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Seven Major Drawbacks on Hysterectomy, Please Be Aware

Hysterectomy is a common surgical procedure in obstetrics and gynaecology. According to statistics, there are 90 million hysterectomy cases every year in the world, of these, 32% are due to adenomyosis.

 

When some women are tortured by dysmenorrhea caused by adenomyosis, they will think of the doctor's advice of removing the uterus, but do you really understand the consequences of uterus removal?

 

1. Premature climacteric (Early menopause)

 

Hysterectomy not only destroys the endocrine dynamic balance between the premenopausal uterus and the ovary, but also causes the ovarian function to decline. Because the ovarian blood supply is quite partly from the ascending branch of the uterine artery, although the hysterectomy preserves the ovarian tissue as much as possible, but due to the ligation of adjacent blood vessels, it will still affect the blood supply of the ovary, thereby reducing the ovarian function, so that serum estrogen levels plummeted, making menopausal symptoms appear significantly earlier.

 

 

2. Loss of libido

 

Most women will experience varying degrees of sexual decline after hysterectomy, mainly as: lack of sexual desire, reduced sexual life, difficulty in orgasm.

 

3. Cardiovascular risk and risk of osteoporosis

 

Women who have had their uterus removed are three times more likely to have heart disease than women who have not. Women who have had their ovaries removed are 7 times more likely to have heart disease than women who have not.

 

4. Shape change

 

When the hysterectomy is performed, the four ligaments that fix the uterus are cut off, so that the abnormal movement of the bones and organs in the pelvis of the woman can be widened, thereby affecting the structure of the buttocks, the lower back, and the bones. Dislocation of the pelvis results in compression of the spine.

 

 

5. Urinary incontinence, chronic constipation, and fecal incontinence

 

After hysterectomy, the support function of the pelvic floor is weakened, and the loss of sensation due to pelvic nerve resection may lead to urinary incontinence, chronic constipation, and fecal incontinence.

 

6. Pain that cannot be relieved

Many women's neural pathways produce a permanent, severe pain. Pain spreads from the waist, through the buttocks to the back of the knee, making it painful to sit or walk.

 

7. Psychological changes

 

 

Some women will feel that they are "half woman" after removing the uterus. They have obvious personality changes, depression, or inferiority, and even suicidal thoughts.

 

The uterus is an important body organ for women.In addition to being the cradle of life, it plays a very important role in the beauty and confidence building of women. Removal of the uterus will bring a series of problems such as premature aging, endocrine disorders and so on.

 

Therefore, please do not think about having your uterus removed unless you have to.If you have adenomyosis, you can treat it by orally taking Traditional Chinese medicine Fuyan Pill. Atractylodes in the formula of can strengthen spleen and clear off dampness, safflower can activating blood circulation and inducing menstruation, dissolving phlegm and relieving pain.

 

A variety of medicinal ingredients are combined to achieve menstrual regulation and treatment of dysmenorrhea, thereby achieving the effect of treating adenomyosis.

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