Cutting uterus into smaller fragments for minimally invasive removal can disperse undetected malignancy
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i haver the same problem and I am now on Des plus hydrocortisone but only just started so dont know if it works. I am also looking for answers as I am young active and have noe other symptoms except swollen lymph glands. I had my prostate out 5 yrs ago followed up with radiotherapy and had a reading of 0.04 it has suddenly gone up to 48 and regular hoormone therapy only worked for two months.
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