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Fibroyd removal
Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Rinki - Mar 26th, 2011 10:52 am.
Rinki
Rinki

I am 28 yrs unmarried girl weighing 45 kgs.During a routine regular checkup I was diagnosed with one large subserosal uterine fibrod of 11*7*9 cm. A detailed 3D ultrasonography showed 2 subserous fibroyds approx. 10cm and other of 6 cm.The report also revealed that a Bilateral mild hydronephrosis is seen in both Kidneys.
It might sound very strange but I never experenced any kind of Symptoms like Pain, presuure or heavy bleeding. I have all other test done and eveyything else is normal and the homoglobin is 13.80
can you please advise if I should go for a Laparoscopic Myomectomy or a Abdominal Myomectomy or is there an other better solution. How many weeks should I take off from work and the implications of this when I get married and wants to plan for children.


re: Fibroyd removal by Dr Sadhana - Mar 26th, 2011 12:50 pm
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Dr Sadhana
Dr Sadhana
Dear Rinki
Subserous Fibroids are most of the time asymptomatic and are connected to the outside the uterus with a pedicle and are the easiest to get rid of laparoscopically. Many subserous myomas close to the outer surface and may also be removed with the laparoscopy very safely. Fibroids which are deep in the wall of the uterus, or submucous are most difficult to get rid of laparoscopically. Although there have been successful pregnancies after laparoscopic elimination of deep or multiple myomas, the real real question is set up uterus could be repaired too with the laparoscopy just like be done with an abdominal myomectomy. Do you know the pros and cons of laparoscopic myomectomy? The advantage of a laparoscopic myomectomy over an abdominal myomectomy is that several small incisions are utilized instead of one larger incision. It is important to comprehend that even a laparoscopic myomectomy is real surgery, and frequently requires many weeks of recovery. Another major element in recovery time is motivation; I have found motivation could be just as important in recovery since the kind of surgery. In this case I will advice you to get laparoscopy performed.
re: Fibroyd removal by Dr Sadhana - Mar 26th, 2011 12:55 pm
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Dr Sadhana
Dr Sadhana
Dear Rinki
You should go for laparoscopic surgery only if you know that gynecologist is very experience because inadequately repaired uterus can create rupture of uterus during subsequent pregnancy. Our hospital (World Laparoscopy Hospital) is specialized in laparoscopic treatment training and research. and it is a trusted name in laparoscopic surgery you can rely upon.

With regards
Sadhana
re: Fibroyd removal by ersacssgza - Nov 16th, 2012 10:14 pm
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ersacssgza
ersacssgza
Surgery to remove fibroids is called a myomectomy. There are a few different procedures depending on the size and location of the fibroid. Most of the fibroid can be removed by laparoscopy. This means through an incision in the abdomen that resembles the incision of a cesarean section. This is an incision that goes from left to right, and is sometimes referred to as a bikini incision. If the fibroids are extremely large, a larger incision is required that is made vertically. This gives the surgeon more room to operate inside the abdomen.

Most of the subserous fibroids can be removed through the laparoscope. Here a small incision made through the navel and 2-3 other smaller incisions are made in other parts of the abdomen.

Some can be removed through the hysteroscope. This is the scope that is placed through the cervix up into the uterus. Here fibroids can be visualized and removed by shaving the fibroid piece by piece.
re: Fibroyd removal by drownserez - Dec 8th, 2012 7:02 am
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drownserez
drownserez

re: Fibroyd removal by djabogopod - Feb 20th, 2013 9:23 am
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djabogopod
djabogopod
Fibroids are non-cancerous (benign) tumors that grow from the muscle layers of the uterus (womb) found in woman due to unknowing reason. They are also known as uterine fibroids, myomas, or fibromyomas. The singular of uterine fibroids called is Uterine Fibroma. Fibroids are growths of smooth muscle and fibrous tissue.
re: Fibroyd removal by djabogopod - Apr 27th, 2013 4:35 pm
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djabogopod
djabogopod

Fibroid is generally not a cause of infertility if it is not occluded the uterine cavity.
re: Fibroyd removal by scristomaz - Jun 19th, 2013 12:43 am
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scristomaz
scristomaz
Excellent Forum. Very Helpful for patient.
re: Fibroyd removal by Steven D Wexner - Jul 3rd, 2013 10:43 pm
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Steven D Wexner
Steven D Wexner
Hi!

This is a fantastic website to help the needy people. In this commercial world, World Laparoscopy Hospital is doing commendable job.

Wexner
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