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Hello I’m 36 and was diagnosed with complex atypical hyperplasia a age 33. I have no kids and definitely want them but was told only way get rid of cancer is hysterectomy. Devastating my first emotion along with defeat. I’m in process to freeze my eggs and have surrogate. I feel alone with this and I have family and close friends who give me empowering words of encouragement but honestly doesn’…
Each year, more than 600,000 women in the United States undergo hysterectomies or fibroid removal surgery for primarily benign conditions. A large number of these procedures are performed using a l...
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