So You're Having a Hysterectomy

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Wiley, Feb 4, 2004 - Health & Fitness - 176 pages
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so you're having a hysterectomy

If you've been informed that you need a hysterectomy, this book is for you. Step by step, test by test, decision by decision, you'll know what to expect and what your choices are. Why are you having problems? Do you really need a hysterrectomy? What are the alternatives? Is it best to just "wait and see"? And if you do decide to go ahead, what type of hysterectomy procedure is right for you? From diagnosis to recovery, So You're Having a Hysterectomy is the ultimate guide for women facing this controversial surgery. Balanced, accurate information, real-life patient stories, and detailed illustrations give you the inside story on each medical procedure, while extensive self-help sections give you the power to find your own personal road to wellness--whatever you decide.

"Been there, done that, does not an expert make. Event though I have had a hysterectomy and am a sex educator/counselor, I still learned a great deal about hysterectomy from this book. Highly recommended reading."

--Sue Hohanson, RN CM, sex educator/counselor and host of the Sunday Night Sex Show

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Contents

ablation myomectomy and myolysis
WHEN lTS ALL OVER 123
Pain management
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Togas Tulandi MD, FRCSC, FACOG is Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the Milton Leong Chair in Reproductive Medicine at McGill University.  He is recognized worldwide as a leader in women's health.  Dr. Tulandi has published innumerable scientific papers and books, and is regularly invited to lecture around the world on the latest advances in gynecological  surgery.

Barbara Levy MD, FACOG, FACs, a leader in the field of laparoscopic gynecological surgery, is currently a gynecologist/surgeon at the Franciscan Health System in Federal Way, Washington, and Clinical Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Washington.  She is a past president of the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists and is a strong advocate of a holistic approach to women's health care.

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