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When an oophorectomy involves removing both ovaries, it's called bilateral oophorectomy.
Many of these women also choose to have their ovaries taken out at the same time to remove their risk of ovarian cancer.
Removing your ovaries doesn't affect your appearance.
This procedure removes your cervix and uterus as well as both ovaries and fallopian tubes.
I had my ovaries removed at age 44 when I had a hysterectomy and am now 55.
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Background Approximately 1 in 8 women has both of her ovaries removed before reaching natural menopause.
Your surgeon might also remove one or both ovaries and your fallopian tubes, depending on your condition.
Sections If I have my ovaries removed before I'm 50, will I be more likely to have dementia when I get older?
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