Repercussions in the Lifestyle of Oophorectomized Women
Objective: To identify the factors that led to hysterectomy, check the effect on the life of the woman after the procedure and understand the influence of hysterectomy on the quality of women's lives. Method: exploratory research with quantitative and qualitative approach, using the collective subject discourse technique, data collection occurred from January to February 2016, through semi-structured questionnaire. Results: The respondents were aged above 31 years, in 17.19% the cause that led to oopheroctomy was uterine leiomyoma. The age range for the procedure was 25-55 years, with prevalence among 36-45. 80.95% of women noticed changes after the procedure on quality of life with the presence of excessive heat, joint pain, weight gain, stress and decreased sexual pleasure, resulting in interference in sexual. Conclusion: there were negative changes after performing the hysterectomy interferes with quality of life of women interview.
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