Uterus Removal Surgery
Hysterectomy is a procedure where the uterus is been removed through a surgical procedure. This surgery is done when the uterus is been infected and the woman has no other option rather than to go for surgery. This kind of surgery is done when a female suffers from uterine problems like Fibroid, Bleeding where the uterus is been segregated from the body. Dr. Duke Jaspal is highly recommended best doctor for uterus removal in Ambala.
Uterous removal surgery can be done by Laparoscopy, NDVH, and Abdominal approch. We are pioneer in all four approches
We perform all four types:
- Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy
- Non Desent Vaginal Hysterectomy
- Abdominal Hysterectomy
- Laparoscopic Assisted Vaginal Hysterectomy
A women can go through a Hysterectomy due to various reasons
- Uterine bleeding, pain can be a reason
- Uterine prolapse which happens due to sliding down of the uterus from the normal position
- Cancer in the uterus, cervix or at the ovaries can be a major cause
- Major virginal bleeding
- Chronic pelvic pain
- Thickening of the uterus which is known as Adenomyosis
We have a highly experienced Laparoscopic Surgeon who delivers the most advanced Hysterectomy procedure. Dr. Duke Jaspal, hold ample experience in his hand to cure this kind of cases with the best solution. We offer painless hysterectomy treatment to our patients to help them lead healthy life. The procedure undertaken in Jaspal Hospital is done under complete safety, keeping the patient’s tension and stress level in mind. Thereby providing patients with satisfactory results and minimum trouble.
With our specialists we offer minimally invasive Laparoscopic Hysterectomy in Ambala. The beauty of this advanced treatment is its painless, bloodless and scarless.
Other Gynaecology Laparoscopy Surgeries at Jaspal Hospital
Frequently Asked Questions
WHAT SURGERY CAN BE PERFORMED LAPAROSCOPICALLY?
Laparoscopic surgery allows almost any procedure that is usually performed with a large incision (laparotomy) to be done with small incisions (usually less than 1cm). Laparoscopy is used to find problems such as cysts, adhesions, fibroids, and endometriosis. It is also used successfully for removal of some cancers (eg uterine cancer) and lymph nodes.
When can I return to work after my hysterectomy?
The length of time you need to fully recover after a hysterectomy before returning to work will depend on a variety of different factors, such as what sort of operation you had, what sort of work you do and how you travel to work.
BENEFITS OF LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY?
The benefits of laparoscopic surgery are smaller surgical scars, reduced blood loss during surgery, less pain following surgery, shorter hospital stay, and faster return to normal activities.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE?
A laparoscopic procedure may take between 30 minutes for a simple diagnostic procedure and up to 3-4 hours for a complicated cancer procedure. Patients with history of adhesions tend to have longer procedures. On average, a total laparoscopic hysterectomy procedure takes around 90 minutes.
IS IT SAFE?
Laparoscopy is a common and safe procedure. More than 25000 gynaecological laparoscopy procedures are performed in India every year.
Large studies show that the rate of all complications in laparoscopy is less than 1% (1 in 100), with the rate of major complications less than 0.5% (1 in 200). It is important to understand that all operations have some degree of risk. The most important way of decreasing the risk of surgical complications is to have it performed by an experienced surgeon such as Dr Amrish who has been well trained and has extensive experience in the procedure.
Will I still have periods?
You won’t have periods as such, but there some women do experience a small amount of breakthrough bleeding from the cervix on a monthly basis, which certainly won’t be anything like a normal period.