When a woman goes through menopause or, in your case, has had a partial hysterectomy, the liver (as well as to a lesser extent, the adrenal glands) will produce progesterone, estrogen, and testosterone (the sex hormones normally produced prior to the hysterectomy).
You will always have circulating sex hormones that interface with neurotransmitters like serotonin, cortisol (stress hormone), and thyroid hormones … which ultimately make you feel energetic, optimistic, sleep well, have a normal weight, and feel like YOU.
That’s why it’s so important to test and not guess! See what condition your liver enzymes and adrenals are in through easy functional health testing. These will give you “circadian” results to your sex hormones (what your levels are like at morning vs at night).