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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

HysterectomyRecognizing there is a significant amount of information (and misinformation) about hysterectomy online; MenopauseRx would like to approach the subject in a unique manner... from a patient’s perspective. Our easy to use hysterectomy guide will outline and explain pertinent and relevant issues for the two most common scenarios encountered in discussions about hysterectomy:

#1) "My doctor told me I need a hysterectomy. What are my options and what questions should I ask?"

#2) "I’m having problems and I think I need a hysterectomy. Explain what I need to know if it is necessary and what options are available."

Of course, there are many other situations to consider. Therefore, MenopauseRx has also added detailed explanations of common topics at the top of each page. Use these links to find answers to questions such as:

The Survival Kit contains free educational materials and coupons for products to relieve menopause symptoms, including hysterectomy information. Lastly, a discussion of hysterectomy should always include a discussion about the ovaries. Now, more than ever, the decision to leave one or both ovaries versus removing one or both ovaries at the time of a hysterectomy is very important.