Researchers in New Zealand and Minneapolis (US) have found that women who turn grey before they are 40 and who are very slim, may be at an increased risk of osteoporosis. Indications are that premature loss of hair may also be linked to osteopenia (low bone density). (Journal Clinical Endocrinol Metabolism; [1997]; Vol 82:11; 3580-3)

About the author:Linda Parkinson-Hardman

If you do what you've always done, you'll get what you've always got. So, if you want something about your life experience and journey to change we need to talk. With two decades experience as a transformational counsellor, coach, women's health advocate and change management consultant it's likely I've already helped someone just like you already.

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  1. I’m so sorry to hear that you’ve had such a difficult time since having your hysterectomy. Unfortunately for a few women it can have devastating consequences which the majority never experience. There is no way to reverse a hysterectomy with a transplant at this stage.

  2. I had a complete hysterectomy at 30yrs. old,had the Dr. explained what this would do to my health,marriage and mental health besides the financial costs to me I NEVER would of had it done. It was done for fibroid tumors that never even bothered me. I now have osteoporosis,thyroid problems and my marriage declined sexually. I cry because of what this has done to me,I’ve NEVER been myself again. The lack of caring in the medical field is soo awful,I don’t trust Drs. anymore. What can be done for me now,I hurt, I never feel good, my marriage!!!! I want my female organs back! Can a transplant be done? At least ovaries?

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