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re: meyoma by Dr M.K. Gupta - Dec 29th, 2011 11:09 am
Dr M.K. Gupta
You have written meyoma surgery but as we understand you want to know about myoma surgery.
To deal with uterine fibroids, surgery may be used to remove fibroids only (myomectomy) in order to remove the entire uterus (hysterectomy).
Surgical treatment is an acceptable treatment option when:
Heavy uterine bleeding and/or anemia continues after several months of therapy with birth control hormones and a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID).
Fibroids grow after menopause.
The uterus is misshapen by fibroids and you have had repeat miscarriages or trouble conceiving a child.
Fibroid pain or pressure affects your wellbeing.
You have urinary or bowel problems (from a fibroid pressing on your bladder, ureter, or bowel).
There is really a possibility that cancer is present.
Fibroids really are a possible reason for your trouble conceiving a child.
Surgical procedure options include:
Myomectomy, or fibroid removal. This is actually the only fibroid treatment that could enhance your chances of expecting.2 It's recognized to assist with a certain kind of fibroid called a submucosal fibroid. But it may not help with any other kind of fibroid.
Hysterectomy, or uterus removal. This is only suitable for ladies who have no future pregnancy plans. Hysterectomy may be the only fibroid treatment that prevents regrowth of fibroids. It improves standard of living for many women, but it can also have negative long-term effects, such as pelvic organ prolapse. For more information, see the topic Hysterectomy.
Myomectomy or hysterectomy can be done through a number of small incisions using laparoscopy, through the vagina, or via a larger abdominal cut (incision). The method depends on your problem, including where, how big, and which kind of fibroid is growing within the uterus and whether you hope to become pregnant.
Please do not hesitate if you have any other specific question.
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