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Hysterectomy is the surgical removal of the womb (uterus). The procedure may also involve removal of fallopian tubes, ovaries, cervix and the other surrounding structures.

When is hysterectomy suggested?

Hysterectomy is suggested for various reasons -

  • imageUterine fibroids are growth in the wall of the uterus may cause heavy bleeding or pain

  • imageInfection, cancer or change in hormone levels can cause unusual vaginal bleeding

  • imageWhen uterus slips from its normal position into the vaginal canal then it is called Uterine Prolapse. It can lead to bowel problems and pelvic pressure

  • imageEndometriosis occurs when the tissue that lines the uterus grows on places that it is not supposed to. Severe pain and bleeding is the result of it.

  • imageThickening of the uterine wall can cause pain and bleeding and that situation is called Adenomyosis

  • imageCancer or pre-cancer of uterus, Ovaries or cervix can also be treated by hysterectomy

What are the types of hysterectomy?

Types of Hysterectomy depend on the conditions being treated-

  • imagePartial or supracervical Hysterectomy: Surgeon removes only the upper part of the uterus. They leave the patient’s cervix intact

  • imageTotal Hysterectomy: It is the most common type of Hysterectomy. In this case, total uterus including the cervix is removed.

  • imageHysterectomy with bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy: It is the process of removal of the womb, cervix, fallopian tubes (salpingectomy) and ovaries (oophorectomy)

  • image Radical Hysterectomy: Ovaries, cervix, uterus and some surrounding tissues are removed in this procedure

What are the surgical techniques of Hysterectomy?

A Hysterectomy is performed in various ways depending on the reason and the patient’s overall health

Abdominal Hysterectomy – It is an open surgery in which the doctor makes a vertical or horizontal incision of 5-6 inches long in the abdominal wall called bikini-line incision. The doctor removes the uterus through the large cut. It leaves a visible scar. But at Mathrutva you will be guided towards treatments that will help in reducing the scar over time

Vaginal Hysterectomy – A small incision is done at the top of the vagina. The uterus is separated from its tissue and removed through the vagina. It is less painful and leaves no external scars

Laparoscopic Hysterectomy – Laparoscope is a thin tube with a high-resolution camera and light. It is inserted through the small incision in the abdomen. The surgeon can see your uterus, cut it into small pieces and remove one at a time

Why should you choose Mathrutva Fertility Hospital for your hysterectomy?

  • imageThe decision to undergo a hysterectomy is not an easy one. A woman has to lose her entire uterus. And Mathrutva takes care about everything starting from the mental to the physical well-being of the patient before and after the surgery.

  • imageAt Mathrutva, the patient will be released after 15 to 20 minutes of the procedure so that they can resume their normal activities from the next day onwards. Mathrutva doctors take care of every minute detail regarding the operation so that the operation is bound to be successful

So, if you are suffering from any problem that requires the removal of your uterus, then Mathrutva Fertility Hospitals are the best place to rely on.


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