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Hysterectomies are typically performed to treat cancer, chronic pain, or heavy bleeding that has not been controlled with less invasive methods.
Depending on your condition, your surgeon will remove some or all of your uterus and possibly additional parts of your...
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If you have been diagnosed with a condition that requires a hysterectomy, you likely have a lot of questions about the procedure, your recovery, and your long-term health.
Hysterectomy is major surgery so in this article we look at the...
Are you struggling with pelvic floor symptoms consuming your thoughts and interfering with your quality of life?
Are you considering surgery as an option?
Recently I wrote an article about my Pelvic Surgery Success program discussing my personal journey of deciding to have surgery for...
Menopause often brings changes in a woman’s pelvic floor function.
The pelvic floor muscles can be weak, overstretched, slow to work, too tight or torn just like the other muscles of your body.
When the pelvic floor weakens it can lead to pelvic organ prolapse, where one or more organs...
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I have experienced a stage 2 rectocele that I lived with for 9 years. I tried everything to manage it but, in the end, chose surgery because my quality of life was suffering.
I had a very successful outcome and I know that a big reason for that...
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Walking after prolapse surgery helps with physical recovery. It will reduce the risk of postoperative complications.
When can you start walking?
Walking after prolapse surgery is the exercise of choice for most women.
While you are still in the...