Published in OBGYN and Reproduction Week, February 7th, 2005
According to the systematic evidence review by Neil Johnson of the University of Auckland in New Zealand and his colleagues, women who had vaginal hysterectomies had fewer infections and high temperatures after surgery compared to those who had abdominal hysterectomies.
Women with vaginal hysterectomies also returned to their normal activities quicker than those who had the abdominal surgery, the researchers found.
The better outcomes...
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