Lailla discusses why her doctor recommended a total hysterectomy when there was a less invasive way to remove her fibroids.
He recommended me to have the total hysterectomy, not partial, but total hysterectomy. It was because I also have another history of positive cancer cells whenever he does my Pap smear. And so in doing this he said it would take up that problem too, as well, so I don’t have to worry about that to be checked every year.
But since I am healthy and I want to have kids, at least a possibility of having kids, I want to save my uterus and then deal with, you know, just deal with my cancer cells that turns out positive once in a while every year, you just watch it. And you know what, with my decision, I was so happy that I did it.
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