when to take a sit bath after surgery

I am experiencing a pinkish discharge after hysterectomy. Is this normal? Will it go away? Can I take a sitting bath after getting home?

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Hysterectomy and hormone replacement
by: Linda

Make sure that besides estrogen replacement therapy, your doctor also gives you progesterone supplementation.


Of course we only recommend the bioidentical supplementation, because it does not have the side effects that ERT and HRT have.

Has you know your hysterectomy will bring you menopause, and even if you kept your ovaries, they may stop functioning within a couple of years.




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Hysterectomy suggestions
by: Linda

First of all, I am not quite sure how long ago have you done your hysterectomy but, I can give you some information that may be helpful.

There is a relevent page about how to take care of yourself after your hysterectomy - http://www.safemenopausesolutions.com/post-hysterectomy.html - go there for some info about the process.

After surgery, you will be taking pain medication for several days. You may also experience some vaginal bleeding and discharge for several days. If the bleeding presists for several weeks or you have fever and pain - you should contact your doctor immediately.

Your recovery from your hysterectomy should take a couple of months....allow yourself to recover slowly during the first two weeks. Give yourself a break and allow your family and friends to do cooking, cleaning and run errands for during these two weeks.

Some women will experience a prolonged period of low energy and fatigue. If this is your case, have some family member help you with you shower or your hygiene. Avoid doing a lot of your normal activities during the first two weeks after surgery.

To also read more about life after a hysterectomy please go to http://www.safemenopausesolutions.com/hysterectomysideeffects.html for more information. If you have more questions, please let me know.




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