Uterine fibroids are a very common occurrence in women these days. They are benign or non cancerous tumours that are found to grow on the uterine walls. Fibroids are of the same muscle fibre constitution as the myometrium or uterine walls, though denser. Fibroids are usually found to develop in a woman during her childbearing years. They are usually described based on the location of occurrence and size of the growth. Fibroids that interfere with functions of the body, causing symptoms such as abnormal bleeding warrant removal through surgical procedures...
With the advancement in medical technology, laparoscopy has invaded the field of surgery and associated procedures. Laparoscopic hysterectomy is a minimally invasive procedure done for the removal of uterus from a woman’s body.. […]
The incidence of fibroid growth in women are increasing day by day. Though benign or non-cancerous, these lumps of tissues effect health by creating irregularities in menstrual cycle which in turn leads to infertility. Fibroids are removed by the process of myomectomy. With the advancement of technology, laparoscopic myomectomy is becoming a common treatment procedure for fibroids. […]
Uterus Removal is called “Hysterectomy” in medical terms. Uterus removal will be done with or without removing fallopian tubes. After the hysterectomy, a woman cannot become pregnant and will not have a menstrual cycle. After undergoing hysterectomy the woman will not suffer from any hormonal changes like weight gain, mood swings etc., generally, the patients who are below 60 years will not be removed with fallopian tubes unless it is diseased. […]