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Re: [IP] Re: erratic blood sugars and hysterectomy



The uterus has nothing to do with hormones, the ovaries and the pitutary
gland do.  There is the follicular stimulating hormone, the luteal phase.,
etc.  The uterus houses the fetus and has the endometrium (lining) for your
periods, that's it!  If you have a total hysterectomy where they take out
your ovaries in addition to your uterus, that's a different story, then its
called a hysterectomy with a bilateral oopherctomy.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Sue Kinzelman" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Sunday, April 14, 2002 11:34 AM
Subject: Re: [IP] Re: erratic blood sugars and hysterectomy


> I have no basis for truth in this at all -- it's just what I've heard from
> someone.
>
> I've heard that when they perform a hysterectomy, they also remove glands
> or something that , when removed can really mess things up. They are
> responsible for giving you the sensation of feeling full, and regulating
> certain hormones. It should be done only as a life saving- last resort.
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