Hysterectomy Questions?

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I'm close to 40, I have very bad PMS, I'm even suicidal , it's been year of deep depression, I can't live like this.  I used med for that but don't really work.  I heard a Hysterectomy can help for that.  Is anyone got PMS free with that.  Hopefully hear from you soon.

Lili

 

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    LiliRose you need to get a referral to a specialist. Have you had some counselling you need to talk this through with a professional. Try not to be too overwhelmed there is help for you don't give up. You need to get help now good luck. 🌻🌻🌻
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    Thank you both about the reply, I appreciate it.  I don't know how to approach it with my doctor.  I just know I can't get on like that being crazy each month, the PMS drive me crazy.  Astropuppy the person you know who had a hysterectomy for PMDD, is that help her?

     

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    LiliRose if you are not comfortable with your doctor go to a female dr to discuss your options. Or go to a female clinic they may be more understanding. You have to help yourself and get the professional help you need. What works for one person may not work for the next person. We are all very individual each persons reaction to things is very different. You need to go and talk to a professional. Hope everything works out for you. 🌻🌻🌻
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    Thanks Maxine.smile. I have a female doctor, it just that last time I went she said she could not help me with my PMS, she could only increase my dose of Paxil,  my dose was increase but that don't work.  When she didn't told me that hysterectomy could help me, may be coz it to extrem.  I kinda hopping that hysterectomy is the answer for my PMS for my depression and anxiety and once I had the operation I can finally live.  I'm afraid she she said no way it to big of an operation just for PMS and I will have to handle the depression and anxiety again.

     

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    LilIRose it is not easy   but having a hysterectomy is a big thing as I have had uterine cancer and had to have a radical hysterectomy . There are a lot of changes that happen to you with hormones and emotions and you may have found this could compound your problems with depression and anxiety.i Have also suffered from anxiety I feel your pain but I cannot emphasise enough you need to go to a physiologist or physchatrist to get the help for your depression and anxiety. Please follow through on this. Good luck regards Maxine 🌼🌼🌼
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    Maxine, what the hormone gonna do to me?  What kind of change will I go threw?  Thanks for your help.

     

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      LiliRose it depends on what type of hysterectomy you have if it is only the removal of the womb you probably wouldn't have a great deal of hormone changes but if you have a full hysterectomy with removal of Fallopian tubes and ovaries as I did you will automatically start with symptoms of change of life, hit flushes mood swings etc. I can't stress enough that you really need to get your anxiety and depression under control before you go down the road of elective hysterectomy and I am surprised your doctor didn't discuss all of this with you. Good luck. 🌼🌼
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    Thanks Judy for your information.

     

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    Judy what other help is therefor PMS?

     

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    Judy, you had an hysterectomy?  What emotional and physical and psychological change you had?  Is does hormone make you feel more how should I say that, horny.  I don't need that.
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