Nov 16, 2011 Health
, Hysterectomy is the surgical removal of the uterus which removes all or part of the uterus. Researchers from Duke University reveals a young woman who underwent hysterectomy procedures doubled risk of premature menopause.
Hysterectomy is a common treatment for various diseases , such as tumors of the uterus and excessive bleeding . Most patients are very satisfied with the results of hysterectomy.
“But there are potential risks of surgery should be considered along with benefits,” said the researcher, Patricia G. Moorman, PhD, MSPH, professor in the Department of Community and Family Medicine at Duke University, as quoted from esciencenews.com, on Wednesday (11/16/2011).
A total of 600,000 women in the United States have a hysterectomy every year, but long-term impact of this procedure has not been well documented.
The Duke team analyzed nearly 900 women aged 30 to 47 years in two hospitals, Duke University Hospital and Home Durham Regional Hospital. Researchers gave blood tests and questionnaires to the participants for five years.
Perempua A total of 465 people of whom are healthy women who did not undergo surgery, while 406 other women have had a hysterectomy to remove at least one ovary.
Maintaining the ovary (ovarian) while still allowing women a hysterectomy still produce sex hormones. But doctors have long known that early menopause may increase the risk of osteoporosis, the disease heart and other diseases.
While retaining the ovaries, the Duke team found that 14.8 percent of menopausal women in this study had a hysterectomy, compared with 8 percent of women who had never undergone surgery.
most high-risk postmenopausal women found that one ovaries removed along with her womb. But this risk remains higher in women who both ovaries are still maintained.
The researchers estimated the menopause occurs about two years earlier in women who underwent hysterectomy. Unfortunately, it is still not known what triggers the ovaries cease to function after a hysterectomy.
“The hypothesis, operations disrupt blood flow to the ovary thereby triggering early ovarian failure. There are other experts who speculate the cause is not operating, but the condition the underlying before the operation that caused it. Until now, these questions unanswered, “said Moorman.
Moorman hopes his team’s findings could be a consideration for women who will undergo a hysterectomy to explore other treatment options for disease given the possibility of early menopause.
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Oct 31, 2011 Health
, One of the men in the world who have been pregnant and given birth, Thomas Beatie finally bored. After giving birth 3 children, this man wants to undergo removal of the uterus making it impossible to get pregnant again for ever.
As I’ve written detikHealth, Thomas Beatie (37 years) is a transsexual who became experimental materials controversial artist Marc Quinn. Born in Hawaii as a woman with Tracy Lagondino, Beatie changed its identity to be a man in 2002.
In experiments Marc Quinn, Beatie underwent mastectomy or breast removal and hormone therapy set to change the total form of his body into male men are macho and muscular. But in the reproductive system, ranging from the vagina, uterus retained their eggs until the channel.
Result through artificial insemination, Beatie became the first man who could become pregnant in 2007. Since then, she became pregnant again as much as 2 times the total current so that she had given birth three times and three children grew up with his wife, Nancy who just can not get pregnant because it had a hysterectomy or removal of the uterus.
Unfortunately because physically have to be a man, Beatie faces many obstacles in her pregnancy. For example, for breastfeeding her child, a male hormone that already dominate the chemical composition of her body made her breasts can not produce breast milk (ASI).
Every time pregnant, Beatie also always concerned for the safety of the unborn baby because of the composition is no longer pure hormonal like a woman. Although he was when his son was born healthy, but he always had to undergo hormone therapy tight so abortion is always healthy.
Given the struggle that so hard to be the man who should conceive and bear a child, Beatie when This is considering to raise her womb in order to become a man completely. As quoted from Dailymail , Monday (10/31/2011), he will ask for input from his extended family related to the plan.
If the plan is realized, then the story of Beatie as male men who became pregnant and gave birth 3 times will remain a distant memory. Three children namely Susan (3 years), Austin (2 years) and the youngest Jansen (1 year) certainly will never forget the ‘father figure’ who had conceived and given birth.
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