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Everything You Wanted to Know But Were Afraid to Ask

Vaginal Hysterectomy Offers Complete and Dramatic Results with Minimal Downtime.

Any woman who’s ever faced the need for pelvic surgery knows the feelings of fear and uncertainty that accompany such a choice. It’s a lot to consider…Will there be scarring? Will this affect my sex life? Will I need to take out a second mortgage on my house to pay for the procedure?

In the past, the abdominal hysterectomy meant six weeks of recovery time, a six to eight-inch abdominal incision and significant pain, inconvenience and blood loss.

Though robotic and laparoscopic procedures have been successful in reducing scarring and recovery times, the technology still requires multiple penetrating abdominal incisions and is often cost prohibitive – not to mention that laparoscopic alternatives rarely help with urine loss and never address the vaginal laxity resulting from childbirth.

The traditional vaginal hysterectomy remains, in most cases, a better alternative and can be done as an outpatient procedure with little recovery time and more favorable results.

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Is Your Life Chaotic?

Do you start one project and before you finish it you’ve started another? If so, at the end of the day you may feel like you’ve accomplished nothing. Are you an impulse buyer? If so, you go constantly go over your budget. Because of this your finances are a mess. Do you interrupt people when they are talking because you find it hard to listen? Does your mind wander? Do you lose things? Do you find it hard to sit still? Do you find it difficult to organize things?

Contrary to popular belief, ADD and ADHD are not just childhood disorders. Many adults have one of these conditions, yet they have never been evaluated or diagnosed.

The good news is that if you suffer from ADD or ADHD there is treatments that can turn your life around.

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