Conditions that requires hysterectomy
- Heavy periods
- Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)
- Uterine Prolapse
Procedures under Hysterectomy Treatment
|TYPE Of HYSTERECTOMY||TYPE OF SURGERY|
|Partial hysterectomy- removal of the uterus||Laparoscopic hysterectomy-This surgery is done with the help of a laparoscope|
|Total hysterectomy- removal of uterus and cervix||Abdominal hysterectomy- The gynecologist makes an incision in the lower part of the abdomen to perform the operation.|
|Radical hysterectomy-removal of the uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, upper part of the vagina, and the pelvic lymph nodes||Vaginal hysterectomy-The surgeon makes an incision in the vagina and removes the uterus through this incision.|
Cost of Hysterectomy Surgery (Open/Laparoscopy) in TOP 15 cities of India(INR):
|City||Lowest Cost||Average Cost||Highest Cost|
|Gurgoan / Gurugram||1,25,000||1,70,000||2,95,000|
Can you still have a period without a uterus?
No, you will not have your periods after going through a hysterectomy. However, it is possible to experience an ovulation cycle if the ovaries are in place. There will be no bleeding because of the absence of the uterus, but there can still be bloating and other symptoms of PMS.
What are the signs that you need a hysterectomy?
You may need a hysterectomy if you have any of the following conditions and if alternative medicine is not helping you improve your health:
- Chronic pelvic pain
- Uterine fibroids
- Persistent vaginal bleeding
- Uterine cancer
- Endometriosis even after surgery or medical treatment
- Cervix or ovaries cancer
- Uterine prolapse
What happens when you remove the uterus?
- Vaginal bleeding is expected in the first 24 hours after the surgery.
- You may experience tiredness after the operation, and it can last for a few weeks. Therefore, it is important to rest to recover.
- Bloody vaginal discharge is expected after the surgery. However, it will gradually become thinner and lighter over time.
- In the case of total hysterectomy, when both ovaries are removed, you may experience symptoms of menopause, including hot flashes, night sweats, and vaginal dryness. If necessary, the physician may recommend hormone replacement therapy to help relieve discomfort.
- You will not have periods but can still experience symptoms of menstruation.