Will a hysterectomy reduce vaginal & bladder infections??


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It has been recommended that I have a hysterectomy with a bladder suspension, I'm 50 yrs old and in the perimenopausal phase and yes I still have period ea mo. but my uterus is tilted and enlarged I have frequent bladder infections, and yeast infections, bowel problems due to the uterus laying back on my bowel,those of you that have had a hysterectomy and had infections did the surgery help with those to?????

4 Replies to “Will a hysterectomy reduce vaginal & bladder infections??”

  1. get a second opinion…..there may be a better way. Dr's are seemingly too ready to make hysterectomy the cure-all….be wary….get the facts from a professional.

  2. If you are having a bladder suspension then chances are your bladder has fallen from its natural place when this happens its called a cystocele or prolapsed bladder. If you do have cystocele then you may not be emptying your bladder completely, sometimes women who have a cystocele retain urine and that could be the culprit of your UTIs. You may want to check out the mayo clinic website (they have good info) you may also want to consider getting a second opinion from a urogynecologist (they specialize in prolapse, incontinence and reconstructive surgery), to find one in your area check out augs.org

  3. Having a bladder infection and yeast infection has NOTHING to do with having a hysterectomy. I suggest you get another opinion. That is major surgery and only should be done if absolutely necessary; tumors, cancer, etc.

    I suggest you see a specialist. Don't ask your present doctor for any names, ask your health care provider for some names of good doctors you can see. Don't say you have this other opinion already, you want this new one to be totally independent.

    Unfortuantely, hysterectomies were done quite often for problems that did not require surgery. When I had mine, I had many tumors that basically destroyed my uterus, making it necessary for total removal.

    Have they determined why your uterus is enlarged?

    Also, women in menopause have more bladder and yeast infections. You can solve those by being careful with your diet. Eat yogurt, that helps with getting the right bacteria in your system. Drink real cranberry juice, cut with some water. Drink lots of water all day long to flush your system. Exercise and wear only cotton underware. Make sure your partner takes a shower before sex and is monogomous.

    There are many natural remedies you can try, see out help from a naturopath or someone in your health food store. Read about it on women's health websites and in books.

  4. This is my experience. I had a tilted unterus (NOT the reason I had it removed) and needed my bladdar put back in place after many pregnancies. (Never had a bladdar infection in my life, but did have problems when coughing, sneezing and laughing.) I had quite a few yeast infections (3 or 4 a year) too boot. I had a partial hysterectomy 3 years ago. Best thing that ever happened to me! My energy level is higher now than when I was a teenager. I have not had any yeast infections since.
    However, my bladdar is a different story. I cant hold urine as long now as before. I have had 3 bladdar infections since the surgery. Perhaps I tend to hold it too long like I did before my hysterectomy, but I try to go ASAP when I feel the need.

    All in all, I am VERY happy I DID have this done.
    No period is truely a great thing too!
    Mine was done vaginally and my recovery was fairly quick.
    I'm 39 and have not had any signs of menopause (I'm not ready for that anyway)
    My love life is much better now too! Best bonus!

    I hope all goes well with you!

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