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14 Feb 2004

gain wieght
I HAD AN RADICAL HYSTORECTOMY A YEAR AND A HALF AGO I GAIN A LOT OF WEIGHT AND I HAVE A LOT OF HEAD ACHE AND PAIN IN MY LOWER BACK. I FEEL VERY HAPPY TO BE ALIVE BUT I'M NOT THE SAME PERSON AS BEFORE
I DON'T FEEL LIKE HAVING INTERCOURSE WITH MY HUSBAND
PLEASE GIVE ME ADVISE
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GynaeDoc
gynaedoc

01 Jan 0001

I assume that you had a radical hysterectomy for cancer. It may be that you lost weight before the operation because of this and you are now gaining it because you are cured. The only way to prevent weight gain is with a diet and exercise. The headaches and back pain should not be related to your hysterectomy. Perhaps you could ask CyberDoc about these.
There are many reasons for decreased libido - age, medications, overwork and tiredness, illness, pain with intercourse, relationship problems, depression. Try and identify the reason in your case and take it further.

Best wishes
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