8 edition of The no-hysterectomy option found in the catalog.
|Statement||Herbert A. Goldfarb with Judith Greif.|
|LC Classifications||RG391 .G64 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 265 p. :|
|Number of Pages||265|
|LC Control Number||90012692|
The No-Hysterectomy Option: Your Body--Your Choice Goldfarb, a pioneer in gynecological laser surgery, provides an in-depth, comprehensive guide to avoiding what is the most frequently performed—and often unnecessary--operation in North America. Many women find avoiding a hysterectomy is often easier said then done, says Dr. Herbert A. Goldfarb, a pioneer in the use of gynecological laser surgery and author of a new book.
INTRODUCTION. Of the hysterectomies performed each year, 1 over patients undergoing the procedure have severe uterine bleeding as a significant diagnosis. 2 Many patients have bleeding to the point of severe anemia and often require emergency transfusion to control anemia and allow orderly elective therapy. Many of these hysterectomies and . Critics of the widespread use of hysterectomies emphasize not only the dangers of major surgery, but the role of the uterus in a woman's lifelong physical, mental and sexual health. The womb, the shape and size of a small upside-down .
E3 – Suzanne Miles – Saying NO to a Hysterectomy; YES to a New Life when faced with a hysterectomy, she choose the “extreme” option – a Whole Foods Plant Based lifestyle and got a whole new way of life! Her book Her book provides important facts about the toxins that come from processed foods and the power of the food. Deciding whether to have a hysterectomy is a very weighty, and personal decision. If you’ve been advised by your doctor to have a hysterectomy, a second opinion is always in order. Read books, articles, and personal stories about hysterectomy – especially articles written by .
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The No-Hysterectomy Option: Your Body—Your Choice Paperback – August 4, by Herbert A. Goldfarb (Author)/5(3). The No-Hysterectomy Option: Your Body--Your Choice First Edition Edition by Herbert A.
Goldfarb (Author)/5(3). Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The No-Hysterectomy Option: Your Body-Your Choice at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5(2). The no-hysterectomy option: your body, your choice. [Herbert A Goldfarb; Judith Greif] -- Offers all hysterectomy options ; includes state-of-the-art laser treatments and procedures ; selection of the proper physician ; post-hysterectomy issues: depression, sexuality recovery and others.
The no-hysterectomy option: your body-- your choice. [Herbert A Goldfarb; Judith Greif] -- Guide to alternatives of having a hysterectomy. Includes treatment options, alternative treatments, how to cope and speed your recovery, and information on all health issues related to hysterectomy.
Vicki Hufnagel and Susan K. Golant’s book, “No More Hysterectomies,” is an absolute must read for any woman that is facing a decision about receiving a hysterectomy. I recommend “No More Hysterectomies” in the suggested reading section of Chapter Menopause in my book, YOUR BODY CAN TALK: HOW TO USE SIMPLE MUSCLE TESTING FOR HEALTH AND 4/4(10).
West's straight talk and unequivocal position are unique, even in a field of books on the subject. He believes--and states in no uncertain terms--that virtually no hysterectomy is EVER necessary EXCEPT when a woman has cancer.
In any other circumstance, he says, the operation presents unacceptable risks and will likely do more harm than good.3/5(4). I recommend Women on Menopause: A Practical Guide to a Positive Transition by Dickson and Henriques (the only book on menopause to mention homeopathy and other natural alternatives besides diet), The Menopause Self-Help Book by Lark, The No-Hysterectomy Option by Goldfarb (includes no natural therapies but discusses clearly diagnosis and.
Dr. Herbert A. Goldfarb: “InI wrote a book called ‘The No Hysterectomy Option’ which was revised in in which we included many of the options that women would have to helping them avoid hysterectomy as well as a general discussion of female problems including menopause and other : Mark Smith.
There’s a book called “The No Hysterectomy Option”. My two options are LSH (leaving cervix and ovaries) or Uterine Artery Embolization to kill fibroid and shrink it to half its size.
Before the medication there were days it was difficult to leave the house. I am ready to do something to get my life back and have to say I feel betrayed. The author of The No-Hysterectomy Option (Wiley), Dr. Goldfarb is a clinical instructor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at New York University School of Medicine and Director of the Montclair Reproductive Center.
Zoe Graves, Ph.D., is a Pages: Another option is a laproscopically-assisted supracervical (partial) hysterectomy (LASH, or LSH). This allows women to try to keep their ovaries (no BSO), if possible, but this is case-dependent. Try to find a doctor skilled in these newer techniques, many of whom specialize in endometriosis treatment.
We also recommend preparing yourself for. Next, buy a copy of the book The No-Hysterectomy Option, by Herbert A. Goldberg, MD, FACOG. It is a well-balanced and thorough book on hysterectomy and your options.
It's worth the $15 and can be picked up or ordered at most major book stores. I'm also the author of a book called 'The No Hysterectomy Option' in which we help to counsel women about alternatives to hysterectomy.
The parts of the program that I've been involved in this week include alternative treatments of myomas, and I have been involved with meetings concerning laparoscopic myomectomy and one of the specialties that Author: Herbert A. Goldfarb. Even so, some gynecologists like Dr. Herbert Goldfarb, co-author of "The No Hysterectomy Option," (Wiley & Sons, $, pp.) say that far too many physicians perform hysterectomies when.
Is watchful waiting an option (fibroids will shrink during menopause). A second opinion is a good idea, particularly whenever surgery that cannot be reversed is recommended. And being an informed patient can help you to avoid unnecessary surgery. It may not be essential to surrender to hysterectomy after all.
Taking the Alternative Route. unnecessary hysterectomies. Feel free to share this information Inat a gynaecological convention, a speaker said: “Hysterectomy is a racket, where the majority were done for dubious reasons at best, and non-existent reasons at worst” BOOKS ON MEDICAL ABUSE AGAINST WOMEN, UNNECESSARY HYSTERECTOMIES AND DANGEROUS MEDICINE written by.
The No-Hysterectomy Option: Your Body—Your Choice, Revised and Updated by Herbert A. Goldfarb, Judith Greif Dr. Susan Lark's Heavy Menstrual Flow & Anemia Self Help Book: Effective Solutions for Premenopause, Bleeding Due to Fibroid Tumors, Hormonal imbalances.
Doctors often downplay the surgical dangers of hysterectomies, says Dr. Herbert A. Goldfarb, author of a new book, “The No-Hysterectomy Option.”.
Of the 1 million hysterectomies performed each year in North America, about 2, women die. HYSTERECTOMY--OR SIMPLY HYSTERIA. Herbert Goldfarb, a New Jersey gynecologist, describes them in his new book, The No-Hysterectomy Option: "The fact is," he writes, "advances in medical science have made most hysterectomies unnecessary.
A bothersome prolapse can be repaired, laser surgery can deal with endometriosis (migration of uterine. For many years I have been interested in the treatment of fibroids and have published the book called No-Hysterectomy Option, which is still available on In addition, my website is called : Herbert A.
Goldfarb.By one-third of women will no longer have a uterus, making hysterectomy the most common major surgery performed in this country other than Cesarean section. Many women find that an alternative to hysterectomy such as hysteroscopic .The problem, says Dr. Herbert Goldfarb, co-author of "The No-Hysterectomy Option" (Wiley; $; pp.), is that not only are hysterectomies being unnecessarily done, but .