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Effect of Hysterectomy on Female Sexual Function by Dr. Jennifer Berman Medical Doctor Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 3:48am 12 Comments By Jacqueline N. Murrell, MD, Jennifer R. Berman, MD Robert Weiss, MD, Laura Berman, PhD, Sheila R. Keane, MA, Mary Christina Zierack MA, Trudy Van Hooten, PhD, Irwin Goldstien, MD, and Phillip Stubblefield, MD: Sexuality is a crucial component of the general health and well being of women. It is a central part of their body image, self-esteem, rel ... Read on »
Malpractice defense: Left Ureter Kinked During Hysterectomy by David W. Patient Expert Posted Wed 03 Nov 2010 11:23am In addition to my consulting work and writing the Health Business Blog , I’m chairman of the board of Advanced Practice Strategies (APS), a medical risk management firm that provides litigation support for malpractice defense and an eLearning curriculum focused on enhancing patient safety. To learn more contact: Timothy ... Read on »
Malpractice defense: Hysterectomy Leading to Vesicovaginal Fistula by David W. Patient Expert Posted Tue 24 Nov 2009 10:00pm In addition to my consulting work and writing the Health Business Blog, I’m chairman of the board of Advanced Practice Strategies, a medical risk management firm that provides litigation support for malpractice defense and an eLearning curriculum focused on enhancing patient safety. Here’s the Advanced Practice Strategies case of the month. Fo ... Read on »
Hysterectomy Facts by Cathy T. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 3:36pm 1 Comment -- Approximately 300 out of every 100,000 women will undergo a hysterectomy. -- hysterectomy is surgery to take out a woman’s uterus -- Other organs (cervix, ovaries, and fallopian tubes) might also be removed if you have severe problems such as endometriosis or cancer. -- Whether or not the ovaries are removed depends ... Read on »
Hysterectomy Post-Op: Mom Thinks She's Funny by Dysautonomic Posted Thu 09 May 2013 7:10am This involves information about female reproductive organs and even a few lines about bladders thrown in for good measure. So...just warning you. It's also not clever or funny - I apologize for that. I also apologize for the really weird formatting going on in this post. Blogger is being wonky. ... Read on »
Hysterectomy Linked to Higher Risk of Renal Cell Carcinoma (via Sleep Apnea?) by Dr. Steven P. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 29 Dec 2010 5:22am I just happened to come across a study that showed that hysterectomy is associated with a higher risk of developing renal cell carcinoma. Furthermore, undergoing a hysterectomy at an earlier age increases your chances of renal cell carcinoma even more. There was also a small, but significant increase in the rate of bladder cancer. At first gla ... Read on »
Demystifying Hysterectomy Part III: Risks and Benefits by Dr Nicoll Posted Mon 17 May 2010 12:00am Having a hysterectomy means that you will no longer have the ability to bear children.  It also means you should no longer experience menstrual bleeding (although you may experience other cyclic changes depending upon whether you still have ovaries).  Hysterectomy alone (ie without removal of or damage to the ovaries) does not result in ... Read on »
Monday Medical News - Endometriosis After Hysterectomy by Jamee .. Posted Mon 22 Mar 2010 5:17am As Endometriosis Awareness Month draws to a close, I just had to post an article related to endometriosis & hysterectomies. The past two weeks I have found myself doing A LOT of research for personal reasons as once again my endo symptoms have returned (even though I am almost 2 year post-hysterectomy). I knew that my hyst was not a cure and ... Read on »
Elective C-Section - Would you do it? by Michelle H. Patient Expert Posted Tue 03 Mar 2009 2:18pm By Michelle Kennedy Hogan It’s the latest thing. As fashionable as Kabbalah, without all the studying. Madonna did it. So did Elizabeth Hurley. Cesarean section by choice has become almost a fad of sorts. Do Yoga at 8 a.m. Have your baby at 10 a.m. It not only fits your schedule, but your doctor’s and you get the added benefit of avoiding anyt ... Read on »
Serious Complications with Surgical Mesh Used in Bladder Suspension Surgery by Jill O. Patient ExpertHealth Impact Award Posted Tue 21 Oct 2008 2:19pm FDA Public Health Notification: Serious Complications Associated with Transvaginal Placement of Surgical Mesh in Repair of Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Stress Urinary Incontinence Issued: October 20, 2008 Dear Healthcare Practitioner: This is to alert you to complications associated with transvaginal placement of surgical mesh to treat Pelv ... Read on »