Hysterectomy Articles

  • women hysterectomy

For Those Women That Have Had a Hysterectomy

Generally, many women who undergo a hysterectomy (but retain their ovaries) will experience changes in their hormones, even though they still have ovarian function. Some won't note any differences following their hysterectomy, whereas others will immediately notice significant symptomatology of menopause, even [...]

2017-09-24T23:36:27-05:00By |
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MRI Focused Ultrasound for Fibroids

MRI–guided ultrasound ablation for fibroids MRI-guided high-intensity ultrasound (MRgFUS), otherwise known as high–intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU),  has become a wonderful new addition developed as a noninvasive treatment modality for uterine fibroids. MRgFUS/HIFU actually uses high-intensity focused ultrasound beams to heat and obliterate [...]

2017-09-24T23:39:17-05:00By |
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Fibroids and Myomectomy

Myomectomy For Problematic Fibroids Myomectomy involves uterine resection, which is the removal of a fibroid and a small portion of the uterus where the fibroid is attached. Successful myomectomy requires a highly skilled GYN surgeon. The primary goal of myomectomy is to [...]

2017-09-24T23:48:34-05:00By |
  • alternatives hysterectomy

Alternatives to Hysterectomy

If you have the option to forego a hysterectomy, it’s important for you to know that, with hormonal support and changes in lifestyle, there are many alternatives to explore that can take care of heavy bleeding, endometriosis, fibroids, and even polyps. Current [...]

2017-09-24T23:52:42-05:00By |
  • hormonal management options

Medical Hormonal Management Options

For women with fibroids, heavy bleeding, or endometriosis If you suffer from symptomatic fibroids, heavy bleeding or endometriosis, you might be able to avoid a hysterectomy with the right medical management and care. For those who cannot avoid hysterectomy, therapeutic and medical [...]

2017-09-25T00:14:07-05:00By |
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