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Free Hysterectomy DVD kit when you Order a MenopauseRx Survival Kit

Free Hysterectomy DVD Kit When You Order a MenopauseRx Survival Kit

The MenopauseRx Survival Kit is filled with information, samples and coupons about the perimenopause and menopause transition. Also included* is a FREE DVD kit for women who will be or have recently had a hysterectomy. 'The Journey Ahead' DVD kit includes information and support from diagnosis to recovery.

*Note - only those who select "Yes" to question #3 on the order form will receive the DVD kit with their order.

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The MenopauseRx Hysterectomy Guide

Hysterectomy Complications

Complications can occur during any surgery, and hysterectomy is no exception. Infection and bleeding can occur to varying degrees depending on the extent of surgery. Injury to the bladder and/or urinary tract can occur in up to 3% of all cases. Damage to the intestines can also occur in a small number of cases. Other complications that can occur include incontinence, pelvic pain from scar tissue after surgery, genital prolapse, constipation, fatigue and sexual dysfunction.

Psychological problems, such as depression, can occur after a hysterectomy and may be due to the inability of becoming pregnant after a hysterectomy. A thorough evaluation that includes an explanation of the indications for surgery, screen for the psychologic impact of the hysterectomy and alternatives to surgery should be a part of any pre-operative routine.

The Survival Kit contains free educational materials and coupons for products to relieve menopause symptoms, including hysterectomy information.

Alternatively, many woman are relieved to end the discomfort and annoyance of pain and bleeding associated with many of the indications for hysterectomy.