It seems that some women with Pelvic Inflammatory Disease may opt to get a hysterectomy to get rid of this disease.
But here is what this women's health site has to say on this topic:
"A hysterectomy removes the uterus (womb) and usually the cervix. A hysterectomy may reduce pelvic pain, and is likely to get rid of PID, but there is no guarantee. If the infection or scarring is outside of the womb, for example, a hysterectomy will be of no use."
And too, here is some information about how some women continue to have pelvic pain after having a hysterectomy.
I do think this is a question best answered by your doctor or gynecologist.
Hope this helps some.
There is some information that a partial hysterectomy may still allow menstruation.
Information at this site states in part: "...For women who have not yet reached menopause, having a hysterectomy means that menstruation will no longer occur, nor will pregnancy be possible..."
You can go there and read a description of the type of hyseterectomies and other information.
If you are having any problems, or uncertainties you should contact a doctor.
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