Welcome to our community! I happened to notice your question on the bottom of a 2006 thread, glad I did, I am wondering if you have had thyroid tested and been evaluated for depression...both of these issues are common in post hysterectomy women if you have the both of them plus need for hormones and your not treating the depression/thyroid could explain your misery..my guess is Im right on at least one of the two..either depression or thyroid contributing to hormonal issues,,try seeing a endocrinologist and then a psychiatrist....some women get a post tramatic dissorder from a hysterectomy too, all treatable w correct meds /combo of meds..please give it a try the thyroid is simple blood test.
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