What’s menopause going to be like after hysterectomy?
The simple answer is that menopause is different for every woman, whether she’s
had a hysterectomy or not.
After a partial
hysterectomy, you’re likely to experience a normal perimenopause and
menopause, but it is hard to know when it’s starting because there are no
periods to identify the initial changes. Hormone tests might show shifts, but since
these levels fluctuate so much, it’s safer to rely on your
symptoms to tell you what’s happening to your body.
Remember, menopause is defined by the cessation of periods for one full year for
a woman with a uterus. That’s really just one point in a process that can
take many years. That process still occurs in women who have no uterus, but who
still have their ovaries intact, since it is the ovaries that make most of our sex
Women recovering from complete
hysterectomy may wish to read our recommendations on how to support your
body while recovering from surgical
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