Our Hysterectomy Booklet is free for anyone to download and it’s brought to you by the experts at the Hysterectomy Association.
It’s called Hysterectomy, The Basics and it’s a great place to start finding the information you need to help make your experience of hysterectomy as positive as possible.
How Do I Get The Booklet? Just add your name and email address to the form below. As well as our booklet, you’ll also get our regular hints and tips, new stories from other women and latest news updates that cover a wide variety of subjects that can make coping with a hysterectomy easier. And don’t forget you can unsubscribe at any time.
In fact, we know from research that having plenty of information actually means that you can have an easier and quicker recovery.
Why our hysterectomy booklet and hints are so valuable:
Every day I receive emails from women all over the world who tell me that they really value the information they have received in our email alerts. Below are just a tiny fraction of the comments we’ve received recently.
“You guys took my hand and explained in detailed (every day for the first two weeks) the changes, feelings, pains, restrictions (and the list goes on) from the surgery, I know it is a personal experience and all women are different, however, for me it was like a sister talking to me, guiding me thru the process.” (Martha V.)
“I just want to say thank you for the invaluable support provided by the daily emails, the resources, the book, 101 Handy hints and the website throughout my recent procedure. I felt supported through the pre and post unknowns of a hysterectomy and no longer felt as if I was facing it alone.” (Paula A)
“I really liked the daily e mails. I registered for these after my op and it was good to read each day after recovery.”
“I had a hysterectomy 4 weeks ago and the hints and tips I received were uncannily well timed. If I’d been getting concerned about something new I was experiencing I’d go and check my email the next day and find a paragraph or two about the very same thing!”
“Thank-you, your website, forums, true stories and hints and tips were invaluable – I loved receiving the daily hints and tips.”
“I loved the friendly, informative tone of the e-mails. I found them very helpful.”
“I just love the support that is “out there”. I am in rural Australia. Just knowing that you are not the only one going through this and the tips, hints etc are invaluable. Thank-you so much!“