After hysterectomy every third woman loses her memory

A hysterectomy can cause short-term memory loss, every third patient over the age of 60. The researchers first showed the connection between the uterus and brain.

A new study by scientists from the University of Arizona have shown that hysterectomy can increase a woman’s risk of Contracting senile dementia. It is known that after hysterectomy women are entering into menopause. A after this surgery notice changes in the brain, where there seems to be a sort of mist. Scientists have long tried to establish a clear link between hysterectomy, menopause, and intelligence. And now the researchers were able to detect, for the first time linking the uterus and the brain. In the course of experiments on laboratory rats it was found that the removal of the uterus itself (without removal of ovaries) can cause short-term memory disorders and cognitive problems.

We live in an age of medicine of body and mind, when brain health and intellect finally tied to General physical health. Also detected the direct interaction between bacteria of intestinal and mood. Some mental problems like depressions, which were once blamed on the “hormonal changes” in women, now have a deeper understanding. At the same time, while all the mechanisms behind the changes in the brain after menopause, is not fully understood, doctors could not fully treat them.

The uterus is a critical part of the female anatomy in the reproductive period of a woman’s life, but in science prevalent theory that this body does not bear absolutely no functionality after menopause. And now a new study has shown that the absence of the uterus even after menopause negatively affects women’s brain. Meanwhile, every third American to 60 years goes through a hysterectomy, and in most cases there is no medical need – operation is carried out in a preventative purpose for the radical treatment of disorders which can affect more humanely. (READ MORE)