FAQ’s on hysterectomy, partial hysterectomy, and hormones

I’m considering elective hysterectomy. What’s your advice?

There are many different reasons why women consider elective hysterectomy. Our advice is that you learn to be an advocate for yourself. Your goal is to protect your own health and well-being. That certainly involves hormonal balance, but not necessarily keeping your uterus.

A woman wondering about her hysterectomy options

The process we recommend is to start by giving your body the support it needs. If that doesn’t give you relief, add other measures, which may ultimately include surgery. This approach helps many women avoid hysterectomy, and reduces the consequences for those who elect to have it. Remember, what matters is what’s right for you.

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Published: November 21, 2013 - Last Updated: March 29, 2021

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