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      Laparoscopic myomectomy

      Laparoscopic myomectomy In Bathinda, Punjab

      Laparoscopic myomectomy In Bathinda, Punjab, Laparoscopic myomectomy has emerged as a boon for fibroid suffering patients. This procedure helps to get rid of the problem through the tiny abdominal incisions.

      FAQs: Laparoscopic Myomectomy

      When do these females need to undergo this procedure?

      The doctors of the GEM hospital and IVF centre perform this procedure if and only if the woman wants to do away with the fibroids and at the same time, she wants to preserve the uterus.

      How do fibroids affect women?

      Fibroids considerable creates an impact on the daily life of the female as she feels it difficult to do certain activities because of the following;

      • Pelvic Pain
      • Urinary frequency
      • Urinary incontinence
      • Heavy Menstrual Bleeding

      What is the cost of myomectomy in India?

      The cost of myomectomy in India may range between INR 1,20,500/- to INR 3,17,000/-

      The cost of the procedure will be different for different patients based on the various medical factors. One factor is usually taken into account and that is:

      How far have the fibroids spread?

      Which other factors are also considered that determine the cost?

      • The background and the current medical condition of the patient.
      • The intensity of fibroid spread
      • The approach with which myomectomy is supposed to be carried out

      Which are the various kinds of myomectomy techniques?

      There are many kinds of techniques that are used to remove fibroids from the uterus. The choice of the technique particularly depends upon the following;

      • Location of the fibroids
      • Size of the fibroids


      Laparoscopic Myomectomy

      Abdominal myomectomy

      Hysteroscopic Myomectomy

      ● No more than 4 to 5 incisions will be made.

      ● With the help of the narrow telescope instrument, the contents of the abdomen are observed.

      ● It takes just 2 to 3 weeks to recover.

      If the patient does not choose a highly qualified doctor, then you should keep yourself prepared as the following complications will be on the cards:

      ● Bleeding

      ● Injury to the internal organs

      ● Any kind of the infection

      ● Performed by allowing the surgeon to directly access the uterus

      ● It is also known as laparotomy.

      ● There is a need to make the incisions either (vertical or horizontal)

      ● Requires to administer the patient with anaesthesia

      ● Some complications are sure to be encountered during the procedure and which are:

      ● This procedure only removes the submucosal fibroid from the uterine wall.

      ● Overloading of the fluid

      ● Excessive Bleeding

      ● Uterine Perforation

      ● Scarring of the uterus

      How is it performed?

      After administering the patient with the anaesthesia, the surgeon makes no more than 4 small incisions (½ inch in length). Once the abdominal cavity is filled with carbon dioxide, then the surgeon can easily see what is inside of the abdomen. After that, the placement of the laparoscopy is done in any of the incisions. The other incision gets placed with the other small instruments.

      Happy Patients

      Rajni Yadav

      The doctors are so adept in what they do that they effectively treated me. I did not only get rid of the fibroids, but along with that, It is gladdening for me that I can still become a mother as my uterus is preserved.