Hi. I am 30 yrs old with 3 kids. I have had several problems and I am considering having a hysterectomy. I have had to have cancer cells removed from my cervix 4 times and have yet again had another bad pap. I have had endrmetriosis both in utero and external. I had an oblation (ablation) done 3 years ago to help with the pain and bleeding but the pain never let up. I am trying to educate myself so that I am making a good vision
Hysterectomy will improve your pain only if it is the source of your pain. As high as 70% of hysterectomies performed in the US for chronic pelvic pain continue to pelvic pain. You should consult with your gynecologist concerning treatment options for cervical dysplasia. If not satisfied consider obtaining a second opinion. I hope this helps.
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