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fibroid uterus
Discussion in 'All Categories' started by dr. s k srivastava - Nov 21st, 2011 10:48 pm.
dr. s k srivastava
dr. s k srivastava
my wife 45 yrs. is having multiple small fibroids with excessive bleeding during periods.i wish to get lap hysterectomy done.please guide.i am a general surgeon at lucknow.
re: fibroid uterus by Dr JS Chauhan - Nov 23rd, 2011 11:00 pm
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Dr JS Chauhan
Dr JS Chauhan
Dear Dr. S K Srivastava

Your wife should go for laparoscopic hysterectomy. The advantages within the conventional hysterectomy are that there is minimal tissue handling leading to a lot less discomfort and lesser probability of adhesion formation following a operation. 2-3 tiny incisions of .5-1 centimetres as with comparison to 10-15cms in conventional procedure receive around the abdomen resulting in less bloodstream loss and lesser probability of wound infection with decreased a hospital stay and early recovery as with comparison to standard surgery.

Usually all the patients who've been advised for conventional hysterectomy can undergo laparoscopic hysterectomy, provided how large uterus is not so large (that's bigger than 20 centimetres).

You are not diabetes or hypertension could also undergo this process following the the elements is within check, and actually the benefits of lesser probability of infection and early recovery are extremely advantageous for the kids.

Someone that has gone through procedures previously could also undergo this process and when you will find adhesions due to previous procedures, they might be removed with the laparoscopic hysterectomy, within the same sitting.

It is also simple to treat or get rid of the sex gland and tubes while undertaking laparoscopic hysterectomy.

The normal routine tests are needed for each other operative procedure with no special analysis is needed for laparoscopic hysterectomy.

To produce the operation simpler, the recovery following a operation faster and resumption of normal work or activity earlier, some medications along with diet restriction is began 2-three days before the operation.

Once the patient is fully looked into and it has been through an anaesthetic check-up, she'll get accepted round the morning in the operation.

The whole stay in hospital is usually for just two days, after which it you can go back home. With an average, two hrs after lunch and eight hrs relaxation after dinner is what is usually suggested. The person can climb stairs gradually, walk half to 1 km gradually and execute sedentary work on home with little difficulty. It is possible to bathe since the stitch dressing is generally waterproof.

Routinely, the person is known as Seven days following a operation for removing stitches after which it red carpet days to have an internal check-up.

When the stitches are removed, the individual can resume normal activity like walking, jogging, cooking, driving, relaxing in front from the computer systems for 4-6 several hours etc.

With regards
JS chauhan
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