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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopefully Waiting View Post
    i dont want just ligter periods i want them gone completely. Im on my first period now since my baby was born 9 weeks ago. I bled for 6 weeks and now this period is horrendous.
    It hurts to stand the pain travels down my legs. I dont want this anymore
    Have you thought about getting the Mirena? It's taken 2 months and this last period I just had was already better.

    Was your age an issue at all?

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    I have been looking into this myself as a way to control mine too. I read that having a hysterectomy can increase your risk of some cancers quite dramatically as well as increase your risk of a range of internal prolapses. Things to consider of you go down that road is whether to leave your cervix and ovaries intact as it can reduce the cancer risk a little leaving them, and help regulate your hormone levels to an extent. And the initial recovery is 6 weeks but long term recovery of up to 12 months before any lifting of any substantial weight can be done.

    I may have misinterpreted the information so do your own research but this is what I understand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauzy83 View Post
    Have you thought about getting the Mirena? It's taken 2 months and this last period I just had was already better.

    Was your age an issue at all?
    No because i have decided no more children for me....no matter what..
    I dont want the mirena either its not for me. I dont want a cycle at all. Yes the ob said he would leave the ovaries so my hormones were alright. I think he knows my mind is made up.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopefully Waiting View Post
    No because i have decided no more children for me....no matter what..
    I dont want the mirena either its not for me. I dont want a cycle at all. Yes the ob said he would leave the ovaries so my hormones were alright. I think he knows my mind is made up.....


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    Ok thanks! Good to know!

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    whats good to know??

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    Well I didn't know about leaving the ovaries and stuff. I thought age was a factor in having it done too.

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    I had one at the age of 27. Due to mennoraghia (sp) heavy periods that were like I was hemorraging.

    Blasting of the lining can work, mostly in older women tho as you approach menopause, younger women constantly renew the lining so it may only be short term results.

    Pm me if you need more answers etc

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    My hysterectomy was done vaginally too. Less down time than a traditional one (almost like a c section)

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    I will be having one by choice once I have finished having children.

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    I'm interested in having an elective hysterectomy as I suffer pcos and endo and like you my periods have been heavy since I got them at 10!

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