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Posted by: Lidia | 2008/12/09

historectami

I would like to know, if you must have a historectami is it always cancer related or not?

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Dear Lidia
No not at all, hysterectomy is done for uterine fibroids (myomas), endometriosis (growth of menstrual tissue outside of the uterine cavity), adenomyosis (a more severe form of endometriosis, where the uterine lining has grown into and sometimes through the uterine wall), several forms of vaginal prolapse, heavy or abnormal menstrual bleeding, and some cancers (uterine, advanced cervical, ovarian).
Dr Bets

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