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Overview

Hysterectomy - Treatment, Procedure And Side Effects

What is the treatment?

 

A cutting out is associate degree operation to get rid of a woman's womb.

A woman might have a cutting out for various reasons, including: female internal reproductive organ fibroids that cause pain, bleeding, or alternative issues.

Uterine prolapse, that may be a slippery of the womb from its traditional position into the canal canal.


How is the treatment done?


You may need a hysterectomy to treat:


• Gynecologic cancer.

 

If you have got a medical specialty cancer — like cancer of the womb or cervix — a cutting out could also be your best treatment choice.

Depending on the specific cancer you have and how advanced it is, your other options might include radiation or chemotherapy.


• Fibroids.

 

A cutting out is that the solely bound, permanent resolution for fibroids — benign female internal reproductive organ tumors that always cause persistent trauma, anemia, girdle pain or bladder pressure.

Nonsurgical treatments of fibroids are a possibility, depending on your discomfort level and tumor size. Many women with fibroids have minimal symptoms and require no treatment.


• Endometriosis.

 

In adenomyosis, the tissue lining the within of your womb (endometrium) grows outside the womb on your ovaries, fallopian tubes, or other pelvic or abdominal organs.

When medication or conservative surgery does not improve adenomyosis, you would possibly would like a cutting out in conjunction with removal of your ovaries and fallopian tubes (bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy).


• Uterine prolapse.

 

Descent of the womb into your channel will happen once supporting ligaments and tissues weaken.Uterine prolapse will cause enuresis, girdle pressure or issue with internal organ movements.A cutting out could also be necessary to treat these conditions.


• Abnormal vaginal bleeding.

 

If your periods square measure significant, irregular or prolonged each cycle, a hysterectomy may bring relief when the bleeding can't be controlled by other method.

 


• Chronic pelvic pain.

 

Occasionally, surgery is a necessary last resort for women who experience chronic pelvic pain that clearly arises in the uterus.

However, a cutting out provides no relief from several varieties of girdle pain, and an unnecessary hysterectomy may create new problems.

Seek careful analysis before continuing with such surgical operation.


Who is eligible for the treatment? (When is the treatment done?)


The Hysterectomy surgery is opted for only if other methods haven't been able to provide results. The most common eligibility criteria include:


• Heavy:Often caused by the presence of fibroids, heavy periods can pose other problems such as menstrual cramps, irritability and nausea.


• Uterine prolapse: This is characterized by the uterus dropping into the vagina as a result of the weakening of the supportive ligaments and tissues.


• Uterine prolapse: This is characterized by the uterus dropping into the vagina as a result of the weakening of the supportive ligaments and tissues.


• Cervical or ovarian cancer


• Pelvic pain: This can be because of endometriosis,adenomyosis, incomplete treatment of PIDs and/or fibroids.

 


Who is not eligible for the treatment?


There are no non-eligibility criteria as such, however:


• The woman should talk it out with the doctor regarding her sex life post hysterectomy as a woman's libido could take a beating and also suffer from sexual disfunction.


• Also, if the woman is running a temperature, the surgery should not be carried out.


Are there any side effects?


Side Effects.

 

The facet effects you'll expertise once a cutting out square measure dependent upon the kind of cutting out you receive.

 

Considering that allhysterectomy surgeries involve the removal of the uterus, women who have not yet entered menopause will no longer menstruate (an event called forced or surgical menopause)


What are the post-treatment guidelines?


The basic post-operative guidelines are:


• The woman should avoid lifting any heavy weight post surgery.


• The woman must also avoid bathing in tubs for a period of about 5-6 weeks post surgery.


How long does it take to recover?


It will take 1-2 weeks for recover.

 

What is the value of the treatment in India?


Price between Rs.1,82,000 to Rs.2,40,000.


Are the results of the treatment permanent?


Yes

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