Where Do We Stand Now?

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Categories: Breast Cancer & HRT| Hormone Replacement| Hot Flashes| Hysterectomy| Menopause| News| Research

Although the debate over the safety of hormone replacement still rages in the press, it appears some semblance of common sense is beginning to be heard. Yes, we need more confirming studies, but today’s women – myself included – cannot be put on hold and forced to wait another 10 to 20 years until all of the definitive studies have been completed. As with so many other issues in medicine, physicians have to use their best clinical judgment based on the information available now. Each woman needs to make these decisions with input from her own physician.

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Gina’s Journey: A Hysterectomy Story

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Categories: Breast Cancer & HRT| Hormone Replacement| Hysterectomy| Menopause| News| Research

Dr. Marina Johnson explains hysterectomies, What is a  Hysterectomy? Undergoing a hysterectomy is major surgery and when you have cancer, severe uterine prolapse or any serious condition that has failed medical therapy, it is warranted. Gina's Journey: A Hysterectomy Story

I often have women tell me – “I wish I’d never had my ovaries removed because all my problems started after I had that surgery.” Women with benign disease are sometimes told, “You’ve had all your children. You might as well take everything out so you can’t get ovarian cancer.”

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