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Hysterectomy Booklet

Hysterectomy booklet

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Female

Oophorectomy

Removal of one or both ovaries.

About the Procedure

Unilateral oophorectomy (also called an ovariectomy) is the surgical removal of an ovary. If one ovary is removed, a woman may continue to menstruate and have children. If both ovaries are removed, a procedure called a bilateral oophorectomy, menstruation stops and a woman loses the ability to have children.

Next page: Symptoms that may require an Oophorectomy

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Symptoms that may lead to an Oophorectomy

A degree of pelvic pain and / or dysfunctional uterine bleeding.

Secondary Condition: Diminished libido and energy levels due to testosterone deficiency post surgery. Potential of osteoporosis due to estrogen and testosterone deficiency.

Diagnosis

Ovarian cancer, severe endometriosis, non-ovarian cancers stimulated by estrogens/androgens.

Next page: Causes leading to an Oophorectomy

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Causes leading to an Oophorectomy

Oophorectomies are performed for the following health issues:

  • Remove cancerous ovaries
  • Remove the source of estrogen that stimulates some cancers
  • Remove a large ovarian cyst
  • Excise an abscess
  • Treat endometriosis
  • Prophylaxis for breast and/or ovarian cancer prevention in high-risk individuals

Next page: Treatment for Women Post-Oophorectomy

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Treatment for Women Post-Oophorectomy

With removal of the ovaries comes diminished libido and energy levels due to testosterone deficiency post surgery. Research has concluded that administering testosterone is effective in restoring the libido in women who have had an oophorectomy.

Progesterone supplementation is essential to prevent the effects estrogen dominance. Testosterone supplementation is essential to the quality of life and relationships if diminished libido and sexual function result for ovarian removal.

Next page: Further Information about Oopherectomies

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Topics discussed in the Understanding Hysterectomy booklet include:

  • Introduction
  • What is hysterectomy?
  • Why is hysterectomy performed?
  • What are my surgical options?
  • Who requires hysterectomy?
  • How dangerous is hysterectomy?
  • Are there alternatives to hysterectomy?
  • Who is not a good candidate for hysterectomy?
  • Why do I need hormone supplements after surgery?
  • How do I prepare for hysterectomy?
  • What about aftercare?
  • When can I resume sexual relations?

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AndroFeme® 1

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For women

AndroFeme® 1% Testosterone Cream is designed for use in women with testosterone deficiency and/or low libido.

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