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positive indirect consequences of having a hysterectomy

Posted on: August 8, 2011


Positive indirect consequences of having a hysterectomy

The obvious consequences of having a hysterectomy such as infertility and lack of periods are the immediate things that spring to mind when you are faced with this kind of radical life changing surgery.  But the indirect hidden consequences can be funny and obscure.

Over the coming days and weeks I will add to this list as they occur.  My DH is the inspiration for this blogcast and as a tribute will take the top slot

1.  Whilst swimming in the sea off the Devon coast DH remarked that I would no longer be targeted by Sharks when swimming in the sea as they are known for targeting ladies when menstruating due to the pheromones they omit.  He followed this statement by chuckling ‘that’s a positive of your surgery we’d never thought about before

 

 

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