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What are the complications of surgeries used to treat uterine sarcoma?

Dr. Jeanne Morrison, PhD
Family Practitioner

Recovery time from surgery for uterine sarcoma can range from days to weeks. Surgery can result in bleeding or infection. If the ovaries are removed, menopause will result (if the patient has not already gone through menopause). Hysterectomy results in the inability to bear children.

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