Did you know that at least 600,000 hysterectomies are performed annually in the United States? If you’re part of these statistics, you’re familiar with the dramatic changes that can happen in your body due to hormonal imbalance .
Whether you’ve had a partial, total, vaginal, or, one of the main consequences of this medical procedure is a sudden decrease in the production of hormones essential to your sexual and overall health.
So, if you’re not feeling yourself, with symptoms affecting your mental and physical health, you can blame it on hormonal imbalance. But there’s hope available with .
In this article, we’ll help you
- understand what happens to your body ,
- identify symptoms of , and
- find treatments to bring your back on track.
: What’s Going On?
So, your doctor recommended ato treat your health condition once and for all. You were happy to find a solution to your discomfort… until you realized your pain was actually replaced by something equally unwelcome!
Instead of heavy bleeding and painful periods, you’re now depressed, anxious, or suffering from insomnia.
And the symptoms aren’t limited to your mental state. You may be experiencing hot flashes,, urinary incontinence, and many other disorders, including the following:
- Poor quality sleep or difficulty sleeping
- Night sweats
- Mood swings
- Bone density loss
- Racing heart
- Pain during sex
- Bone fractures
- Irregular periods or absence of periods (amenorrhea)
That’s because, regardless of why you had a, and how the surgeon did it, one thing is certain. It will take a toll on your hormones and, consequently, on your quality of life if you don’t get treatment.
Your hormones are the chemical messengers responsible for ensuring your body functions well. However,means your body is functioning less well.
Depending on the kind ofyou get, the operation seriously compromises – or entirely removes – your primary source of , , and . This causes you to experience aspects of , regardless of your age.
Unlike, which happens after years of a gradual decrease in hormone production, provokes a sudden drop in essential hormones.
That’s why you’re now experiencing hormonal imbalance after your. It’s unavoidable. But you don’t need to settle for it if the symptoms are bothering you.
With BHRT), you can rescue yourself and recover your zest for life.(
But before digging intoand its wonders for your health, let’s first talk about different kinds of hysterectomies and their consequences for your body.
Different Kinds of
Different health conditions require different hysterectomies – which affect yourin different ways. Your doctor is responsible for deciding the type of you should have, based on your condition or the gravity of the situation.
This might be to treat pain and symptoms caused by conditions such as:
- Chronic pelvic pain
- Heavy and painful periods
- Uterine prolapse
But because differentdiffer from each other, your hormonal imbalance afterwards will also differ. So, let’s look at each.
Ainvolves entirely or partially removing the uterus, ovaries, and other neighboring organs, such as the fallopian tubes. And can be vaginal or abdominal, depending on its kind.
Ais the most comprehensive, consisting of removing your uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, cervix, and sometimes a part of your vagina. This procedure is usually recommended to treat cancer or other severe health condition, and it’s the one that causes the most dramatic hormonal imbalance in your body after the .
In a partial hysterectomy, on the other hand, the surgeon removes only the upper part of your uterus but keeps your ovaries and cervix.
In that case, your ovaries will still produce hormones, but at a lower level, because the blood supply between your uterus, the fallopian tubes, and the ovaries will be compromised. This also causes a decline in estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone production and may lead to ovarian dysfunction or failure.
Lastly, if you have, for example, ovarian cancer, there’s a big chance you’ll need an oophorectomy – when the surgeon removes one or both ovaries (if they also remove your fallopian tubes, the procedure is called a salpingo-oophorectomy).
You can read more about what to expect physically after your here.
But regardless of the type ofyou have, if you don’t want to compromise your quality of life, you’ll need to compensate for the sudden natural interruption caused by the surgery.
So – what’s the best treatment to ensure you live well and restore?
to the Rescue for
At Nava Health, we believe thatis a much better option than synthetic hormones to address the symptoms of hormonal imbalance after a .
There are two reasons:
1are identical to the hormones your body naturally produces, dramatically reducing the side effects that synthetic drugs can cause.
2 And, unlike synthetic hormones made in a lab,are plant extracts. Their molecular structure is identical to your natural hormones, so your body is already familiar with them. This greatly increases the chances of successfully treating your symptoms.
By restoring your estrogen, progesterone, andwith , you’ll experience an improvement in your mood, energy, sleep quality, libido, bone health, thyroid function, and vitality.
At the same time – and this is the bonus –helps to prevent possible future health conditions related to hormonal imbalance, including the following:
- Heart diseases
- Parkinson’s disease
Whether you had a total oror had your ovaries removed, is not fun. Make sure to talk to your medical professional about having to bring your hormones back into balance and improve your quality of life.
Nava Can Help You Regain Quality of Life With BHRT
Have you undergone aand are you now suffering ?
Whether it’s a mild or severe imbalance, at Nava Health we have years of experience providing to address your symptoms and help restore your vitality.
You don’t need to live with. is a safe and efficient solution to help you feel your best at any age.
Contact us today and uncover a healthier, happier you!
A Medical Director, and one of the first physicians to join the Nava Health & Vitality Center, Dr. Douglas Lord has made significant contributions to our Center and its founding principles. Dr. Lord has helped develop and implement the Nava Method™—Nava’s proprietary approach to total body wellness. He has also been instrumental in liaising with other expert practitioners to successfully implement Nava’s range of therapies, treatments, and products.