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Continuous bleeding, cramps since polypectomy, bloating, obese, had IUD, taking oral provera. Will hysterectomy help?

i am on oral provera , have significant adenomyosis , have been bleeding since a polypectomy in March. I also had an IUD inserted at the same time. After 4 weeksthe IUD was expelled although not seen. Ultrasound, digging around in my uterus and xray of abdomen show no IUD. I m due for partial supracervical hysterectomy in June. I feel bloated and fat and tired and crampy and am still bleeding even with the provera regimen. Will I be better after hysterectomy as in, lighter, thinner, less hormonal, more sexy???
Asked On : Thu, 17 May 2012
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Pediatrician 's  Response
welcome to hcm
thanks for the query
bloating, drowsiness, weight gain all are the side effects of provera
there are many side effects of this drug also
if after hysterectomy your bleeding problem subsides then your doctor will stop the provera
so definitely you will loose weight.also do regular exercise .
have proper protein and micro nutrients in food. have more water. more green leafy vegetables
hope this information will be helpful to you
wish you good health
Answered: Thu, 17 May 2012
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General & Family Physician Dr. Mukesh Porwal's  Response
hello!well after hysterectomy you will definately get rid of bleeding & rest of the thing will depend on yourself as how u handlein post operative period.
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