100 Questions & Answers About Hysterectomy
Six hundred and thirty-three thousand women undergo hysterectomy each year in the United States. Whether you or a loved one is considering or undergoing hysterectomy for medical or personal reasons, the options and information about hysterectomy can be overwhelming. This invaluable resource offers the guidance and advice you need. Written by an award-winning medical writer and by a prominent obstetrician and gynecologist, 100 Questions & Answers About Hysterectomy gives you authoritative, practical answers to your pre- and post- surgery questions, sources of support, and much more.
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