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|If that's what you're asking, the answer is no. I do not think that is possible.
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|Removing the ovaries completely and not replacing the hormones they make can be mentally and physically devestating to a woman. I have not had a hysterectomy, but went through a very early menopause in my early 30's. I am now on bio-identical hormones--and without them I would feel horrible and it would have a profound affect on my life. I also have osteopenia, a condition that means that my bones have thinned out significantly due to estrogen loss.|
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