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A hysterectomy is an operation to remove the womb. Different types of hysterectomy can be used to treat cancer.
A hysterectomy is an operation to remove a woman’s womb (uterus). It is used to treat cancers of the female reproductive system.
You will have lots of tests before the hysterectomy operation to make sure it’s suitable for you.
You will have to stay in hospital for a few days after your hysterectomy until you can move around.
Get lots of rest after a hysterectomy. It can take some time before you can get back to your normal routine.
After a hysterectomy, you will be permanently infertile. But there may still be ways of having children.
It’s natural to feel strong emotions before and after a hysterectomy. Every woman will feel differently.
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