Articles for topic: hysterectomy
What Hormones Do You Need After A Hysterectomy?
It can be an immediate journey into menopause and conventional advice is oestrogen-only HRT, but bioidentical doctors take a very different view.
Which hormone or hormones might you need?
Women are ruled by their hormones, but how do you know if yours are in balance?
Hysterectomy Recovery: What Can You Expect?
Around 55,000 hysterectomy operations are carried out in the UK each year. This means about one in five women will have a hysterectomy at some point.
What To Expect After A Hysterectomy
This ‘surgical menopause’ can help many symptoms, but may leave you with some you had not counted on.
1 in 20 Women Face Early Menopause
Having an early menopause can have profound effects, whether occurring naturally or from a hysterectomy.
What Is A Hysterectomy?
Do you know the effects of a hysterectomy and how your hormone balance will be affected?
After A Hysterectomy – A Doctor’s View
This is a subject on which there can be confusion. So I asked Dame Dr Shirley Bond, a private GP with many years of experience of bioidentical hormones, about exactly which hormones are needed.
Bioidentical Hormones Are Beneficial After Hysterectomy
Women frequently ask if bioidentical hormones can be used after a hysterectomy. It is a common misconception that only oestrogen is needed but progesterone is also vital as US bioidentical expert Jeffrey Dach explains.