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Some experts say alternative treatments are better suited to treating most uterine fibroids. They say as many as 75 percent of the 600,000 hysterectomies performed annually in the United States for various conditions may be unnecessary.
Carla Dionne, who founded the National Uterine Fibroids Foundation after undergoing the procedure herself, says women need to hear more about their options. "I don't think any woman should have to undergo a hysterectomy when there are other viable options for uterine fibroids. And I think it's ridiculous that the other options aren't being made available to women across the country," Dionne said.
One option is fibroid embolization — a nonsurgical procedure that destroys fibroids by cutting off their blood supply. The procedure is typically performed by a radiologist.
Thank-you Mary (bombobeach.com) for directing us to this WONDERFULweb site!
We encourage everyone to pay a visit to this “educational,”
“informative” and "soothing" web site.
This web site is worth a visit simply to enjoy a walk through it!
Dr. Condoleezza Rice, national security advisor and the person set to take over for the departing Secretary
SOURCE Huntington Hospital Pasadena CA
Dr Rice, post surgical symptoms may not be discussed with the patient, you may experience post surgical adhesions....questions to ask your surgeon......6 month post op if you still present with pain and other symptoms do not doubt your pain and symptoms. 6 month post op do not let doctors and surgeons shrug off symptoms because it is in this type of scenario where persons fall victim to Adhesion Related disorder.
Attny Gen. Ashcroft suffers from conditions that cause ARD but we do not know if he showed symptoms and as we all know he may well have fallen victim to ARD from Acute Pancreatitis or AP and gall bladder surgery. It leads us to speculation about his recent resignation.
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