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Minimally Invasive Hysterectomy (Removal of Uterus)

Gynae center in Hebbal, Bangalore

A minimally invasive hysterectomy is a procedure of surgery by which the uterus is removed through the vagina. It is also known as a vaginal hysterectomy. Before removing the uterus, the surgeon separates the uterus from the fallopian tubes, ovaries and upper vagina. Vaginal hysterectomy is a more straightforward process than abdominal hysterectomy.

One of the essential benefits of a hysterectomy is that it will take less time to recover from the post-surgical condition and the procedure is also costlier than the other surgical procedure. Hysterectomy treatment in Hebbal, Bangalore is available at Manipal Hospitals, visit today.

When is Hysterectomy Recommended?

A hysterectomy is performed to treat various problems associated with gynaecology. These problems may include

  • Endometriosis

Endometriosis is the tissues in your uterus grow outside of it. Although many women undergo laparoscopic or robotic hysterectomy, sometimes vaginal hysterectomy is also performed.

  • Pelvic Pain

Severe pelvic pain can be treated with the help of a vaginal hysterectomy. But the Doctor will decide based on the diagnosis before performing a hysterectomy. 

  • Gynaecological Cancer

You must undergo a hysterectomy if you have cancer in the cervix, uterus or ovaries. For women with cervical or endometrial cancer, vaginal hysterectomy is used.

  • Fibroids

A fibroid is a type of tumour that appears in the uterus, and this causes pelvic pain, bleeding, anaemia or pain during intercourse. It can be treated with the help hysterectomy, which is performed by making an incision in your lower abdomen.

  • Irregular Uterine Bleeding

You may undergo a hysterectomy when the medications and other surgical procedures fail to cure your irregular uterine bleeding.

  • Adenomyosis

Hysterectomy is considered to be a fruitful procedure for treating Adenomyosis. When the tissues generally lined in the uterus grow into the uterine wall, you may experience severe pain and have heavy periods.

How is Hysterectomy Performed?

At the time of the surgery, you will have to lie on your back. The surgical area will be cleaned, and the Doctor will 

  • make an incision inside the vagina to get the uterus. 

  • Using an instrument, your uterus will be separated from the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and tissues.

  • The uterus will be removed through a vaginal opening.

  • Some absorbable stitches will be used to prevent bleeding inside the pelvis.

Laparoscopic or Robotic Hysterectomy

Laparoscopic or robotic hysterectomy is also performed by removing the uterus through the vagina. The surgeon will perform the surgery with the help of a laparoscope. The procedure will be carried out by making a small incision. A long thin instrument will be inserted through the incision. The surgeon will remove the uterus through the incision. Book an appointment at our multi-speciality hospital today.

After the Surgery

After the completion of the surgery, you will be kept in the recovery room for one or two hours, and you may have to be in the hospital for one night. You will be prescribed painkillers and discharged from the hospital one day after the surgery.

It is normal to experience bleeding from your vagina for several days after the hysterectomy, and you must wear pads.

Physical Condition After the Surgery

The recovery is faster after undergoing a hysterectomy. You will also feel less pain than another surgical method. You may recover fully after three to four weeks. Even if you recover fully, you should not lift heavy weights. You should also avoid having vaginal intercourse until six weeks after surgery.

You should contact your gynaecology doctors immediately once you are experiencing nausea, vomiting, or any other gynaecological problem.

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