Uterus Removal Surgery In Gurgaon
Hysterectomy could be a scary word for many females, but it can be life-changing, life-saving surgery for many. A Laparoscopic Hysterectomy is a procedure where a gynaecologist removes the uterus or uterus along with fallopian tubes and ovaries, depending upon the case. The gynaecologist advises laparoscopic Hysterectomy when it is in the patient’s best interest. There are various reasons for which a hysterectomy may be the best treatment option for a female. The most common being large uterine fibroid, endometriosis, uterine cancer or ovarian cancer.
At our hospital in Gurgaon, Dr Amita Shah performs most of the cases through a laparoscopic method, the best surgical technique for Hysterectomy not only in India but worldwide. Dr Amita Shah can also be consulted at her Clinic in the Palam Vihar area of Gurgaon by prior appointment. You would get all the facilities at her Clinic like Consultation, Diagnostics, Pharmacy and Physiotherapy.
Total laparoscopic hysterectomy
The diagnostic option depends upon the problem. A detailed medical history followed by transvaginal ultrasound is usually considered the best for a detailed diagnosis. The ultrasound may show the presence of uterine fibroids in the uterus, but it should correlate with symptoms. The common symptoms that may prompt advanced investigations may include:
- Heavy bleeding during periods
- Lower abdomen pain
- Irregular menses
- Painful sexual intercourse
The next level of investigation may include an MRI scan and certain blood tests. If our gynaecologist at Gurgaon hospital feels that hysterectomy is the best line of treatment for the patient, then she can plan one of the following laparoscopic hysterectomies:
- Partial hysterectomy – only upper part of uterus removal is done
- Total Hysterectomy – Uterus removal along with cervix is done
- Radical Hysterectomy – Uterus along with cervix and ovaries are removed
The removed tissue is sent for biopsy to rule out any possibility of cancer. Most of the patients post-surgery are on their feet the next day and are discharged in another day or two. The complete recovery takes about 6 weeks. You may be required to visit Dr Amita Shah, our gynaecologist, to ensure that the post-surgery recovery is going on the right course.
Doctor For Total Hysterectomy Surgery in Gurgaon and Cost
Dr. Amita Shah is one of the leading and best gynaecologists in Gurgaon, having more than 25 years of experience in laparoscopic hysterectomy surgery. There are very few gynaecologists in India who have trained in laparoscopic surgeries. Dr. Amita Shah is not only one of the few such gynaecologists. They have trained in laparoscopic surgeries but are also one of the best in laparoscopic hysterectomy in Gurgaon.
The cost of a total laparoscopic hysterectomy at our centre in Gurgaon ranges from INR 1,25,000 to INR 1,50,000, depending upon the extent of the surgery. The best part about the surgery at our hospital in Gurgaon is that you get all the services under one roof.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How serious is a radical hysterectomy?
A radical hysterectomy is a major operation that should only be carried out by skilled surgeons. Blood clots in the legs or lungs are possible complications. A lot of blood.
What happens to the body after a total hysterectomy?
After your surgery, you may experience some light bleeding and discharge, and you will no longer have regular menstrual periods. It’s also typical to experience pain, burning, and itching near the incision site. You’ll probably have menopause-like symptoms like hot flashes and night sweats if your ovaries are removed.
Why would an abdominal hysterectomy be needed?
The uterus and cervix are removed during a total abdominal hysterectomy. If you have uterine cancer, cervical cancer, or ovarian cancer, you may need a hysterectomy. Fibroids in the uterus.
Why is radical hysterectomy done?
A radical hysterectomy is a surgical procedure used to treat a range of gynaecological malignancies, such as cervical and ovarian cancer. A surgeon removes the uterus, cervix, and a portion of the vaginal wall, as well as the parametrium, during this procedure (the connective tissue that surrounds the cervix).