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Hysterectomy

A Hysterectomy can be complete or partial. A partial hysterectomy is when just the uterus is removed and a complete hysterectomy is when the uterus and ovaries are removed. There can be many reasons women have hysterecotomies and varying degrees of side effects. As with every part of our health, every woman has different needs based on her health. Understanding the short term and long term effects of a hysterectomy is important. 

Natural Menopause

Or should we say.. Ooph(erectomy) there they aren’t?! An oopherectomy is when one or both of your ovaries are removed. This can be because of things like cysts, ectopic pregnancy, or cancer. If you’re of reproductive age this can be heart breaking, as it seems conceiving a child is almost impossible.  is In the case of life threatening 

Ovaries are the main produces of our active sex hormones. Hello Oestrogen, Progesterone and testosterone. If you think about your ovaries like your kidneys, you can still function and have good hormone function with just one ovary. However when both are removed, most of our hormone production is lost overnight, your body enters menopause overnight, instead of the natural slow progressive loss of hormone production that happens over 1-8 years as we naturally age. 

Surgical Menopause

More common in women who are younger, typically in their 40’s. Following surgical removal of both ovaries and the uterus, there is a sudden drop in hormone levels. The sudden drop makes these women more vulnerable to negative effects of low/depleted hormones, such as; increased risk of heart disease, cognitive decline, osteoporosis and possible premature death. 

Ooph there it is!

Or should we say.. Ooph(erectomy) there they aren’t?! An oopherectomy is when one or both of your ovaries are removed. This can be because of things like cysts, ectopic pregnancy, or cancer. If you’re of reproductive age this can be heart breaking, as it seems conceiving a child is almost impossible.  is In the case of life threatening 

Ovaries are the main produces of our active sex hormones. Hello Oestrogen, Progesterone and testosterone. If you think about your ovaries like your kidneys, you can still function and have good hormone function with just one ovary. However when both are removed, most of our hormone production is lost overnight, your body enters menopause overnight, instead of the natural slow progressive loss of hormone production that happens over 1-8 years as we naturally age. 

Reasons for a Hysterectomy

There can be many different reasons for getting a hysterectomy ranging from removing life threatening cancer to painful 

Effects of a Hysterectomy

Or should we say.. Ooph(erectomy) there they aren’t?! An oopherectomy is when one or both of your ovaries are removed. This can be because of things like cysts, ectopic pregnancy, or cancer. If you’re of reproductive age this can be heart breaking, as it seems conceiving a child is almost impossible.  is In the case of life threatening 

Ovaries are the main produces of our active sex hormones. Hello Oestrogen, Progesterone and testosterone. If you think about your ovaries like your kidneys, you can still function and have good hormone function with just one ovary. However when both are removed, most of our hormone production is lost overnight, your body enters menopause overnight, instead of the natural slow progressive loss of hormone production that happens over 1-8 years as we naturally age. 

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PhD Neuroscience and Nuclear Medicine. Integrative nutritionist

Dr. Lisa mosconi

Hysterectomies are the second most common surgery among women in the United States, and the most common cause of early menopause. 

Types of Hysterectomies

Partial: When your uterus is removed and one or both of your ovaries are left. 

Complete: When the uterus and both ovaries are removed

Long term Effects of a Hyesterectomy

Hormone Replacement Therapy?

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