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Unread 08-18-2012, 05:58 PM
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better time for female surgery

I need help picking a date for surgery.


I've heard that you are never to have a surgery when the moon is in scopio.
I guess that means I need to also look at mars and pluto the rulers of scorpio.

Currently I have T. pluto conjunct my asc and well you all know however it is my midheaven not only that I have transiting my dsc. Something on most every angle.

what other aspects and transits should I look for? I've had issues with my baby carriage for over 12 years and I guess now is the time If you could help me select a couple of dates for a partial hysterectomy I would be so grateful.

I am thinking the month of December
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Unread 08-18-2012, 10:39 PM
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Re: better time for female surgery

Mars rules surgery and surgeons, so just look for it in a favourable situation. A void-of-the-course moon may mean that your surgery wouldn't take place on the scheduled date: probably to be rescheduled. Look for good situations for the moon and probably Venus. Many people see Mercury retrograde as a difficult period.

It would be hard to find the ultimate, perfect date for anything to take place, however.
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Re: better time for female surgery

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perhaps you can help me figure a date to have the partial hyster? my doctor only does surgery on Wednesday but so far I came up with Nov 21, or Dec 19. I would like to have it maybe in Sept or Oct but could not find a good date astrologically wise
Hi,
I've copied this from the medical significator thread, so as not to derail its content too much.

The kind of information you desire involves using very specialised, mainly traditional, techniques in which I am not sufficiently schooled and therefore hesitate to provide. It also depends on whether you want the op. when transits are or are not affecting your chart. A particular
Wednesday in September does seem favourable as far as working transits are concerned. You might like to check dates against the chart planetary positions/rulerships.

What made you choose the dates you did? Both have Pisces Moons, Jupiter retrograde is no longer in the 6th house and Saturn is in Scorpio!

As Waybread has already stated I doubt any chosen date would provide absolutely perfect conditions, just as a surgeon cannot ever guarantee 100% success. Usually, destiny has a way of deciding the outcome.

Good luck.
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Unread 08-20-2012, 11:49 PM
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Re: better time for female surgery

WHat date in Sept did you see?

I picked those dates solely based on the moon being in pisces, moms advise. Yes I am ready for the op, this situation has been lingering since 1998 or 2000. Just here recently, since june 26th the situation has gotten really bad to where I am not so comfortable.
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Unread 08-21-2012, 09:20 AM
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Re: better time for female surgery

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WHat date in Sept did you see?

I picked those dates solely based on the moon being in pisces, moms advise. Yes I am ready for the op, this situation has been lingering since 1998 or 2000. Just here recently, since june 26th the situation has gotten really bad to where I am not so comfortable.
As said I am not sufficiently trained. An intelligent guess is not the same as knowing for certain. Would you want an intern rather than qualified surgeon operating upon you?

By coincidence, only last week I copied a 'philosophical' text that is still staring back at me on my computer table whilst waiting to be transposed upon a picture. It reads (transl.):
'One does not have to say everything about that which one knows, but does have to know everything about that which one says.'

For me, it couldn't be more fitting on this occasion.

If unsure yourself, let your physician make the decision.
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Unread 08-22-2012, 03:38 AM
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Re: better time for female surgery

thank you so much for your help.
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Unread 08-22-2012, 04:50 AM
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Re: better time for female surgery

Your sugreon's suggestion is of course, your most important consideration; looking at the natal relative to timing considerations, however, December prior to the solar ingress into Capricorn would not seem auspicious, since the Sun would be in your 12th whole sign house under Sagittarius and also Sagittarius is the most accident prone of the signs (according to the statistical work of Modernist pioneer Charles Carter-see his book, "The Astrology of Accidents") So, with that consideration, I would tentatively say that late December (Sun in Capricorn) would be likely favorable-however this would put it around the Christmas holidays, so perhaps early January-Sun still in Capricorn-might be a more convenient time.

However, your surgeon's suggestions will take precedence!
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