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Mental Health Conditions May Be Linked to Unnecessary Oophorectomies

06:49 EDT 27 Sep 2019 | Relias Media

Results from a new study identify mental health conditions associated with an increased risk of unnecessary bilateral oophorectomies, despite nonmalignant indications. Related research indicates that hysterectomy is associated with an increased risk of long-term mental health issues, including depression and anxiety.

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