Uterus Removal Surgery
Any of these are found it is always advisable to approach a well experienced Doctor without late.
Predominantly menstrual cycle with heavy bleeding, fibroids, intial stage cancers, (benign) non cancer cysts, endometriosis can be easily treated by laparoscopy as day care procedure.
These kind of heavy bleeding leads to anaemia & infectious diseases. Laparoscopic uterine & ovarian surgeries can be easily performed even if a woman would have undergone 2 – 3 cesarian sections in the past. Few hours after the procedure she can have her nice time with her family at home.
The uterus removal surgery can be performed in several ways. But all the methods require a general or local anaesthetic. The general anaesthesia drug makes you fall asleep throughout the surgery whereas the local anaesthesia will allow the body below the waistline to become numb during the uterus removal surgery. But you will remain awake in the case of local anaesthesia.
Abdominal Uterus Removal Surgery:
During abdominal uterus removal surgery, surgeons make a large cut in the abdomen to remove the uterus. The cut can be made in a horizontal or vertical slit. In this case of surgery both the types need time to heal or recover. They also leave a scar on the body.
Vaginal Uterus Removal Surgery:
During this type of surgery, the doctor removes the uterus through a small incision in the vagina portion. In this kind of surgery, there won’t be any external cut or scar on the body.
During the laparoscopic surgery, a tiny instrument called a laparoscope is used to remove the uterus. The laparoscope is a long tiny tube with a high-intensity light and a high-resolution camera at front side. A small incision is made in the abdomen part of the body to locate the uterus through a laparoscope. Three or four small incisions are made rather than piercing a large cut. Once the surgeon located the uterus by this procedure then they cut the uterus into small pieces and removes one at a time.