How to Avoid Hysterectomy…and Feel Better

Considering having a hysterectomy? Did your doctor recommend it? Are you inclined to go for it?

Don’t miss today’s podcast if it crossed your mind!

A young woman, let’s call her Nancy, in The Art of Healing Hormone Imbalances group, recently said:

“I am 33 years old.

This past November I began, what it feels, like hell.

I started my menstrual cycle and, 42 days later, it’s still not over.

I have gone to my OBGYN several times–blood work, more blood work, and blood transfusion in the ER.

New “higher dosage” of estrogen birth control and…nothing. Still bleeding.

My endocrinologist said I have hypothyroidism and started me on meds.

4 weeks later…still bleeding, and no changes.

Now my OBGYN wants to go over “options” on how to stop my uterus from bleeding… Hysterectomy is one of the options.

I don’t want to have my uterus removed, it’s not an option!


If you’re like Nancy and have hormonal issues, you’ve most likely been in a similar situation.

You go ask your doctor for help, and he is as lost as you are. He tried meds, he ran labs, he tried more meds, he even tried less invasive surgeries on you, and…NOTHING!

You’re getting worse.

He’s got to get you in and out of his office in 15 minutes. So, he is forced to become a medical Pez dispenser: here is a med, here’s a lab test, here’s a surgery. You get to pick!

Maybe it’s one, and maybe you get to pick all these enticing offers.

“You’ve got PCOS? Here’s birth control…and Mefromin.”

“You’ve got endometriosis? Here’s birth control, and an ablation.”

“You’ve got fibroid tumors? Here’s birth control pills, IUDs, Depo Provera shots, and myomectomy.”

“You’ve got heavy bleeding? Here is birth control, and hormone replacement therapy.”

“None of these working for ya?”

“How about hysterectomy?”

“Because I learned in school is that these conditions are not curable. They are here to stay. So, if your body is acting out, let’s cut out the body parts that are causing you the most trouble!”

“And, don’t you worry, little lady, you don’t need these extra body parts, anyway. You can live without them!”

Sounds ridiculous, but so true.

Over 600,000 hysterectomies are performed every year in the US alone!


Hysterectomies alone add whopping $5 BILLION dollars to the medical enterprise EVERY SINGLE YEAR!

That’s B-illion…with a B!

But what do you do?

You get your diagnosis, and you are scared.

You are tired of being sick. You are tired of pain. You are tired of missing out on your life.

You are tired of staying up at night, praying your pain away, only to wake up with it every morning.

And…you want to say yes…yes to the hysterectomy if only to stop the pain for a while.

So, what do you do?

Do you accept your fate and go under the knife? Lose your uterus and ovaries? Then go on HRT (hormone replacement therapy) and spend the rest of your life developing more symptoms?


Like Nancy, do you say: “Losing my uterus is NOT an option!” and scream “HELP!” as loud as you can?

In today’s podcast, I’m gonna show you that you have OPTIONS outside of surgeries and meds, that will allow you to heal your body.

I am going to show you a better way to keep your body parts AND to get rid of symptoms that might drive you to consider otherwise avoidable surgeries.

Let’s talk about hysterectomies and ways to make them obsolete.

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When you are done listening to today’s podcast, if you want to learn how to avoid having a hysterectomy and find out if it is possible for you, here is what you should do.

  1. If you have a hormone disorder, of any kind, check out my FREE trainings on hormone health, and then,
  2. If you are ready to be disease-free, regardless of which hormone imbalance you might have, ready to live your life, ready to be symptom-free…reach out to me to schedule a FREE discovery call with me to talk about making your health dreams come true

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