I have to ask the same question, but I've been told it's normal to gain a few pounds after a hyster. I guess it depends on the person really. I'm not on any replacement, yet, but I've been somewhat struggling with my weight recently. I had my total hyster back in Feb. 08. I really don't know if it's the hyster that did this or not. Like I said, I think it depends on the person because I know a few women that's lost weight since their hyster. Wish one of them were me :-)
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