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Menopause Hysterectomy

Menopause Hysterectomy

When there are complications with a woman’s reproductive organs, sometimes a hysterectomy is needed. Those who benefit from such a major surgery include women who are suffering from endometriosis, premalignancies, adenomyosis, chronic pelvic pain, excessive uterine fibroids or a prolapsed uterus. When a woman undergoes a hysterectomy, her uterus is removed and it might also include the cervix, one or both of her ovaries and/or her fallopian tubes. It can be performed either though the abdominal wall or vagina.


Hysterectomy and Menopause complications

Some women think that a hysterectomy will help them skip the frustrating and distressing side effects that come with menopause, but in some cases it actually makes their body undergo it instead, bringing on more severe symptoms. When a woman has to have a full hysterectomy that removes both of her ovaries, menopause will start right after the surgery, no matter the woman’s age. A woman will start to experience menopause symptoms, such as vaginal dryness, hot flashes, mood swings and more as soon as they are done with the procedure. To help lessen the severity of these menopause symptoms, doctors usually place women who have had a hysterectomy on hormone replacements.  Most women are not told that hormone replacement therapy or “HRT” can come with some serious side effects, nor are they told of Herbal Compounds that can work even better.


Partial Hysterectomy and Menopause symptoms

A woman who undergoes a partial hysterectomy that leaves her with one or both of her ovaries, doesn’t have to worry about going through premature menopause. Even though she might not have a period anymore, her ovary (or ovaries) will still produce estrogen, which means she’ll go through menopause around the average age as other women.

No two women who have had a hysterectomy will experience menopause the same way. Some women will have severe symptoms right after their hysterectomy, while others might not experience them that severely. The main symptom that women experience after a hysterectomy is hot flashes and that’s because of the reduced estrogen levels in her body. Many find relieve by exercising regularly, maintaining a healthy lifestyle and wearing cool, light and breathable items to keep their body cool.

 

Post Hysterectomy Treatment - 6 Herbs

 

 

Symptoms of Menopause have been treated for thousands of years with herbs bringing Natural Menopause Relief successfully! Virtuous has 6 herbs proven to treat every symptom of menopause. 

Virtuous has been developed to naturally relief the symptoms of menopause. Black Cohosh for Estrogen Levels, Menopause Transition Support.  Tribulus and Damiana enhances libido, stamina and supports the nervous system releiving anxiety.  Panax Ginseng helps mental fog, balances stress and supports memory.  Working together in synergy with Dong Quai for the balancing of estrogen, treating anemia and increasing circulation.  Pomegranate Rind is used to prevent leucorrhoea. In addition, it has been observed to increase endurance.

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