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Benefit from India’s World Class Hospital’s internationally recognised medical and surgical expertise, now used by a large number of overseas patients to overcome hernia problems. Advanced Minimally Invasive Laparoscopic Surgery (Also popularly known as Key Hole Surgery) is a safer option that helps the patient recover quickly to normal life in just a few days.
The hystera or the uterus is the female organ that protects and provides nutrition to the fertilized ovum allowing it to grow into a full grown foetus. It is also known as the womb. During child birth, the smooth muscles of the uterine walls contract to push baby out of the body. The uterus is piriform in shape and weighs 30-40 grams. It is divided into an upper body and a lower cylindrical part called the cervix. Due to certain abnormalities of the uterus, it may become necessary to surgically remove the organ. This procedure is known as hysterectomy. It is carried out by a experienced gynaecologist surgeon. The uterus may be removed completely (total hysterectomy) or only the body of the uterus is removed leaving the cervix intact inside (partial or supracervical hysterectomy). Since the uterus is the child bearing organ, removal of the uterus makes the woman incapable of bearing a child. This is the main reason why hysterectomy is considered the last choice of treatment.
Hysterectomy is usually done in case of severe disease or abnormality within the uterus and is usually considered as the last option. This is because after this surgery the female body undergoes a change because of sudden disruptions in the female hormonal levels. This affects the overall health of the female for the rest of her life. Indications for hysterectomy include tumours of the reproductive system (uterus, cervix, ovaries), chronic pelvis pain, endometriosis (inflammation of the inner lining of the uterus), uterine fibroids and 2nd or 3rd degree uterine prolapse (uterus descends down towards the mouth of vagina due to weakened supporting ligaments), persistent vaginal bleeding during the menstrual cycle.
Sometimes it may have to be removed just after childbirth due to abnormal position of the placenta (cord that attaches the baby to the uterine walls) or excessive post partal bleeding. In very rare cases the hysterectomy may be carried out as a prophylactic measure in cases of strong family history of reproductive system cancers (like breast cancer) or in the presence of any developmental abnormality.
There are three different techniques used for hysterectomy- Abdominal, Vaginal and Laparoscopic.
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