A myomectomy is a medical procedure to evacuate fibroids without taking out the healthy tissue of the uterus. It is best for women who wish to have kids after treatment for their fibroids or who wish to keep their uterus for different reasons. You can become pregnant after myomectomy. This technique is viewed as standard of consideration for removing fibroids and protecting the uterus.
Myomectomy has generally been performed through a huge abdominal incision, anyway propels in innovation have given less obtrusive options, for example, hysteroscopic and laparoscopic myomectomies. While this technique is progressively invasive and time consuming for the specialist, it manages patients the chance to remain fertile. A hysteroscopic myomectomy removes fibroids through the vagina.
In this methodology a long, slim scope with a light is gone through the vagina and cervix into the uterus. No incision is required. The doctor can glimpse inside the uterus for fibroids and different issues, for example, polyps. A camera likewise can be utilized with the degree.
“Submucous or intracavitary myomas are effectively imagined and can be resected or expelled utilizing a wire loop or similar device. While submucous myomas can cause huge draining and weakness, their administration is direct with hysteroscopic myomectomy.”
Patients are typically sent home after the procedure and have minimal requirement for recovery. The medical clinic stay can last from 30 minutes to 2 hours and recovery time is generally 1-2 days. For the most part just fibroids that are little and available through the cavity can be dealt this way.
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