Hysterectomy Association Resources Pack

(4 customer reviews)


The resources pack is free of charge to purchasers of 101 Handy Hints for a Happy Hysterectomy. It includes a useful set of handy sheets to print out to help you through your hysterectomy planning and recovery.

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Please note: the resources pack is free of charge to purchasers of 101 Handy Hints for a Happy Hysterectomy.

The resources pack is a useful set of handy sheets to print out that includes:

  • Hysterectomy – The Basics (our booklet available to download to mailing list subscribers on the website)
  • Your Hysterectomy Logbook – somewhere to record useful information and answer questions
  • Ten Questions to Ask Your Gynaecologist
  • Preparing for your hospital stay – a handy checklist
  • Step by Step to Recovery – print it out and pop it up for the whole family to see, covers the first six weeks
  • Exercises for Recovery – initial, basic exercises to help you begin the recovery process
  • Your Scaling Diary – allows you to monitor your recovery
  • Scaling Diary Printable Sheets
  • 37 Symptoms of the Menopause – a handy aide memoir of all known menopausal symptoms
  • Ritual for an Operation – for those ladies that would like this sort of closure
  • References Used in 101 Handy Hints

4 reviews for Hysterectomy Association Resources Pack

  1. Kim

    Very useful information on all aspects of Hysterectomy. Thank you.

  2. Elaine Warbeck

    I decided to puchase the resources pack and also the Happy Hysterectomy book for my Kindle, they are so full of information, advice and tips, I have now done all my research purchased abdominal support belts, supplements vitamins and the recommended Bridget Jones knickers!! I do not have a date for my op yet but feel I am prepared for any eventuality it may throw at me and am hoping for a speedy recovery thanks to all the tips from the pack and the book.

  3. NA

    Unfortunately I can only give this a 1 star, as the download link expired before I could take a look at it. And not being in the best of health at the time, I didn’t look at your email until too late. There didn’t appear to be a way of reactivating the link, so gave up. I am sure it would have been helpful, but am not sure why you have such a short expiry time!

  4. Lisa

    Downloaded this resources pack when I joined last week and I am glad I did. I have been gathering as much information as possible in readiness for my hysterectomy and I am glad to say it’s slowly all coming together as to what to expect from such a major operation but hopefully it will give me back a healthier and pain free life.

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