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My wife has recently had a radical hysterectomy and oophorectomy following a diagnosis of adenocarcinoma of the cervix.
She was told initially by her surgeon that, due to the nature of her cancer beng glandular, that HRT was not an option for her and she would have to endure a 'hard' menopause or risk a greater chance of re-occurrence of the cancer.
We have subsequently been informed by another surgeon and some other nursing staff that there is no clear link between HRT and re-occurrence and that, if there is any risk at all assoicated with HRT, then it is miniscule.
We are obviously confused at this mixed message and I wanted to ask if anyone has any experience of being in a similar situation that they might be able to share some guidance on ?
My wife would obviously like to take HRT if there is no increased risk of re-occurence of her cancer.
Many thanks in advance