|Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Rajeev Ranjan Tiwary - Jan 3rd, 2013 5:23 am.|
Rajeev Ranjan Tiwary
|My wife has two fibroids in her uterous and the size of the fibroids are very big due to that her stomach looks like she is about to deliver even after delivery of baby in Nov-20th -2012.
please advice me when she can go for surgery and will it impact her future fertility chances or not.
its mandate that she has to go for it very soon but i am very confused what needs to be done in order to keep her safe as well as future fertility chances would remain there.
size of fibroids are 23 cm and 20 cm respectively .
also advice me how much it willcost for the surgery approx ammount so that i can prepare for the same and how soon she can go for it as she has just delivred baby in Nov-12.
re: Multiple Uterous Fibroid by Dr M K Gupta - Jan 5th, 2013 11:41 pm
Dr M K Gupta
|Dear Mr Tiwary
You did not tell us your wife is suffering from which type of fibroid. Fibroids are situated by their location either in or on the uterus, which effects the signs and symptoms they may cause and exactly how they are often treated.
Fibroids which might be inside the cavity from the uterus intracavitary myomas will usually cause bleeding between periods metrorrhagia and frequently cause severe cramping. Fortunately, these fibroids typically be easily removed by a method called hysteroscopic resection, that may be completed by the cervix without making use of a cut. Submucous myomas are partially inside the cavity and partially within the wall in the uterus. They can also cause heavy menstrual periods menorrhagia, well as bleeding between periods. Some of those fibroid may also be removed by hysteroscopic resection.
Intramural myomas of patient have been in the wall of the uterus, and can range in proportions from microscopic to greater than a apple fruit. Many of such do not make trouble unless they become quite large. There exist several choices for treating these, but often they do not need any treatment whatsoever. Subserous myomas take presctiption the outdoors wall of the uterus. A fibroid may even be connected on the uterus with a stalk pedunculated myoma.
These pedunculated myoma do not need usually treatment unless they grow large, however they can twist and hurt. This sort of fibroid is the easiest to take out by laparoscopic surgery called as laparoscopic myomectomy.
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