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I went in for a uterine ablation due to prolonged & painful periods. Unfortunately once I was under the aesthetic they discovered that I have a bicornuate uterus therefore they were unable to complete the procedure. I was immediately put on the list for a hysterectomy and an currently waiting on a date. My main concern is I was told they would keep my ovaries but there was no discussion about keeping my cervix. I've read that its better to keep the cervix for both sexual pleasure and basic structure. Anyone out there with advice for a postmenopausal woman who is feeling a little overwhelmed by it all xx
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