General FAQS of Hysterectomy Treatment
Our best surgeons for Hysterectomy perform this surgery on women suffering from prolonged illness in their reproductive system, which are as follows:
• Heavy blood flow
• Abnormal menstruation cycle
• Prolong pain and illness in the pelvic region
• Occurrence of fibroids
• Cancer in the female reproductive system
• Uterus prolapse
• Pelvic infections
• Urinary incontinence
The procedure involves different techniques, which are as follows:
• Abdominal Hysterectomy: A large incision is made in the lower abdomen area to remove the complete uterus from the body. If the uterus of the patient is large then fallopian tubes are also removed so as to avoid any health-related complications.
• Vaginal Hysterectomy: In this, the uterus is removed from the vagina only. This procedure is often performed in the cases of uterus prolapse where the incision is not required.
• Laparoscope-assisted Vaginal Hysterectomy: In this, the use of laparoscope having a thin, flexible rod with a video camera is inserted in the small incision which is made in the lower abdomen area. Hysterectomy surgeons remove the uterus in parts through tube or vagina.
In India: 10 days
In Hospital: 1-2 days
• Nearly 90% of women undergo Hysterectomy to protect themselves from several causes which affect directly on the uterus.
• Hysterectomy surgeons remove complete uterus from the system so that a woman can have a healthy sex life even after 40 years of age.
Depending upon the medical condition, pelvic examinations are suggested before undergoing Hysterectomy.
• Avoid standing for a long time
• Medications should be taken on time
• Proper rest is recommended
• Avoid heavy lifting
• Avoid heavy exercises just after surgery
• Vaginal sex should be avoided for some time
Benefits of Hysterectomy Surgery are:
• Healthy sexual life
• Free from most of the reproductive diseases.