How to have a voluntary hysterectomy in melbourne part 3: advice

What you’ll need first persistence, especially if you’re younger than 35 a little spiel prepared about how you’re transgender and you’ve thought about this surgery very hard for years and years and you’re definitely not going to change your mind and sue anyone private health insurance and a year of waiting, tbh. I was uninsured… Continue reading How to have a voluntary hysterectomy in melbourne part 3: advice

How to have a voluntary hysterectomy in melbourne part 2: the boring details of surgery

This is a very long and boring post for the people who like to know every single detail. links to sections:The days before the surgeryThe day of the surgeryThe days after the surgeryPain and discomfortThings I’m not allowed to do I had a laproscopic hysterectomy with bilateral saplingectomy (medicare item number 35754), which means they… Continue reading How to have a voluntary hysterectomy in melbourne part 2: the boring details of surgery

how to have a voluntary hysterectomy in melbourne part 1: finding a surgeon

The first thing you have to know is that you can’t escape the round abstract torsos of gynaecological graphic design. Those voluptuous femmes will follow you everywhere. All the information sheets will refer to you as a woman, all internet advice will start with “hey ladies”, and if you google questions you will be recommended… Continue reading how to have a voluntary hysterectomy in melbourne part 1: finding a surgeon