One of the most confusing things after a hysterectomy is how to handle strange or uncomfortable symptoms that persist – especially once you’ve been told you’re all healed up.
Hi to you all, I don’t know where to start really, I’m not sure if I have enough space here to tell you the whole story but I will try. Okay I’m 44 years young, married to my wonderful hubby for 17 years but we’ve been together for 27 years! I can hear your brains calculating how old we were when we got together…well I’ll tell you, we were both 17 years old. Yes babies ourselves really. I went on the pill once we started to have a sexual relationship, I really didn’t want to be a young mum, so many girls where I grew up were all falling pregnant and then being left on their own with the baby and I knew that wasn’t what I wanted, plus I didn’t want to disappoint my lovely mum dad.
Liverpool John Moores University are currently recruiting participants to take part in a research study looking at the effectiveness of a mindfulness-based intervention in preventing the development of persistent post-surgical pain (PPSP) following hysterectomy surgery.
Hi ladies, I thought i would share my story with you as I feel I am extremely lucky and for those of you who are worrying just like I was, it’s not always pain and more pain. Unlike most of you ladies my journey to my hysterectomy was a bit of a whirlwind and I did not have to go through years of suffering and waiting.