What is Hysterectomy

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An abdominal hysterectomy is a surgical procedure that removes your uterus through an incision in your lower abdomen. A partial hysterectomy removes just the uterus, leaving the cervix intact. A total hysterectomy removes the uterus and the cervix.Vaginal hysterectomy is an alternative surgical procedure to abdominal hysterectomy.

In this procedure, the uterus is removed through the vagina rather than through the incision in the abdomen. Recovery in vaginal hysterectomy is much faster than abdominal hysterectomy. You can return to your daily activities within a few weeks after the surgery.

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Cause Hysterectomy

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The most common reason hysterectomy is performed is for uterine fibroids.
Other common reasons are:
•    Uterine fibroids- They are the non-cancerous growths in the uterus. If the fibroids are large, abdominal hysterectomy is required.
•    Abnormal uterine bleeding (uncontrollable vaginal bleeding)

•    Cervical dysplasia (pre-cancerous conditions of the cervix)
•    Endometriosis-The inner lining of the uterus grows outside of the uterine cavity, causing pain and bleeding
•    Urerine prolapse (including pelvic relaxation)- When the uterus drops through the cervix and protrudes from the vagina
•    Fibroids/ benign tumours that grow in the uterus.
•    Adenomyosis, in which the inner lining of the uterus grows into the muscles of the uterus

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Symptoms Hysterectomy

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Risk Hysterectomy

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  • There is a slight chance that problems may occur


    Complications may include infection, blood loss, blood clot usually in the leg vein or damage to the nearby organs in the abdomen and pelvic region such as urinary bladder, ureter or bowel. Obesity, diabetes and high blood pressure increase the chances of complications due to surgery.

Advantage of Laparoscopy Treatment

Advantage of Hysterectomy Treatment over the Traditional Surgical Procedure.

Specifics Hysterectomy Surgery Open Surgery
Cuts And Wounds   No   Yes
Pain   Painless   Painful
Recurrence   No   Yes
Diet Restrictions   No   Yes
Rest After Surgery   Can Resume Work   1-2 Month Rest
Invasive   Minimum   Large

Treatment Hysterectomy

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Diagnosis

Our healthcare provider will explain the procedure in detail, including possible complications and side effects. In addition some tests also include:
1. Cervical cytology (Pap test), which detects the presence of abnormal cervical cells or cervical cancer

2. Endometrial biopsy, which detects abnormal cells in the uterine lining or endometrial cancer
3. Pelvic ultrasound, which may show the size of uterine fibroids, endometrial polyps or ovarian cysts

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Medicine

A premenopausal (still having regular menstrual periods) woman whose uterine fibroids are causing bleeding but no pain is generally first offered medical therapy with hormones. Non-hormonal treatments are also available, such as tranexamic acid and more moderate surgical procedures, such as ablations (removal of the lining of the uterus).

If she still has significant bleeding that causes major impairment to her daily life, or the bleeding continues to cause anemia (low red blood cell count due to blood loss), and she has no abnormality on endometrial sampling, she may be considered for a hysterectomy.

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Surgery

An anesthesiologist will give you General anesthesia in which you will not be awake during the procedure. The surgeon removes the uterus through an incision in your abdomen or vagina. The method used during surgery depends on why you need the surgery and the results of your pelvic exam.

During a vaginal hysterectomy, some doctors use a laparoscope (a procedure called laparoscopically assisted vaginal hysterectomy or LAVH) to help them view the uterus and perform the surgery.
A laparoscope with advanced instruments can also be used to perform hysterectomy completely through tiny incisions (total or supracervical laparoscopic hysterectomy).  

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Aftercare

After your hysterectomy, you’ll need to spend day or two in the hospital. You may take over the counter pain killers like acetaminophen and ibuprofen if needed for mild cramps. Medicines are prescribed for pain and to prevent infection. When you return home from the hospital, Eat well balanced diet, including fruit, vegetables and plenty of fluids to avoid constipation. it’s important to continue walking, increase the length of walk each day. If you’ve had a vaginal or laparoscopic hysterectomy, you’ll probably be able to return to most of your regular activities within three to four weeks.

Recovery time will be a little longer if you’ve had an abdominal hysterectomy. You should be completely healed in about four to six weeks. Most women are told to abstain from sex and avoid lifting heavy objects for six weeks after hysterectomy. Bleeding from the vagina is normal and will last for a few weeks after the surgery. Use of sanitary pads should be preferred as tampons increase the risk of infection. You will not have periods and cannot conceive after the vaginal hysterectomy. If ovaries and fallopian tubes are removed along with uterus in vaginal hysterectomy you may have vaginal dryness or hot flashes, the symptoms of menopause. These may be treated with medicines. After a hysterectomy, the vast majority of women surveyed feel the operation was successful at improving or curing their main problem (for example, pain or heavy periods). Incase of total hysterectomy  patient  will no longer need cervical smear test but if partial hysterectomy patient will need to continue to have cervical smear test.

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Pelvic Care specializes in providing the best treatment for Hysterectomy. With our own team of doctors, we deliver personalized care according to your medical needs. Our easy admission to discharge process and State of art infrastructure ensures a hassle free experience.

Why Pelvinic Care for Hysterectomy?

Our team of experts is dedicated to offering excellent care to enhance your quality of life through a holistic healing approach and physical therapy. As a specialised one-stop daycare surgical solution, we take pride in dealing with various types of Proctological ailments with utmost attention and care.

Patient Care

Pelvinic is a specialized, team-based approach to support and care for individuals. We strive to provide a home-like environment and the best treatments for our patients for quick recovery. We offer customized services and personal attention to our patients who come for medical treatment and care. Our patient coordinator will receive reports on your condition and all the necessary information to continue your care following your discharge. Our belief is empowering and motivating you to lead a healthy life. Make the right decision today to become a healthier you tomorrow!

Experience

Our team of doctors, surgeons, and other healthcare professionals have been educated, trained and are widely experienced in their particular specialty.With India’s growing population, our doctors have a wider exposure to treating ailments and diseases and therefore are more skilled in providing the right treatments. Our doctors have a vast experience of over 50000 surgeries and are trained in the use of latest diode Laser technology.

Advance Technology

PELVINIC  incorporates the latest technology and medical equipment in patient care that helps the doctors diagnose diseases and treat patients effectively and efficiently.We focus on developing treatment plans as per each patient’s strengths, weaknesses, variety of motions and potential functioning. Our team is equipped with the latest painless techniques that lead to 100% customer satisfaction.

Facilities

Pelvinic hospital offers the complete range of medical and surgical specialties to treat anal diseases under one roof, with highly experienced doctors, paramedical staff and state-of-the-art infrastructure.Our surgical daycare centre is ranked among the best of the best in Delhi (NCR). As we are the first-ever surgical daycare centre for pelvic disorders, we provide early mobilization, a home-like environment for quick recovery and preoperative investigations for our patients.

What We Do?

From giving OPD appointment to diagnose and prescribe surgery, Preoperative test to day-surgery to recovery stay and postoperative and diet instructions, we ensure to give our best of all to our patients without compromising at any stage of the treatment that too at a very cost-effective rate.
•    We have a dedicated staff to ensure your daycare stay is comfortable and hassle-free. our staff will provide you with all the necessary assistance required such as appointment, priority admission, billing and discharge assistance like detailed summary of the hospitalisation including health problems, examination findings, treatment given and procedures performed.
•    The contact details of the treating doctor and staff will be shared so that you and your medical practitioner can keep in touch with him/her post procedure.

Our Doctor

Dr. Sandip Banerjee

Consultant Laparoscopic Coloproctologist

DNB, MNAMS, FACRSI, FMAS, FIAGES, FAIS

With almost 15 years of experience and 5000+ surgeries, Dr. Sandip Banerjee is one of the finest award winning Laparoscopic Colorectal surgeons in Delhi/Ncr for ailments like piles, fistula, anal fissure and anal abscess, pilonidal sinus, anal & rectum cancer. He has particular specialist experience in complex abdominal wall hernias and a general surgical practice including laparoscopic hernia and gallstone surgery, anti-reflux surgery. He is considered to be the best surgeon in South Delhi because of the patients whom he has given a chance to a comfortable life without any pain or worry. He qualified from prestigious BJ Medical College, Pune. He obtained his post-graduation in General Surgery from National Board of examinations (DNB General Surgery). His main clinical interest is Colon and Bowel related diseases and the modern management of haemorrhoids and fistula. He got trained in Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery from world class doctors Dr. Joel Leroy (France) and Dr. A Melany (Brazil) and AIIMS Delhi. With an interest in Gastro Intestinal cancer surgery, Dr Sandip completed two years fellowship in GI oncology under the leadership of Dr Adarsh Chaudhary from premier MEDANTA hospital Gurgaon. He also completed fellowship in Bariatric Surgery after this. He is currently working as a Head Laparoscopic and Colorectal Surgeon in Apollo Spectra, Kailash Colony New Delhi, and also associated with Rainbow Hospital, Fortis Hospital, National Heart Institute, Indraprastha Apollo Hospital Sarita Vihar and several other prime South Delhi Hospitals as a senior visiting consultant. His previous assignments were with MAX Smart Saket, Fortis Gurgaon, and Medanta Gurgaon. He has been awarded as INDIA’S BEST DOCTORS AWARD for the best laparoscopic surgeon in Delhi and Achievers Award by All India Achievers Association    

Frequently Ask Question

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How often should you have a Pap smear after a hysterectomy?

Most women have their uterus entirely removed during a hysterectomy, and since they don’t have a cervix afterward, they don’t need Pap tests. Women who have a partial hysterectomy, which preserves the cervix, definitely need Pap smears. However, if you do need Pap smears, you may not need to get them every year ACOG’s recommendation is that if you’ve had an abnormal Pap smear, you should have a Pap smear at least every other year for 20 years, following an abnormal Pap smear or after your hysterectomy.

How dangerous is a hysterectomy?

A hysterectomy is generally very safe, but with any major surgery comes the risk of complications. Risks associated with an abdominal hysterectomy include: Blood clots, Infection.

What are the complications

There’s a small risk of complications, including:

* heavy bleeding

* infection

* damage to your bladder or bowel

* a serious reaction to the general anaesthetic

* ureter damage

* bladder or bowel damage

* blood clots

* vaginal problems

* ovary failure

* early menopause

What should you do before the procedure?

Before surgery, you may have tests done to check for cancer, which could change your surgeon’s approach to surgery. Tests may include:

* Cervical cytology (Pap test), which detects the presence of abnormal cervical cells or cervical cancer

* Endometrial biopsy, which detects abnormal cells in the uterine lining or endometrial cancer

* Pelvic ultrasound, which may show the size of uterine fibroids, endometrial polyps or ovarian cysts The day before and morning of your surgery, you will be instructed to shower using soap to reduce your risk of infection. A preoperative cleansing of your vagina (vaginal douche) or preoperative cleansing of your rectum (enema) also may be done.

Immediately before surgery, you’ll receive an intravenous antibiotic medication to minimize your risk of infection after the procedure.

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