Mister HysterSisters Guide to Hysterectomy

Help, hints and information for the family of the hysterectomy patient - from HysterSisters.com!

Welcome

Hyster Sisters receives a lot of email from men. The email is usually short and to the point: What can I do to help my wife?

The Hyster Sisters website was created for "women to women" online support for hysterectomy decisions and support providing articles for pre-op, post-op and hormone therapy along with live discussions within the forums of the site. But we know that the men, the husbands, family members and caretakers of the HysterSisters, lurk online, reading the website, trying to gather information to help them understand what is happening to their wives and girlfriends. They are frightened. They are confused. They want to help.

And so, this website is for you: the men of the HysterSisters. Our best hints: ask your HysterSister how you can help and read our book!

About Mr. HysterSisters Guide

We've spent time since 1998 helping the women of HysterSisters with hysterectomy support and information. And, because we often receive email from the husbands, we knew it was important to write a book just for the family of the hysterectomy patient.

We've compiled information based on your questions to take care of your favorite woman going through a hysterectomy. Helps. Hints. Great information. We hope you will be encouraged as you read through this book for the days ahead. Be of good cheer. Because the world is full of HysterSisters, and the world is full of Mister HysterSisters. You are not alone!

We have the "Mister HysterSisters Guide to Hysterectomy" in several formats: Kindle. iBooks. And simple PDF.

Frequently Asked Questions

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  • To my one and only true love..Greg by babz4life

    Dear Greg,
    I just wanted to tell you how much I appreciate you being by my side all of these years. We started our journey in 1995 when we first met. We were married April 21, 1997 and every marriage is filled with ups and downs. We took the safe route at first by making sure we didn't get pregnant accidentally. Now, I wonder if we should have just let things happen naturally. After we got off birth control in 2005, we tried just about everything our finances would allow us to. We took everyone's advice about trying, not trying, position... [Read More]

Latest Question from a Mister

  • Family | Explaining Grandma's Hysterectomy

    My mom is having a hysterectomy. How do I explain this to my young son without scaring him?


    As his mom, you know your son best. You also understand his relationship with your mom—his grandmother. When you sit down to talk to him, trust your instincts and all you know about him.

    You know what your son can and can't understand. As his mom, you know what type of information will ease his mind and what will cause distress. Stay within those boundaries when you talk to him. Use words he understan... [Read More]