Robotic Laparoscopic Hysterectomy: Week 6-7 Recovery

Acne in weird places, a 6 week checkup, and back to life as I know it; all things we discuss in the week 6-7 of my hysterectomy recovery series!

I won’t waste my time or yours, let’s get into it!

Watch the video below or continue scrolling for timestamps.


( 0:15 ) Feeling practically back to normal.

( 0:44 ) Deep cleaned the house.

( 1:08 ) Feeling fatigue and sick with increased activity.

( 1:55 ) Extreme tension in my body.

( 2:15 ) Experiencing headaches.

( 3:05 ) First post-op chiropractic experience.

( 6:10 ) Experiencing pain in the pelvic region.

( 6:56) Experiencing back pain.

( 7:20 ) Breaking out in the most bizarre places.

Breakdown of surgery report

(uterus and tubes, hysterectomy with bilateral salpingectomy)

Final diagnosis:

  • 7 blocks
  • endometriosis
  • cervix with chronic cystic cervicitis and squamous metaplasia.
  • weakly-proliferative endometrium.
  • focal serial uterine adhesions.
  • right fallopian tube with benign paratubal cyst, and Brenner’s rests.
  • left fallopian tube with benign paratubal cyst.
  • adenomyosis
  • dyspareunia
  • severe dysmenorrhea
  • overactive bladder
  • incomplete uterovaginal prolapse.
  • tilted, oversized uterus

( 11: 20 ) Acne started to level out

( 11:35 ) Post-op checkup and clearances.

( 13:00 ) Sex talk.

( 13:45 ) Cleared, but on slight restrictions.

( 14:44 ) Beach experience.

( 15:20 ) Body hurting.

Week 6 and week 7 definitely felt like transitional weeks, but there is still more to come in two more updates. Be on the lookout for those.

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