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I had an Hysterectomy (removal of womb and right ovary only)

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I had an Hysterectomy (removal of womb and right ovary only) at age 28 and now 60. For past five years I have been experiencing hot/cold flushes with dizziness, is it possible I could be experiencing Menopause?
It sounds like menopause to me. Menopause occurs when a woman's ovaries stop making estrogen.Your remaining ovary was probably making estrogen until about 5 years ago.Your hot/cold flashes would likely respond well to estrogen replacement, either by pill or patch. I would ask your doctor about it. Estrogen replacement has a number of benefits, as well as to be the best way we know to relieve hot flashes.I'm not sure about the dizziness, which may or may not be helped by estrogen replacement. If that continues after taking estrogen replacement, then it's due to something else. Best wishes.
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