WHAT IS HYSTERECTOMY?
A hysterectomy is the surgical procedure of the removal of the uterus. This procedure may also involve the removal of ovaries and fallopian tubes.
HOW IS HYSTERECTOMY DONE?
There are different ways to perform this surgery abdominally, vaginally, laparoscopically or robotically depending on the size of the uterus and presence of pelvic organ prolapse and any other pathology. We will help determine the best route of surgery for you.
WHAT CONDITIONS CAN HYSTERECTOMY TREAT?
Hysterectomy is done to treat a variety of conditions such as heavy bleeding unresponsive to other treatments, uterine fibroids, severe endometriosis with pelvic pain, uterine cancer or along with pelvic organ prolapse surgery if needed.
AFTER THE PROCEDURE?
Most hysterectomies are now done with small incisions and patients go home the same day with easy recovery.