What is a Hysterectomy?
A hysterectomy is where they remove your uterus. Many women opt to have it removed after they are dong having children. Is there other things to be considered however before doing this?
Why would someone want to have a Hysterectomy?
The leading causes of why a women would have a hysterectomy are, women with Fibroids, Endometriosis, and prolapse.
What are some things to consider before doing a Hysterectomy?
Peer review medical research show a vast overuse of this procedure for women. Alternative therapies are recommended prior to considering this operation. A suggestion that is highly recommended is the nutritional approach.
You were probably not told of the long-term post-hysterectomy problems that can arise in your body because most physicians believe that this surgery has minimal long-term risks. But hysterectomy operations for conditions before menopause may have severe post-menopausal health risks later in life. Even a hysterectomy with ovarian conservation is associated with a significantly increased risk of several cardiovascular diseases and metabolic conditions. The findings are published in Menopause. http://journals.lww.com/menopausejournal/pages/default.aspx
The following paragraph comes from the study author Shannon Laughlin-Tommaso, M.D., Mayo Clinic OB-GYN: “While women are increasingly aware that removing their ovaries poses health risks, this study suggests hysterectomy alone has risks, especially for women who undergo hysterectomy prior to age 35. This is the best data to date that shows women undergoing a hysterectomy have a risk of long-term disease─even when both ovaries are conserved.”
The study shows that women who had a hysterectomy without any ovary removal had a 14 percent increased risk in lipid abnormalities, a 13 percent increased risk of high blood pressure, an 18 percent increased risk of obesity and a 33 percent increased risk of coronary artery disease. Furthermore, women under the age of 35 had a 4.6-fold increased risk of congestive heart failure and a 2.5-fold increased risk of coronary artery disease.”
With the results of this study, we encourage women to consider nonsurgical alternative therapies for fibroids, endometriosis and prolapse, which are leading causes of hysterectomy.
Of the approximately 750,000 hysterectomies performed each year, 90 percent are unnecessary, writes Goldberg in Alternative Medicine, making the removal of a woman’s uterus one of the most commonly performed unnecessary surgeries.
Is there anything natural I can do to support my uterus, if i choose not to remove it?
Based our clinical experience, if you are considering a hysterectomy we would first, highly recommend your consideration of the following protocol:
Hysterectomy (Preventative) Protocol
Mary’s Milkshake with Choline Powder added to the recipe
Utrophin PMG (3), taken on an empty stomach
Protefood (3) Helps rebuild collagen
Ligaplex II (6-9) Supports prolapsed uterus
Cataplex C (12) Helps rebuild collagen
Tuna Omega-3 (3) EPA and HPA
Ageless Thyroid (3) Loops endocrine system (HPA Axis) back together
Linum B6 (3) Flax oil, for hair loss and soft skin
ProstaCo (3) Helps shrink fibroids
Chaste Tree Liquid (5mL before bed) Chaste Tree has been used for centuries to slow heavy bleeding. It also supports sleep and helps acne.
Gotu Kola Complex (2) Helps internal scarring
Wild Yam Complex (1, 2-3 times a day. Stop for 5 days at beginning of period) When taken prior to ovulation this can reduce endometrial symptoms. Helps to balance menstrual bleeding. Provides antispasmodic activity to ease spasms of smooth muscle in the uterus.
Echinacea Premium (3) Vascular strengthener
Questions about this protocol? Why not ask Dr. Jack and Mary directly? They will respond to patient texts at 801-556-1477 and emails to email@example.com. There are no “dumb questions” and you can expect absolute discretion and privacy.
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- The protocol above is designed to address your issues at the foundational level, and not to treat disease. This means, in our opinion, most of our health problems, short of accident or trauma, are of a dietary nutritional deficiency. The listed protocol or supplement provides your body with essential micro and macronutrients to help and assist normal nutritional balance.
- Daily dosage are in ( ) parenthesis for most protocols; for example (6) means take 6 per day, but spread it out by taking half in the morning and half in the evening. Some protocols will have more specific instructions to follow.
- MediHerb products, shown in italics, often speed healing response and should be considered for most protocols unless contraindicated.
- We recommend adding the General Health Daily Fundamentals pack to each protocol. This adds in the critical foundational nutrition each protocol needs. It contains Catalyn––an entirely whole-food and glandular broad-spectrum multivitamin, Trace Minerals-B12, and Tuna Omega-3 pearls for your DHA and EPA omega 3 fatty acids daily requirements.
- Spacing out the daily doses throughout the day improves absorption and is strongly recommended.
- Most supplements should be taken with food except for PMG’s, most calcium products, Gastrex, Chlorophyll Complex™, Okra Pepsin E3, Cholocol II and Zymex II. Also, most herbs work more efficiently if taken away from food.
- Be advised that these nutritional and herbal products are not intended as a primary therapy for any disease, but rather to provide nutritional and herbal support to help normalize body physiology and repair.
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