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If they are worried at all about cancer, they will want to go through the abdomen. Otherwise they can generally cut everything into pieces and pull it out through the vagina.

If they have to go through the abdomen, any decent surgeon will go through a bikini-line scar through the abdomen.

They couldn't give me any good odds about the vaginal route, so I had a plastic surgeon do the abdominal incision and give me a tummy tuck while they were at it. My female organs weighed two lbs and the extra skin and fat only weighed 1/2 lb but now I have a flat tummy!

I was not advisor that you requested but perhaps the information is not all bad. ; )

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Has anyone on here have a hyst where they went in vaginally? I am seriously considering a hyst due to my endometriosis and adenomyosis. However, my uterus is enlarged due to the adeno, so I am afraid they'll have to go in through the abdomen. I'm ok with them going thru my c-section scar if they have to. I just don't want them to have to make a new, vertical incision. :(

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Thank you.

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Best wishes for the best possible outcome from your Hyster.

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I had a hysterectomy due to a huge fibroid five weeks ago, and all went well. I got the all clear from the doctor today. The operation itself wasn't so bad, except for my reaction to the anesthesia had me throwing up for ten hours, despite Zofran. The pain was like Freddy Kruger reached in me and that was only bad for about a week and a half. I was in as an outpatient overnight- not sure how that all works, but I'm glad I was there for the overnight. What a relief not having that fibroid disrupting my insides.

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Never trust autocorrect.

Irving TX
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It totally changed. Totally.

Louisville KY
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Yes, it feels different but I think it is from hormones. I often have a burning sensation. I'm still working on it a year and a half later. My friends said it was the best thing that ever happened to them do not everyone agrees.

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I was having minor spotting . Biopsy came back negative. Have scheduled surgery for Dec. 28th.I'm 99% sure this is the way to go. My biggest concern is does intercourse feel different after complete hysterectomy. I like the idea of no more concerns of cancer etc.. but I really like how i feel now and want to stay this way. Any one out there that has had this experience?

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Hugs trooperandpirategirl . :(

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