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Why are we getting so many hysterectomies?

Hysterectomy is the second most frequently performed surgical procedure, after cesarean section, for women of reproductive age in the United States. Approximately 600,000 hysterectomies are performed annually in the United States, and approximately 20 million U.S. women have had a hysterectomy. Women aged 40--44 years had a significantly higher hysterectomy rate compared with any other age group. During the study period, 52% of all hysterectomies were performed among women aged <44 years. In addition, hysterectomy rates per 1,000 in women aged 45--54 years increased significantly, from 8.9 in 1994 to 10 in 1999. The overall hysterectomy rate for women living in the South was 6.5 per 1,000, which was significantly higher than the rate among women who lived in either the Northeast (4.3) or the West (4.8) but not significantly higher than the rate among women who lived in the Midwest (5.4). Black women were more likely to undergo abdominal hysterectomy than white women. This r…

Go and get it...

I come from the ghetto. The slums, I will say. Poor, but I didn't realize it, growing up. When I became a licensed Nail Technician and began to be around clients who could afford all types of luxuries. I began to watch and study financially rich people.

My family is into being employees and I refuse that for me. Even through the ups and downs, I just can't give up on my goals.

How many times have I failed? So many. There's no need to count. I am determined to help another baby come into this world or save another woman from getting a hysterectomy. The joy I feel, when I've helped someone to become fertile is overwhelming.

I have had plenty of people, do me dirty and I refuse to dwell on the negativity of past experiences. I MUST HELP MY SISTAHS, our womb is in a crisis and owning my own business offers me the freedom to do so. Using all of my resources to get 1 inch closer toward the things that I have written down somewhere in one of my notepads.

Women please:
Never go t…