Can Local Hemostatic Agents Prevent Emergency Hysterectomy?

Local hemostatic agents (LHA) may prevent blood loss associated with postpartum hemorrhage, in some cases, claim researchers from Bogota, Colombia. ... read more »

Getting Pregnant After a Hysterectomy

Can I get pregnant after a hysterectomy? Can a woman with no uterus carry a child with no uterus? Can somebody else carry a child for her if she has no uterus? ... read more »

Placenta Accreta: Novel Approach Saves Lives

Dr. Patrick Nicholson used a novel, two-step approach to treat placenta accreta, whereby mothers’ lives are saved, their fertility spared, and no babies suffered ill effects of treatment. ... read more »

Infertility Treatment, Pregnancy and Endometrial Cancer

When a young patient is diagnosed with endometrial cancer, fertility may come into question. Women without children may be skeptical about having a hysterectomy before parenting at least one child. ... read more »

Multiple 8 Compression Suturing in Placenta Accreta

Placenta accreta/percreta is a serious cause of intractable post-partum hemorrhage during cesarean section and a common cause of peripartum hysterectomy.  ... read more »

Cervical Cancer Treatment

Early cervical cancer is often completely cured by removing cancerous tissue in the cervix. There are a number of surgical methods that can be used to remove cancerous tissue. ... read more »

Can I Get Pregnant Myths and Presumptions

Answering the question, can I get pregnant, depends greatly on the age or stage of life and medical status of a woman. ... read more »

You Can Get Pregnant After...

Chronic illness, cancer, injury and surgery are all reasons women give up on the dream of having a child of their own, but you can get pregnant after many of these life events ' if you plan, prepare and know your medical resources. ... read more »

Am I Able to Get Pregnant After…

In many cases, illness, disease and injury will not affect the ability to become pregnant, but that is not always the case. ... read more »

Types of Hysterectomy

As with many surgeries, there are varying types of hysterectomies depending on the reason it is being performed. ... read more »

Understanding Uterine Rupture

When examining the topic of vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC), uterine rupture is commonly cited as the major risk, but understanding exactly how it happens and who is most at risk for it to occur is a common source of confusion. ... read more »

Cesarean Hysterectomy - Removal of the Uterus

A hysterectomy is surgery to remove the uterus. ... read more »

Is Hormone Replacement Treatment Really Safe?

During the first years of menopause many women choose hormone replacement therapy (HRT) to ease the symptoms like hot flashes, mood swings and vaginal dryness, but is HRT safe for long-term use? ... read more »

Menopause: Where Am I Five Years Later?

One of the scariest meetings in my life was my first appointment with a new gynecologist when I moved to Las Vegas. The gynecologist sat and listened to my medical history with true interest. ... read more »

Uterus Removal and Menopause

It is estimated that 600,000 women undergo hysterectomies each year. Of these 600,000 women, only 10% require the procedure as a treatment for suspected or diagnosed cancer. ... read more »

What Your Placenta May Mean for Your Pregnancy and Delivery

I knew the placenta was an important aspect of pregnancy, but I was soon to learn it had far deeper implications for pregnancy and delivery than I had suspected. ... read more »

Ovarian Cancer Treatment

The primary method of ovarian cancer treatment is surgery for all stages of the cancer. If ovarian cancer is detected early on, surgery may be the only treatment used to remove the cancer from the ovaries. ... read more »

Endometrial Cancer Treatment

The most common treatment options for women with endometrial cancer are chemotherapy, radiation therapy, hormone therapy, and surgery. ... read more »

Introduction to Endometrial Cancer: Causes and Risk Factors

Endometrial cancer develops in the lining of the uterus, also called the endometrium. Endometrial cancer is the most common form of uterine cancer. ... read more »

Chris Daughtry and Wife Have Twins – After Hysterectomy?

There are many women out there who fight with the fact that they cannot have a baby after a partial hysterectomy, but that did not stop Chris Daughtry and his wife. ... read more »