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Camilla set to have hysterectomy   -  Feb 12, 2007
The Duchess of Cornwall is to have a hysterectomy, officials at Clarence House have revealed. A statement described the surgery as "routine" and added that ... BBC News

Camilla 'doing well' after hysterectomy   -  Mar 6, 2007
By Daily Telegraph Correspondent. The Prince of Wales visited the Duchess of Cornwall in hospital yesterday as she recuperated from her hysterectomy, ... Telegraph.co.uk

Uterine Fibroids Hysterectomy - Uterine Fibroids Health Information -...   -  Jun 2, 2008
Hysterectomy is the surgical removal of the uterus. The ovaries may also be removed, although this is not necessary for fibroid treatment. ... New York Times

Study: Hysterectomy patients should keep their ovaries   -  Aug 1, 2005
WASHINGTON (AP) — Most women getting a hysterectomy should keep their ovaries because the common extra step of removing them seems to do no good and might ... USA TODAY - USA Today

Hysterectomy May Boost Incontinence Risk   -  Oct 26, 2007
By Amanda Gardner. THURSDAY, Oct. 25 (HealthDay News) -- Women who undergo hysterectomies for benign conditions more than double their risk of needing ... Washington Post

Hysterectomy complications differ by approach   -  Nov 26, 2008
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Compared with abdominal hysterectomy, vaginal and laparoscopy-assisted vaginal hysterectomies (LAVH) are associated with fewer ... Reuters UK

Hysterectomy plus ovary removal possibly harmful   -  Apr 25, 2009
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - During hysterectomy operations, surgeons often remove a woman's ovaries as well as her uterus. But new research suggests that ... Reuters India

Satisfaction After Fibroid Embolization Similar to Hysterectomy   -  Feb 27, 2008
By Serena Gordon. WEDNESDAY, Feb. 27 (HealthDay News) -- Women with fibroids face a myriad of choices for treatment, each with its own benefits and ... Washington Post

Mother wants disabled girl to have hysterectomy 'to give her a better...   -  Oct 8, 2007
A severely disabled teenager's womb may be removed to improve her quality of life, and not because it is medically necessary, in what is thought to be a ... Times Online

Hysterectomy through belly button leaves no scars   -  Aug 18, 2009
PTI 18 August 2009, 12:16am IST. LONDON: In a surgical feat, doctors have operated on a woman which they claim is the first hysterectomy in Europe through a ... Times of India

Type of Hysterectomy makes no difference in later sexual function   -  May 13, 2006
Washington, May 13 -- According to a new research conducted by Center for the Advancement of Health, New Zealand, women who undergo total hysterectomy, ... Pay-Per-View - Hindustan Times - Factiva, from Dow Jones

Is hysterectomy needed?   -  Sep 7, 2005
Samanthi, who is only 37, has been told that she requires a hysterectomy. She is in a state of panic. During a routine check-up, she was found to have a ... The Hindu

Hysterectomy on disabled US girl was illegal   -  May 9, 2007
A hysterectomy performed on a severely disabled American child to keep her sexually immature and comfortable was illegal, an investigation found on Tuesday. ... New Scientist

Total hysterectomy can kill joy of sex; Routine removal of cervix...   -  Jan 20, 2006
Over the holidays, a local doctor sent me a copy of a recent study on sexual function and type of hysterectomy published in the 2005 Journal of Obstetrics ... Pay-Per-View - Toronto Star - ProQuest Archiver

Well-being similar after total or partial hysterectomy   -  Feb 5, 2010
By Amy Norton. NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Women who have a hysterectomy for non-cancerous conditions seem to fare similarly well in terms of psychological ... Reuters UK

… Benefits of Minimally Invasive Hysterectomy and Colectomy When …   -  Oct 26, 2009
One study compared two types of minimally invasive hysterectomy procedures ... Among the three methods of hysterectomy, open abdominal hysterectomy remains ... Bizjournals.com

… , less pain ; New techniques replacing hysterectomy for many...   -  Mar 2, 2005
Jody Lucchesi, a 45-year-old mother of two from Algonquin, had a subtotal hysterectomy in November. Her doctor told her she needed a total hysterectomy for ... Pay-Per-View - Chicago Tribune - ProQuest Archiver

Parents Defend Hysterectomy, Growth-Stunting of Disabled Girl   -  Mar 13, 2008
SEATTLE, Wash. — Parents of a severely disabled Washington state girl who underwent a hysterectomy, breast surgery and medical procedures to stunt her ... FOXNews

After Hysterectomy, Estrogen May Help Heart   -  Feb 14, 2006
By DENISE GRADY. A new report suggests that for women who have had hysterectomies, taking estrogen does not increase the risk of heart disease and may even ... New York Times

BBC NEWS | Health | Medical notes | Hysterectomy   -  Feb 12, 2007
A hysterectomy is a major surgical procedure. It always involves removal of the uterus, but can also include the removal of other parts of the genital tract ... BBC News

Hysterectomy - Surgery Procedures & Risks - NY Times Health …   -  Feb 19, 2009
A hysterectomy is surgery to remove a woman's uterus. It may be done through an incision (cut) in either the abdomen (belly) or the vagina. ... New York Times

Is hysterectomy needed?   -  Nov 9, 2005
Samanthi, who is only 37, has been told that she requires a hysterectomy. She is in a state of panic. During a routine check-up, she was found to have a ... The Hindu

Caesarean mothers triple hysterectomy risk for next pregnancy   -  Jan 2, 2008
By JENNY HOPE. Mothers who have a Caesarean birth more than triple their risk of needing a hysterectomy after their next pregnancy, British researchers warn ... Daily Mail

Hysterectomy cases should be rare and a last resort, says Nice   -  Jan 24, 2007
By Celia Hall. Doctors should only perform hysterectomies as a last resort when drug treatments have failed, a Government advisory agency has ruled. ... Telegraph.co.uk

… on Alternatives to Total Hysterectomy - Barbara Kantrowitz -...   -  Feb 26, 2009
A look at the latest research into when women should get hysterectomies and how the life-altering procedure should be done. ... Newsweek

Mother found she was pregnant moments before hysterectomy   -  Feb 18, 2006
A woman who endured years of heartache trying to conceive, today spoke of her shock at discovering she was pregnant moments before she was due to have a ... Daily Mail

When does hysterectomy go too far?   -  Aug 15, 2005
Obviously, if a woman has uterine cancer, it makes sense to remove the uterus. Yet more than 90% of hysterectomies in the U.S. are not done because of ... Pay-Per-View - Los Angeles Times - ProQuest Archiver

Hysterectomy: Spare Ovaries, Boost Health?   -  Apr 21, 2009
...(WebMD) Ovary removal during a hysterectomy is often done to reduce the risk of ovarian cancer . But doing so also boosts the risk of heart disease and ... CBS News

No clear benefit of ovary removal with hysterectomy   -  Jul 16, 2008
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - While it is common for women undergoing a hysterectomy to also have their healthy ovaries removed, there is no clear evidence ... Canada.com

Is hysterectomy associated with an increase in the symptoms of...   -  Nov 30, 2006
Correspondence Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Loyola University Medical Center, Room 1004-B, Building 103, 2160 S. First Avenue, Maywood, ... Nature.com

Hysterectomy performed too often   -  Aug 8, 2005
By Judy Foreman, Globe Staff | August 8, 2005. Last week, California researchers dropped a bombshell when they reported that the routine practice of taking ... Boston Globe

'I missed my smear tests and ended up having a hysterectomy...'   -  Jan 25, 2010
SINGLE mum Ceri Harris had a hysterectomy in her early 30s after missing several smear tests. Ceri, 36, who lives in Porth, was first diagnosed with some ... WalesOnline

Are Hysterectomies Too Common?   -  Jul 17, 2007
More than 600000 American women this year will undergo a hysterectomy, ... Doctors have long turned to hysterectomy as a treatment for conditions that range ... TIME

… on Alternatives to Total Hysterectomy - Barbara Kantrowitz -...   -  Apr 30, 2009
If your doctor suggests a hysterectomy for you, here are some questions to ask, suggested by Dr. Denise Jamieson, medical officer in the division of ... Newsweek

Woman was 'robbed of motherhood by a needless hysterectomy'   -  Sep 1, 2008
By Daily Mail Reporter. A mother-of-two is unable to have more children after doctors allegedly bungled a simple operation that resulted in a hysterectomy. ... Daily Mail

Hospitals fined in patient injuries, death   -  Jan 28, 2010
Western Medical Center: Last March, a woman underwent an emergency Caesarean section and hysterectomy. Over the next few days, the patient experienced an ... msnbc.com

Laparoscopic hysterectomy less painful; Minimally invasive procedure ...   -  Dec 7, 2006
Minimally invasive surgical procedures are now becoming the standard of care for many common problems. Minimally invasive surgery is a collection of ... Pay-Per-View - Charlotte Observer - Factiva, from Dow Jones

The Pillow Angel Case--Three Bioethicists Weigh In   -  Jan 5, 2007
I have more difficulty with measures such as hysterectomy--an intervention with more risk and more discomfort to the patient--in order to avoid having to ... Scientific American

Hysterectomy camp held   -  Apr 28, 2009
ALLAHABAD: In the two-day Day Care Hysterectomy camp organized at Jeevan Jyoti Hospital here in association with The Times of India, 35 women successfully ... Times of India

Surgical Alternatives to Hysterectomy   -  Jun 2, 2008
A myomectomy surgically removes only the fibroids and leaves the uterus intact, often preserving fertility. Myomectomy may also help regulate abnormal ... New York Times

South Carolina hospital to webcast hysterectomy.   -  Nov 29, 2005
Nov. 29--The star of this reality program won't get a record contract, a remodeled house or a nose job -- but everyone hopes she'll be happy nonetheless. ... Free with registration - The State - AccessMyLibrary.com

Jade Goody tells GMTV she needs a hysterectomy to battle her cancer |...   -  Jan 21, 2010
By COLIN ROBERTSON. And for Jade Goody, jokes and hugs with her loving family are just what the doctor ordered as she prepares for the biggest battle of her ... The Sun

Hysterectomy rates have declined   -  Mar 21, 2007
By Martha Kerr. NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The overall rate of hysterectomies has declined substantially in the United States since 1965, although the rate ... Reuters UK

Removing Ovaries During Hysterectomy May Increase Risk of Early …   -  Sep 13, 2006
By LISA M. JONES, MD, ABC News Medical Unit. Each year about 600000 women in the United States undergo hysterectomies, the surgical removal of all or part ... ABC News

After the hysterectomy, her engine is revving   -  Mar 20, 2009
By Brian Alexander. Did a hysterectomy shift her libido into overdrive? Now that a wandering husband has returned, should his wife boost her intimate ... msnbc.com

Beyond Hysterectomy: Alternative Options for Heavy Bleeding   -  Oct 2, 2008
By CAROLYN SAYRE. Hysterectomy was the treatment of choice 20 years ago, but new options like the Mirena intrauterine device and medications often make ... New York Times

Multiple symptoms predict need for hysterectomy   -  Apr 19, 2007
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Three factors - numerous symptoms; a lack of symptom resolution; and the previous use of hormone treatment - can be used in a ... Reuters UK

Hysterectomy is not the only option for middle-aged women with heavy ...   -  Jan 7, 2006
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH. One in three women between the age of 40 and menopause suffer from heavy menstrual bleeding. Severe cramps, anemia and general ... Jerusalem Post

hysterectomy Removing ovarie ...   -  Aug 9, 2005
THIS STUDY used data from other studies to determine the life expectancy of women who did and did not have their ovaries removed when they had a ... Pay-Per-View - Washington Post - ProQuest Archiver

Women who keep ovaries during hysterectomy live longer, Nurses'...   -  May 5, 2009
By Robert Higgs. Each year, hundreds of thousands of women who undergo hysterectomies have their ovaries removed along with the uterus, a practice meant to ... Plain Dealer

'The effects stay with you forever'   -  Sep 12, 2008
Reality TV star Jade Goody is set to undergo a hysterectomy after being ... But when it comes to cancer, a hysterectomy is not as straightforward as it can ... BBC News

Jade Goody tells GMTV she needs a hysterectomy to battle her cancer |...   -  Jan 23, 2010
By COLIN ROBERTSON. And for Jade Goody, jokes and hugs with her loving family are just what the doctor ordered as she prepares for the biggest battle of her ... The Sun

Insurance companies slow to accept new hysterectomy technique.   -  Oct 27, 2005
For years, Derrell Edwards lived with constant back pain from a large benign tumor in her uterus. But when her doctor suggested having a hysterectomy _ the ... Free with registration - South Florida Sun - Sentinel - AccessMyLibrary.com

Hysterectomy alternative effective for bleeding   -  Dec 14, 2007
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - For women who need surgery for abnormal vaginal bleeding, both hysterectomy and a less-extensive alternative seem to be ... Reuters India

Three-minute hysterectomy declared safe   -  Mar 27, 2009
The so-called "three-minute hysterectomy" was officially declared safe for patients yesterday, raising the possibility that the high numbers of women who ... The Guardian

No clear benefit of ovary removal with hysterectomy   -  Jul 26, 2008
By Amy Norton. NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - While it is common for women undergoing a hysterectomy to also have their healthy ovaries removed, ... Reuters India

Hysterectomy Seems A Little Drastic .   -  Mar 30, 2006
...women, a wait-and-see appro appropriate, along with iron therapy to aid in new blood formation Although may control the hemorrhage, in my experience it ... Spokesman-Review - Google News Archive

… on Alternatives to Total Hysterectomy - Barbara Kantrowitz -...   -  Feb 26, 2009
A look at the latest research into when women should get hysterectomies and how the life-altering procedure should be done. ... Newsweek

Not Her Mother's Hysterectomy; When Her Plum-Size Fibroid Became a …   -  Oct 2, 2007
Except that the plum, over time, grew into an orange, then a grapefruit, a cantaloupe, and eventually, a honeydew melon. Last year, my gynecologist took off ... Pay-Per-View - Washington Post - ProQuest Archiver

Well-being similar after hysterectomy   -  Feb 6, 2010
New York: Women who have a hysterectomy for non-cancerous conditions seem to fare similarly well in terms of psychological well-being whether they have all ... Zee News

Hysterectomy is not the only option for middle-aged women with heavy ...   -  Jan 8, 2006
Hysterectomy is not the only option for middle-aged women with heavy periods ... find Jerusalem Post articles. JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH Jerusalem Post ... Pay-Per-View - Jerusalem Post - HighBeam Research

Plastic bullets saved woman from hysterectomy   -  Aug 31, 2005
...by ISLA WHITCROFT, Daily Mail. Josephine Silvester, a charity administrator from Wiltshire, was told at the age of 30 that a fibroid condition could stop ... Daily Mail

New hysterectomy procedure promises shorter hospital stay   -  Feb 6, 2009
New Delhi (PTI): Women suffering from menstrual complexities due to problems in the uterus and wanting to avoid surgery may get some relief with a new ... Hindu

Not Her Mother's Hysterectomy; When Her Plum-Size Fibroid Became a …   -  Oct 2, 2007
Not Her Mother's Hysterectomy; When Her Plum-Size Fibroid Became a Melon, She Sought An Easier Way to Have It Taken Out ... find The Washington Post ... Pay-Per-View - Washington Post - HighBeam Research

Teenager is refused hysterectomy   -  Jan 17, 2008
An NHS trust has ruled it will not allow a hysterectomy on a severely disabled girl to go ahead. Alison Thorpe, 45, said her 15-year-old daughter Katie, ... BBC News

Docs told woman to lose weight – she actually had cancer | The Sun | …   -  Jan 8, 2010
After battling to see a consultant, Julie was eventually diagnosed with late-stage ovarian cancer and needed aggressive chemo and a hysterectomy. ... The Sun

Hysterectomy inquiry reveals 25-year scandal of silence   -  Aug 15, 2006
A rogue consultant removed the wombs of 129 women because his work went unchallenged for almost a quarter of a century, according to a report into one of ... The Guardian

Women do have hysterectomy alternatives ; HEALTH & SCIENCE   -  Aug 12, 2005
Obviously, if a woman has uterine cancer, it makes sense to remove the uterus. Yet more than 90 percent of U.S. hysterectomies are not done because of ... Pay-Per-View - The Sun - ProQuest Archiver

Hysterectomy Alternative   -  Apr 3, 2009
..." I said to myself this can't be part of -- applause this is not right there's definitely something wrong. 49 year old -- malaria became alarmed when her ... FOXNews

The New York Times > Health > Slide Show > Hysterectomy > Slide 3 of 5   -  Aug 1, 2007
Hysterectomy is a very common operation. The uterus may be completely removed, partially removed, or may be removed with the tubes and ovaries. ... New York Times

Camilla to have hysterectomy   -  Jan 22, 2008
The Duchess of Cornwall was expected to undergo a hysterectomy operation at a private hospital in London today. Camilla, 59, arrived at the exclusive King ... The Guardian

Fibroids may be treated without hysterectomy   -  Jul 25, 2007
By David Douglas. NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Women with symptomatic uterine fibroid tumors, benign tumors inside the uterus that often cause heavy ... Reuters UK

Daily Times - Leading News Resource of Pakistan   -  Jan 10, 2010
Pre-post Evaluation of Depression and Anxiety in Patients Undergoing Mastectomy and Hysterectomy. He said that Alia Shah, a student of MSc in Psychology ... Daily Times

Camilla to have hysterectomy on Monday   -  Mar 3, 2007
The Duchess of Cornwall is to have her hysterectomy operation on Monday, sources revealed today. It is thought Camilla, 59, may be admitted to a private ... Daily Mail

Hysterectomy process promises faster cure   -  Nov 11, 2005
NEW DELHI, India, Nov 11 -- INDORE IS making a mark on the map of health care. The City would now join the league of a select few when it comes to vaginal ... Pay-Per-View - Hindustan Times - Factiva, from Dow Jones

Hysterectomy unrelated osteoporotic fractures   -  Aug 3, 2007
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Hysterectomy that includes the removal of the ovaries does not pose much of a long-term risk for fractures due to osteoporosis, ... Reuters UK

Hysterectomy alternative for DUB effective   -  Dec 28, 2007
CYPRESS, Calif., Dec. 28 (UPI) -- Endometrial ablation, a minimally invasive procedure, is effective as hysterectomy in treating "dysfunctional uterine ... UPI.com

… dies from 'million to one' reaction to anesthetic after routine...   -  Jul 8, 2009
A healthy mother died in hospital following a routine hysterectomy after warning signs that she was suffering liver failure went unheeded. ... Daily Mail

… ; Path to the truth included hysterectomy, transfusion Series: HOW...   -  Sep 3, 2006
She ended up having a hysterectomy as well as a blood transfusion because her blood count was low. She felt fine for a few weeks, but then her symptoms ... Pay-Per-View - Chicago Tribune - ProQuest Archiver

Hysterectomy Today Rather th ...   -  Oct 9, 2007
Rather than looking for a better hysterectomy procedure, it is important to appreciate not just "the fruits of the womb" but the womb itself ["Not Her ... Pay-Per-View - Washington Post - ProQuest Archiver

The New York Times > Health > Slide Show > Hysterectomy > Slide 4 of 5   -  Aug 1, 2007
Most patients recover completely from hysterectomy. Removal of the ovaries causes immediate menopause and hormone replacement therapy (estrogen) may be ... New York Times

Call for fewer hysterectomy ops   -  Sep 11, 2009
Too many women may be undergoing hysterectomies for heavy periods when alternative treatments should be considered first, a study suggests. ... BBC News

Less invasive hysterectomy okay for transsexuals   -  Dec 19, 2007
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Total laparoscopic hysterectomy, a type of minimally invasive "key-hole" surgery, is suitable for removing the uterus in ... Reuters India

Call for fewer hysterectomies   -  Jul 4, 2005
A New Zealand study found that women who had a hysterectomy started ... "We should be looking for alternatives to hysterectomy and letting women know about ... New Zealand Herald

Menstrual Disorders - Overview - NY Times Health   -  Oct 3, 2008
Hysterectomy was the treatment of choice 20 years ago, but new options like the ... About 15 percent of patients still need a hysterectomy, and while the ... New York Times

Bungling docs sewed up woman's bowel during hysterectomy op   -  Jun 24, 2009
A GRAN is suing health chiefs after surgeons stitched up her bowel during a hysterectomy operation. Lynn Main, 55, suffered terrible stomach pains and was ... Scottish Daily Record

Is surgery the solution?   -  Jan 21, 2010
Tasleem was then asked to see a gynaecologist who advised a hysterectomy. ... She was asked to have a hysterectomy. Is surgery essential for Thamarai? ... The Hindu

Removing ovaries may boost lung cancer risk: Study   -  Jul 21, 2009
Surgically removing a woman's ovaries during a hysterectomy may nearly double her ... Hysterectomy - removal of the uterus - is the second most frequently ... National Post

Laparoscopic Hysterectomy: A New Approach   -  Jan 1, 2007
By Meryl Hyman Harris. MONDAY, Jan. 1 (HealthDay News) -- With incisions no bigger than keyholes, a woman can undergo a hysterectomy, go home the same day, ... Washington Post

Uterine polyps don't warrant a hysterectomy   -  Apr 8, 2007
Q. I am 70 and have a large uterine polyp. Because I had profuse bleeding during menopause and painful biopsies after abnormal Pap smears, I would like to ... Pay-Per-View - Chicago Tribune - ProQuest Archiver

Examples of Twitter messages from Iowa surgery   -  Sep 1, 2009
The Associated Press= Doctors at St. Luke's Hospital in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, performed a hysterectomy and uterine prolapse surgery on a 70-year-old woman on ... The Guardian

Spare the Ovaries! What Women Should Ask Before a Hysterectomy   -  May 24, 2009
By MARIE SAVARD, MD. Far too many women, even young women, have their perfectly healthy ovaries removed at the time of a hysterectomy. ... ABC News

Discharge 24 hrs after hysterectomy can be safe   -  Apr 21, 2007
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Patient discharge 24 hours after vaginal hysterectomy can be safe and acceptable, according to a report in the BJOG: An ... Reuters UK

Chief medical officer slams NHS 'postcode treatment lottery'   -  Jul 21, 2006
Hysterectomy rates, on the other hand, have fallen by 64 per cent in north and ... "If the average rate of hysterectomy in England could be reduced to that ... Times Online

Hysterectomy hazards, danger signal, and more   -  Apr 22, 2009
Women who have their ovaries removed during hysterectomy are at greater risk of fatal illness than those who keep them, say researchers from Harvard Medical ... New Scientist

Day-care hysterectomy camp   -  Jul 18, 2009
ALLAHABAD: A two-day day-care hysterectomy camp is being organised at Jeevan Jyoti Hospital on July 30 and 31. Gynaecological endoscopic surgeon Rajesh Modi ... Times of India

Adjuvant hysterectomy for treatment of residual disease in patients...   -  Apr 14, 2008
The objective of this retrospective study was to determine the efficacy of adjuvant hysterectomy for treatment of residual disease in cervical carcinoma ... Nature.com

… rupture of membranes, placenta increta, and hysterectomy in a...   -  Nov 8, 2005
Four of the 45 pregnancies were treated with cesarean hysterectomy. The process of implantation and placentation involves a complex interplay between fetal ... Nature.com

Fertility Can Be Preserved in Ovarian Cancer Patients   -  Aug 10, 2009
A hysterectomy or removal of both ovaries, in addition to ending a woman's reproductive ability, can cause estrogen deprivation that leads to many other ... ABC News

Is surgery the solution?   -  Jan 6, 2010
Tasleem was then asked to see a gynaecologist who advised a hysterectomy. ... She was asked to have a hysterectomy. Is surgery essential for Thamarai? ... The Hindu



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