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Physiotherapist - Answered on Dec 04, 2023

Nidhi Bajaj Gupta has 20 years of experience as a physiotherapist.
She founded the Merahki Holistic Wellness Company in 2011 and is the co-founder of Miraaya Holistic Growth Centre.
She has a bachelor's degree in physiotherapy from Sancheti Institute for Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation, Pune, and certifications in myofascial release, dry needling and craniosacral therapy from New York, San Francisco and Singapore.
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Asked by Anonymous - Nov 16, 2023Translate
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Hello Doctor, My Wife is 42 years old, and past 2 year ago, she had to remove the Uterus due to excessive bleeding, now post that she has become very much weak, her body is also reducing, she get tired frequently and has a mood change, depression, frustration. I asked many ladies about this, and they told me that it is a regular thing and nothing to worry about, but I am very much concerned about this, please advise if is this normal after surgery or required to check with the specialist.

Ans: Hello Anoymous,
Yes many ladies do undergo weakness and mood changes post uterus removal. However it should not last for so long. It will be very good for her to take help from someone who does natural holistic wellness therapies or you can take her to a good naturopath or ayurvedic doctor.
Certain nutrition guidelines, some yoga like pranayamas and some meditation techniques should really start helping her have a better hormonal balance as well as emotional equilibrium. I feel it is very important for her to start lifestyle changes asap under a proper guidance. It will help her to become even healthier than earlier. Also please do check on her vitamin D3, vitamin B12 levels and other hormone tests as guided by the specialist.
All the best!
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