Fibroids After Hysterectomy

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Cure Fibroids - Naturally

Author: Gillian Bowles

Women diagnosed with fibroids are often offered limited choices by traditional medicine, normally involving surgery or drugs. However, there is a natural alternative that involves bringing the most potent healing system know to man to bear on the underlying causes of your fibroids.

The one question a traditional doctor cannot answer is "why do I have fibroids?" though thankfully there are an increasing number of more progressive doctors who are becoming aware of techniques that can help answer that question.

The trouble is; that getting to the answer involves the one thing most doctors cannot give you - time.

Those who are familiar with the mind body link will not be surprised to know that fibroids are strongly associated with some specific traumas that affect women in a unique way. When the history of a woman with fibroids is examined, it is common to find at least one and often more than one of these traumas lurking in her past.

Whilst there are a number of dietary and lifestyle changes that can help shrink fibroids, the key to getting rid of your fibroids forever is dealing with the underlying cause, tackling and resolving the emotional issues and trauma from the past.

Stop Fibroids

Current medical treatments for fibroids involve dealing with or relieving the symptoms. Unfortunately that can never cure fibroids because the underlying cause can still be there and sadly the final medical solution is often surgical removal or even a hysterectomy.

Cutting out parts of our body is rarely an effective solution as it provides just another thing that our body has to heal from.

Now I realize that most people would rather pull their own teeth than tackle those issues that are lying buried deep in their psyche. People often prefer to hand over responsibility for their healing to strangers rather than deal with or look for a more holistic solution. Even though mind body medicine has become increasingly mainstream many people simply do not know or cannot see that there is an established connection between our psychology and our biology. Often the location of the condition is a key indicator of the nature of the cause.

Once the process is started it gets easier and easier. It helps to have guidance or a friend to help you go through the process with you. The extra bonus is that not only can your fibroids be cured but many other aspects of your life get healed bringing a new sense of joy and optimism to life.

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Gillian is an internationally renowned metaphysical teacher and author of "How To Cure Your Fibroids Naturally". She cured her own fibroid naturally without surgery or drugs.

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10 Responses to Fibroids After Hysterectomy

  1. Renie says:

    Is hysterectomy after menopause the best answer for hormone therapy when you have uterine fibroids?
    I have uterine fibroids and have gone through menopause. I desperately need HRT but due to uterine fibroids my doctor recomends hysteroctomy. I have also had steph infections in the urinary tract due to enlarged uterus. My urologists also recomends hysterectomy.

    • i ♥ hershey ♥♥♥♥♥ says:

      if you have both doctors telling you the same thing then I say go for it ~ i never made it to menopause I had a hyst 8 years ago & all though it was a little mind boggling for me I made it through just fine & I did do hrt for about 1 month & quit due to the high risk of heart attack & stroke & death ~but I am fine without it & have no strange hair growing any where so I did well i do believe♦

  2. CherrySplendor says:

    What happens to a woman after having a hysterectomy?
    My mother is about to undergo a hysterectomy because of fibroids. What will happen after to her. What should I expect. I mean I will be there for her but are there any psychological effects that might happen, any changes to the body? Please let me know, thanks.
    fadded, my mother isnt a b!tch and watch your mouth. If you’re not going to answer the question with a real and sincere answer then beat it.
    Thanks for your real kind answers. I appreciate it.
    The doctor said she has large fibroids and it has to be done. I am worried. but i know she will be ok once they are removed.

    • purple says:

      Hysterectomy patients may have a fever during recovery, and some may develop a mild bladder infection or wound infection. If an infection occurs, it can usually be treated with antibiotics. Less often, women may require a blood transfusion before surgery because of anemia or during surgery for blood loss. Complications related to anesthesia might also occur, especially for women who smoke, are obese, or have serious heart or lung disease.

      As with any major abdominal or pelvic operation, serious complications such as blood clots, severe infection, adhesions, postoperative (after surgery) hemorrhage, bowel obstruction or injury to the urinary tract can happen. Rarely, even death can occur.

      In addition to the direct surgical risks, there may be longer-term physical and psychological effects, potentially including depression and loss of sexual pleasure. If the ovaries are removed along with the uterus prior to menopause (change of life), there is an increased risk of osteoporosis and heart disease as well. These will be discussed later along with possible treatments.

      In making a decision, you should also consider that a hysterectomy is not reversible. After a hysterectomy, you will no longer be able to bear children and you will no longer menstruate. You need to think about the impact these changes would have on you.

      Some women report having a strong emotional reaction, or feeling down, after a hysterectomy. Most feel better after a few weeks, but some women do feel depressed for a long time. Other women experience a feeling of relief after a hysterectomy.

      Every person reacts differently, and reactions are a combination of emotional and physical responses. We still have much to learn about the effects of hysterectomy on sexual function
      and a few mood swings which hormone theropy will help with that.

  3. Capt83 says:

    Lack of or sex after Hysterectomy Men perspective please?
    I am curious at how many other men have found there marriage became either completely sexless or very little sex after wife had hysterectomy. Have been going through many old posts and most talk about how great sex is after they have had it done but very few from a male point of view about the drop off or complete lack of any form of sexual relationship with wife after surgery.

    I have to say that probably was for the best that wife got it because of fibroids and other issues but pretty much ended our sex life.

    • Bivi_pc says:

      Plenty of woman who have hysterectomies go through this. Some woman deep down inside feel like they are not “woman” anymore because of the fact that they can’t have babies anymore. I am not saying this is your wife’s case.When I was going to school for medical interpreting my teacher explained it to me that it’s called hysterectomy from a latin word “histeria” which means that back in the day when woman would get this procedure done they would go bananas with their depression and would not want to have sex. (I hope I explained it well)

  4. tt553 says:

    Depressed after hysterectomy?
    I had a hysterectomy last month for fibroids and bleeding that couldn’t be controlled. I hadn’t even consider having kids before surgery but now that the option has been taken away I feel lost and angry. I can’t shake feeling depressed and I end up crying all the time. I’m hoping that I will feel better when I can return to work to take my mind off of it. I still have my ovaries, however maybe they’re in shock from surgery? Am I just hormonal?

    • Brutally Honest says:

      You should ask your surgeon for a referral to a therapist. Post-hysterectomy depression is fairly common; it’s completely psychological for all the reasons you’ve just mentioned.

      So DO get in to talk to someone….you’ll be fine, but you’ll be better sooner if you can see someone to help you through it.

  5. Trae says:

    Does anyone know how long it takes for the swelling to go down after an abdominal hysterectomy?
    I had a total abdominal hysterectomy about a week ago. Everything removed minus the ovaries and my stomach is still sticking out. It has me concerned. My mental state is excellent but my stomach looks like I’m pregnant. I had 6 fibroids and my Gynecologist told me that my uterus was the size of a woman who was 4 to 5 months pregnant. Help!

    • dingydebee says:

      I had the same procedure about 2 weeks ago and the swelling did start to go down after about a week. I do still have some swelling which feels like a knot in my abdomen, which the doctor said was normal. I had 1 18 centimeter fibroid. I seriously have lost a whole pant size and about 5 lbs since surgery. Just give it time and get lots of rest.

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