Hysterectomy at best of Hospitals and Wellness centres

About hysterectomy

Hysterectomy is a surgical procedure to remove a woman’s uterus and sometimes maybe the fallopian tubes and ovaries as well, depending on the condition and the doctor’s opinion.

Uterus also called the womb, is the place where the baby grows inside a woman. After hysterectomy, the patient will be unable to get pregnant and get menstrual periods.

There are a few surgical approaches to the procedure which depends on the reason the person is going for hysterectomy.

Why do you need one?

Hysterectomy is done to treat various gynecological problems. Although you should always ask your doctor about the possible risks and the outcome of the surgery so that you are prepared in advance. Most hysterectomies are not emergencies so the patient has time to think about the procedure and its approach. The reasons why you may need hysterectomy are-

●    Fibroids- Non-cancerous growth in the uterus causing heavy bleeding and pain.

●    Endometriosis- A disorder when the tissue grows abnormally outside the uterine lining.

●    Endometrial cancer, uterine sarcoma, cervical cancer, and cancer of the ovaries or fallopian tubes.

●    Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)- An Infection of the female reproductive organs.

●    General abnormal menstrual bleeding

●    Uterine prolapse- It happens when the uterus slips or descends into the vagina.

●    Delivery complications.

Types of hysterectomy surgeries

Hysterectomy is done by either abdominal approach (incision is made in your lower abdomen) or laparoscopic approach (inserting a small tube and camera through an incision in your tummy). The recovery period for laparoscopic procedure is 1-2 weeks, compared to 4-6 weeks after an abdominal hysterectomy.

The type of approach and the type of surgery depends on the reason for hysterectomy. The main 3 types of hysterectomy surgeries are-

  1. Total hysterectomy- The most common type of hysterectomy where all of the uterus is removed, including the cervix. Falopian tubes and ovaries may or may not be removed (depending on the reason for the surgery). This type of surgery is usually preferred as it reduces the chances of cancer development at a later stage.
  2. Partial Hysterectomy- This involves removing the uterus but keeping the cervix intact. This hysterectomy procedure is recommended to treat fibroids or abnormal bleeding.
  3. Radical Hysterectomy- This type of hysterectomy is done when patient is suffering from cancer. The doctor removes the uterus, cervix, fallopian tubes and your ovaries along with a part of your vagina.

Risks/Side effects of hysterectomy

There are a few things to look out for after your hysterectomy to ensure full and fast recovery. These can be-

●    Bleeding during or after surgery

●    Infection from the wound

●    Early menopause, hot flashes, mood wings - when ovaries are also removed

●    Blood clots in veins

●    Ovary failure

●    Bladder damage

●    Heart or breathing complications from anesthesia

●    Injury to the urinary tract or nearby organs

RAK Hospital, Ras Al Khaimah

Al Qusaidat, P O Box No: 11393, Ras Al Khaimah UAE.

Brief about Hospital

  • The hospital is managed in co-operation with Sonnenhof Swiss Health (SSH) of Switzerland, which is renowned for excellence in healthcare.
  • 2017: Awarded Health Magazine Award - Distinguished Hospital Infrastructure Development
  • Complimentary limousine pickup and drop for out of town patients and guests.
  • Luxury Spa treatments for new mothers, including in room Facials, Manicure and Pedicures, all included as part of our Royal Delivery Package.
  • Complimentary Spa treatment for all Health check up patients while they wait for their reports.

Aster DM Healthcare, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Brief about Hospital

  • Accredited by Joint Commission International (JCI)
  • Multiple operating theaters and intensive care units (ICUs)
  • Fully equipped Dialysis Unit
  • Mother and child friendly hospital with Labor room,

Aster Medcity, Kochi, Kerala

Kuttisahib Road, Near P.O, Cheranelloor, Kothad Bridge, South Chittoor, Kerala 682027 Kochi, India

Brief about Hospital

  • 670-bed multispeciality hospital, JCI and NABH accredited.
  • 8 centers of excellence.
  • Has facility for Minimal Access Robotic Surgery (MARS) using da Vinci Surgical System.

Meitra Hospital, Kerala, India

Karaparamba – Kunduparamba, Mini Bypass Rd, Calicut, Kerala 673005

Brief about Hospital

  • The hospital holds a capacity of 220 beds, 52 ICU suites, and seven fully-equipped operation theatres along with an expansion of 4,32,000 square-foot area providing a capacity of 500 beds.
  • The hospital is known to have the first integrated Ortho Neuro Spine center with an ‘O’ arm facility.
  • The hospital has South India’s first Robotic Hybrid Cath Lab with 3-D imaging techniques.
  • India’s first ever Unit Dose Medication system which ensures maximum accuracy and safety

Nanavati Hospital, Mumbai

S V Road, Vile Parle West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400056

Brief about Hospital

  • 350 bed facility
  • 55 speciality departments
  • 350 consultants, 100 resident doctors, 475 nursing staff and 1500 employees.

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