Many women at midlife are advised to get hysterectomies. They are told, “you don’t need your uterus anymore” or “why suffer when it can be fixed?” Hysterectomy has become a standard practice and it really is unnecessary most of the time. In this video, I tell you how you can avoid a hysterectomy at midlife. And, if you have already had one, I share how you can regain your creative pelvic energy.
How You Can Avoid A Hysterectomy (And, What To Do If You’ve already Had One)
by Christiane Northrup, M.D.
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