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What to Expect after a Hysterectomy
Discharge Instructions for Vaginal Hysterectomy | Saint Luke's Health System
All A-Z health topics. View all pages in this section. Female reproductive system click to expand. If your doctor recommends a hysterectomy or myomectomy to treat uterine fibroids, ask your doctor if a power morcellator will be used. Power morcellators break uterine fibroids into small pieces to remove them more easily during a laproscopic surgery. This is because uterine tissue may contain undiagnosed or hidden cancer.
Recovery From a Vaginal Hysterectomy
While the type of hysterectomy surgery performed and the underlying condition at hand will always impact your recovery after a hysterectomy surgery, there are some general effects and challenges all women can expect after this procedure. As always, personally reviewing what you can expect with your doctor will ensure that you have information that relates specifically to your situation. Depending on the procedure you undergo, you may be required to remain in recovery at the hospital for anywhere from a few hours to a few days. Doctors will monitor you for signs of post-operative pain, will provide you with medication to treat pain and prevent infections, and will encourage you to begin moving and walking when appropriate. You will most likely be required to wear sanitary pads for any vaginal bleeding and discharge after the surgery.
Posted 4 years ago , 12 users are following. I just made the decision to have a vaginal hysterectomy done aug 24th. I told my boss on friday and he seemed ok. However he must have been freaking out over the weekend as he now feels that this will be a minimally invasive procedure and I should be fine weeks if not 2! Posted 4 years ago.