Tag Archives: Hysterectomy

Life After Adenomyosis – 2nd Hysterversary!

Wow how time flies! It’s been 2 years since I said goodbye to evicted my uterus. Sometimes it feels kinda weird that I’m only 27 and am already 2 years post hysterectomy + prophylactic salpingectomy (uterus/cervix+tubes, I kept both ovaries), … Continue reading

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Understanding Hysterectomy

*It’s a common MISCONCEPTION that a “partial” hysterectomy means ovaries left, “full” or “complete” or “radical” means “all reproductive organs removed”.
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So What IS Pelvic Floor Muscle Dysfunction?

According to Jennifer B. Hunt, PT from Provenance Rehabilitation in Alpharetta, GA – “The “pelvic floor muscles” are a group of muscles that are arranged within the pelvis like a sling or hammock, connecting the front, back, and sides of … Continue reading

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My Journey with Endometriosis & Adenomyosis

My Journey with Endometriosis & Adenomyosis by Rebecca L. Gibson I was always healthy and active in sports while growing up. In 2008, I married my childhood sweetheart and we began our life together. Everything changed in 2009 when I … Continue reading

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