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Posted by: Marieta | 2011/03/15

HYSTERECTOMY / BOWL INFECTION

I am 46 years old and is considering a hysterectomy. I suffered from heavy periods and subsequently had the balloon therapy done. This has helped considerably but I now suffer from a bowl infection every month about one week before my period. This is constant and I am sick every month, nausia, fever, pain, light headedness. As soon as my period starts all symptoms disapear. What is causing this and do I have any other alternatives, tired of being sick every month and still have period to cope with afterwards. Generally in good health otherwise.

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These sound like symptoms of PMS which is hormonal. Removing your uterus will not help with this. You could try HRT or natural remedies such as Evening Primrose oil.
Best wishes

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Posted by: gynaedoc | 2011/03/16

These sound like symptoms of PMS which is hormonal. Removing your uterus will not help with this. You could try HRT or natural remedies such as Evening Primrose oil.
Best wishes

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