The psychological state after a hysterectomy - a set of symptoms that occurs in women after hysterectomy surgery.
Hysterectomy: Before and After
If, after the removal of the ovaries falls whole linkof hormonal chain, removing the uterus only the hormonal ovarian function is preserved. The symptoms associated with estrogen deficiency (hot flushes, sweating), not observed before the age of natural menopause alleged.
However, in women after surgery appearsdepressive symptoms with anxiety and fear of the future and for their health, self-doubt and doubt in their "female" options. Of course surgery is a psychological trauma, despite the fact that women who have had a hysterectomy, but with intact ovaries, usually pronounced premenstrual syndrome. And after the operation the cyclical fluctuations of the state, in spite of the absence of menstruation, often become more pronounced and continues until the age of menopause alleged.
Often in the process of total hysterectomyalso removed the ovaries. In this case there comes a so-called "surgical menopause." Exhibit symptoms of estrogen deficiency - tides, unjustified anxiety, sudden irritability. Many authors recommend estrogenzameschayuschaya therapy.
Hysterectomy and sexuality
Removing the uterus is not in any way affect theSexy woman. There is no reason for the sudden weight gain and loss of attractiveness. Loss of drive and depression are caused by purely psychological consequences of the intervention.
There is a decrease in sexual desireWomen undergoing simultaneous removal of the ovaries along with the uterus. Most of the testosterone, the most active of androgens in women is produced in the ovaries. Therefore, their removal entails a drop in testosterone levels, resulting in a loss of sexual desire.
In this case, we recommend hormone replacementtherapy, in addition to estrogenzameschayuschey shown to women in menopause. Small doses of testosterone are designed to support up to the mark as sexual desire, and overall feeling of well-being.