The uterus is the place where the fetus grows and develops, but when a female uterus suffers from a certain disease, it must be removed to protect life. After removing the uterus, it can bring certain sequelae to the body. What are the sequelae of hysterectomy?
1. Ovarian dysfunction
Women maintain a dynamic balance between the ovaries and uterus before amenorrhea. After hysterectomy, the balance is inevitably disrupted, ovarian function declines, and menopausal symptoms become apparent earlier.
2. Increase urinary system symptoms
The female reproductive system and urinary system need estrogen to nourish. After hysterectomy, the hormone level drops, the elastic tissue around the urethra becomes weaker and weaker, and urinary incontinence occurs. When the female urethral mucosa atrophies, the resistance decreases, which is particularly prone to inducing urinary tract infections. Patients may experience symptoms such as painful urination, urgency, and frequent urination.
3. Symptoms of mental depression are easily combined
The endocrine regulation of the ovaries and uterus is closely related to the central nervous system of the brain. After hysterectomy, this link will definitely be disrupted, with a significant decrease in estrogen, which interferes with the metabolism and secretion of the central nervous system, leading to mental symptoms and premature menopause in women
What are the dietary methods for maintaining the uterus?
1. Danggui Jinyinhua Tang
50 grams of Angelica sinensis, 15 grams of honeysuckle, 10 grams of jujube, black beans, 2, 2 sugars, 3 eggs, honeysuckle, and Angelica sinensis are boiled in clean gauze. The eggs are washed and boiled, then the shells are removed and boiled together with the medicinal juice. They are taken from the first day of menstruation
2. Water fish soup
We need water fish, ten grams of goji berries, goat meat, and yam. After cleaning the water fish, cut it into small pieces. Put the Chinese medicine and turtle together in the pot, add scallions and ginger to cook, and add seasoning after 40 minutes
The uterus is crucial for women, so it is important to take good care of the uterus, quit unhealthy lifestyle habits, and never engage in behaviors that harm the uterus, reducing the frequency of induced abortions. Eating more vitamin rich foods and ensuring at least 90 milligrams of vitamin C per day can reduce the risk of uterine fibroids and ovarian cancer in women. Folic acid should also be supplemented, as it can protect the uterus and reduce the incidence of ovarian cancer.