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28 years old had hystorictomy left one overy two years later hot flashes minopause or stress that im getting married in two months
jennypooh posted:
im 28 years old and had a hystorictomy two years ago i had a subcloriionic bleed when i was pregnant with my lil girl and for two years after she was born i bleed dr tried everything to help iud and oblasions nothing stopped the bleeding i was sick and in pain a ct scane showed my utrus was distended with blood so i had to have a full hystorictomy she left me my left overy for hormonies due to my age i was only 25 at the time but now im having hot flashes dreams im on fire and i wake up needing a drink and a fan and im not feeling like myself i get anxity and no energy im getting married in two months and im under alot of stress so is it stress or minapause

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Anon_6061 responded:
How awful to have gone through all that! Your symptoms sound like your ovary is failing which isn't all that uncommon after hysterectomy. And happens more often or earlier when there's only one ovary versus both. Google "pubmed ovarian failure hysterectomy" for studies showing this connection.

Your doctor should be able to check your hormone levels to see if you're in menopause or appear to be headed there (FSH estradiol level). However, some women report these types of symptoms yet blood work looks "normal." Since loss of ovarian function increases risk of health problems as well as reduces quality of life, it wouldn't be unreasonable to consider taking estrogen especially since you're so young.

I had a complete hysterectomy and take estrogen. It has helped my mood, anxiety, sleep, and menopause type symptoms.

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