it's a vaginal hysterectomy,the take it out through the vagina,but I still don't think pubic hair would be a factor. Unless your doctor told you to,I would wait until you got to the hospital.Sometimes they shave you there.