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Hysterectomy
or
Female Reconstructive Surgery?

There is a choice!

All too often, women are told that the ONLY answer to their problems is a hysterectomy.
Very often, a hysterectomy is only the beginning of their problems.
It is noteworthy that a hysterectomy is unnecessary as much as 90% of the time.

In today's supercharged technological climate, the birth of babies to previously infertile women is becoming commonplace. Yet there is still a large group of women whose concerns have not been addressed: it is one thing to be told that you will have difficulty conceiving due to blocked fallopian tubes and quite another to be informed
that you will never have children or be able to add to your family because you must undergo an immediate hysterectomy...

Robin Becker-Menker faced such a possibility. From the start of her menstrual periods as a teenager Robin had suffered from painful, heavy bleeding. Her doctor would occasionally pat her on the shoulder, prescribe another pain medication and tell her there was nothing to do but to "learn to live with it."

By age 29 she had tried everything from holistic diets to exercise programs to ease her pain. A laparascopy finally confirmed a sizeable fibroid in the lower left wall of her uterus. At that point, Robin was advised that there "was nothing to do about it except have a hysterectomy," because the tumor was in such a place that surgery to remove it would be "very bloody" and doomed to failure. She was told that the tumor had to be watched because as it increased in size it could cause kidney and bladder problems--and was also likely to cause miscarriages, if she were able to conceive.

By the fall of 1985, Robin was engaged to a man who wanted children as desperately as she did. She was distressed to learn that the tumor was still growing. She was being told, "We have to take the uterus out now."

Joanne Ladjimi, a thirty-seven-year-old orthopedic nurse in Long Beach, California, saw her gynecologist after experiencing four years of heavy bleeding and pain between her periods. After ordering an ultrasound and other tests, he called Joanne on the phone and told her that she would never be able to have children; the fibroid was attached to the upper part of her uterus, filling it and blocking the fallopian tubes. "I kept asking him if it couldn't just be removed." He just flatly said "No." He was very cold and uncaring about it--as if it wasn't important that I have babies. He wouldn't give me any hope and brushed my feelings aside. I had just gotten married and this information made me become hysterical.

Thuy Nugent, a thirty-eight-year-old engineer in Torrance, California, had been scheduled for a hysterectomy because of her large uterus, the size of a five-month pregnancy. She had been to numerous physicians, all of them stating she had only that one option. "It was June, and I was planning to be married in December. It didn't seem fair to have my fiance marry a woman who had a hysterectomy."

After Female Reconstructive Surgery (FRS), all three women went on to conceive and carry their pregnancies to term without any complications: Thuy Nugent now has a healthy baby boy--a miracle baby according to those who told her that her uterus needed to be removed. Joanne Ladjimi has now given birth to her second child and is very happy. Robin Becker-Menker states simply "...there are not adequate words to thank for the gift of childbearing. Dr. Hufnagel is a miracle worker. I owe her my babies."

The above information was excerpted from
No More Hysterectomies,
written by Dr. Vicki Hufnagel.
To visit Dr. Hufnagel's site, please CLICK HERE.

(IT IS A LITTLE KNOWN FACT THAT DR. HUFNAGEL WAS FOUND GUILTY OF MALPRACTICE BECAUSE SHE REFUSED TO GIVE A WOMAN A HYSTERECTOMY. THE WOMAN IN QUESTION DID NOT WANT A HYSTERECTOMY, AND DR. HUFNAGEL WAS WILLING TO DO A MYOMECTOMY TO SAVE THE WOMAN'S UTERUS. FOR THIS SHE WAS FOUND GUILTY OF MALPRACTICE. IF YOU WOULD LIKE MORE DETAILS ABOUT THIS, PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK ABOVE FOR DR. HUFNAGEL'S SITE.)

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Synopsis
The average woman has about a 50% chance of undergoing a hysterectomy before age 65. Dr. Hufnagel believes as many as 92% of these operations are unnecessary. She tells how to avoid a hysterectomy and gives alternative treatments.

Customer Comments

  •  A reader, 06/07/97, rating=10: Contemplating hysterectomy? Think again!!! I wish I had! I wish I had found Dr. Hufnagel's book before I had my hysterectomy when I was 24. I was told I needed a hysterectomy because I had Endometriosis, I later found out that I did not. I have since undergone two surgeries to correct what this female OB did to me. I am now scheduled to have my final operation with Dr. Hufnagel for total reconstructive surgery. She diagnosed me with total prolapse of my bladder, my colon, and most of my internal organs. I thank God I found No More Hysterectomies. It has changed my life, and Dr Hufnagel's skill and genuine concern for women and their reproductive health has been a true inspiration to me and my family. If you are considering a radical surgery like this please do some serious research first. I wish that I had.
     
  •  Lisa Carpenter (violet@blueridge.net), 02/24/97, rating=10: Hysterectomy in your future? Read this book first!!! This is the scariest book I have ever read. The truth about how nonchalantly a woman's reproductive system is treated by the medical profession is a real horror story. Fortunately, Dr. Hufnagel gives us hope in natual remedies, and arms us with the best defense--knowledge about how our bodies work.
  • In direct relation to the above information from Dr. Hufnagel's book,
    Dr. John R. Lee, M.D., recommends progesterone. It may effectively relieve many of the bothersome symptoms that are tormenting women in our modern society.
    His recommendation is a transdermal application
    of the progesterone in the form of a cream.

    Dr. Lee's book What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Menopause.
    Priced at $13.50. Product #7033.

    We offer you the following progesterone cream,
    which may be helpful for some of the conditions mentioned on this website.


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    'BETA YAM 900'
    450 MG PROGESTERONE PER OUNCE

    This progesterone cream comes in a 2-ounce jar. This is a 1-2 month supply.
    Cost is $27.95 per jar.


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