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Myomectomy Treatment In Jaipur

What is Myomectomy Surgery? 

A myomectomy is a surgical procedure performed to remove uterine fibroids from the female uterus. Fibroids, composed of tissue cells and connective tissue, typically develop within or outside the female uterus. They are non-cancerous growths and can vary in number and size. During a myomectomy, the surgeon aims to eliminate the fibroids while preserving the uterine tissue, allowing for potential future pregnancies. This procedure serves as an alternative to hysterectomy, which involves the removal of not only the fibroids but also the cervix and uterus.

If you are considering myomectomy surgery, then get in touch with the top gynecologic surgeon in Jaipur at CK Birla Hospital Jaipur.. We have the most experienced and highly skilled professionals having the expertise to perform surgeries with state-of-the-art technology. 

Why is Myomectomy Surgery Recommended?

Myomectomy surgery is recommended to address various fibroid-related issues in females, particularly those experiencing:

  • Irregular menstrual periods
  • Bleeding between periods
  • Pelvic pain
  • Heavy menstrual bleeding
  • Difficulty fully emptying the bladder

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What are the Different Types of Myomectomy?

Myomectomy procedures can be categorized into several types:

  • Abdominal myomectomy
  • Laparoscopic myomectomy
  • Hysteroscopic myomectomy

What are the Benefits of Myomectomy Surgery?

The benefits of myomectomy surgery are illustrated below for better understanding:

  • Preservation of Uterine Function: A myomectomy surgery assists in preserving the uterus and diminishes fibroids, allowing more pregnancies in the future.
  • Relieves Symptoms: Helps to treat symptoms such as excessive menstrual bleeding, irregular periods, pelvic discomfort, and bladder problems issues that occur due to fibroids.
  • Better Quality of Life: Reduction of symptoms linked to fibroid arthritis that helps in improving general health and quality of life.
  • Avoiding Hysterectomy: Provides an alternative for a hysterectomy enabling women to keep their uterus and prevent the psychological and physical effects.
  • Enhanced Fertility: Treating infertility concerns associated with fibroid disorders, increases the probability of a successful pregnancy and delivery.

What are Pre-instructions Before Myomectomy Surgery?

Before undergoing myomectomy surgery, patients are given specific guidelines by healthcare professionals. These guidelines may include instructions on medication usage and dietary restrictions. Patients are also informed about post-operative instructions, such as the duration of hospital stay, prescribed medications, and necessary lifestyle adjustments.

What Happens during myomectomy surgery?

The procedure differs depending on the type of myomectomy:

  • Abdominal myomectomy: Under general anesthesia, an incision is made in the lower abdomen to access the uterus. Fibroids are then removed from the uterine wall, and the muscle is sutured. Patients usually stay in the hospital for around one to three days.
  • Laparoscopic myomectomy: After anesthesia, small incisions are made, and a laparoscope is inserted to visualize and remove fibroids. Patients may stay overnight for recovery.
  • Hysteroscopic myomectomy: With local or general anesthesia, a scope is inserted through the vagina and cervix to remove fibroids. 

What does recovery look like after a myomectomy?

The recovery process following a myomectomy depends on the type of surgery and the patient's recuperation capacity. Following surgery, the surgeon may recommend medication and lifestyle modifications the patient must adhere to. The recovery period following an abdominal myomectomy treatment takes around six weeks. Recovery from laparoscopic surgery usually takes on the same day, though the surgeon may ask the patient to stay overnight to monitor recovery. Lastly, the recovery period for the hysteroscopic is one day.

Why should you choose CK Birla Hospital for myomectomy surgery in Jaipur?

The CK Birla Hospital is one of the largest multispecialty hospitals in Jaipur. Our hospital is equipped with state-of-the-art technology, revolutionizing the healthcare industry for the best surgical outcomes. In addition, CK Birla Hospital has several eminent specialists, doctors, and healthcare providers of national and international reputations for comprehensive and personalized treatment. CK Birla Hospital provides patient-centric care and empathy from internationally trained nurses to ensure holistic patient care. Here are a few advantages of choosing the CK Birla Hospital for the best gynecology treatment in Jaipur: 

  • Highly qualified and experienced doctors
  • 230-bed capacity along with cutting-edge technology and the latest medical equipment
  • Hygienic and patient-friendly infrastructure
  • Thorough screening and diagnosis
  • Transparent Pricing Structure for cost-effective treatment
  • Patient-centric, high-quality care for a high success rate
  • Pain management and palliative care
  • Complete and coordinated care for patients

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When is a Myomectomy Required?

Myomectomy surgery is recommended when uterine fibroids are symptomatic or when the location is affecting fertility.

How Do Doctors Choose the Most Suitable Myomectomy Surgery for Uterine Fibroids?

Healthcare professionals choose the most suitable myomectomy surgery for uterine fibroids depending on factors like the number of fibroids, location, and size. It also involves the patient’s complete health, fertility preferences, and minimally invasive or traditional surgical methods preference.

Can I Walk After Myomectomy Surgery?

Yes, walking is recommended after myomectomy surgery as it helps in prompting blood circulation, aids recovery, and avert complications such as blood clots. However, one must follow the guidelines given by the doctor.

How Fast Do Fibroids Grow After Myomectomy?

Fibroids can grow after myomectomy surgery, however, the rate of growth differs. Some might develop gradually over time, while some might remain stable and don’t recur.

How Long Does the Pain Last After a Myomectomy?

After a myomectomy surgery, it might depend on individual factors and the surgical approach. Usually, discomfort lasts for a few days or weeks but that can be managed with proper medication and rest.

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