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D&C (Dilation and Curettage)
This is a procedure to remove tissue from inside your uterus. The surgeon dilates the cervix and inserts instruments into the uterus to remove pregnancy tissue after a miscarriage. A D&C may also be performed with a hysteroscopy to remove tissue for abnormal bleeding in patients who are not pregnant. This surgery is an outpatient procedure and recovery time is very minimal.
This is a procedure that destroys the endometrial lining to help reduce or eliminate heavy bleeding during your menstrual cycle. It is a day surgery procedure and has very little recovery time. It is not recommended for patients that still want to have babies. Also, it is not a form of birth control, and you still need a suitable method of contraception after surgery.
Hysterectomy is the removal of the uterus. By definition, it does not include the fallopian tubes or ovaries. The removal of the fallopian tubes is called a salpingectomy. The removal of ovaries is called an oophorectomy. Your physician can help decide if removing your tubes and ovaries is necessary at the time of a hysterectomy. After a hysterectomy, you no longer have periods and cannot become pregnant.
• Abdominal Hysterectomy – the surgeon makes a cut in the abdominal wall to expose the ligaments and blood vessels around the uterus. The ligaments and blood vessels are separated and tied off so they won’t bleed. The uterus and cervix are removed from the body. The top of the vagina is repaired by sewing it closed, so a hole is not left. • Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy – minimally invasive surgery to remove your uterus. Tiny incisions in the abdominal wall provide access to the camera and other surgical instruments. The uterus is usually removed through the vagina, and the top of the vagina is then stitched together.
This is a procedure where the surgeon inserts a camera through the cervical canal into the uterine cavity to diagnose and treat the causes of abnormal bleeding. This is a day surgery (you have surgery and go home the same day). Typically, recovery time is minimal with a tiny amount of postoperative pain.
This minimally invasive surgical procedure allows the surgeon to access the inside of the abdomen (tummy) and pelvis using a tiny camera, called a laparoscope, through small incisions to perform surgeries needed by a woman.
This procedure is typically done with an open incision in your abdomen (similar to a c- section incision or bikini cut). The uterine muscle is then incised (cut), and fibroids are removed from the muscle wall of the uterus.
The uterine muscle is then sewn back together using several layers of stitches. This surgery is a major surgery and requires recovery time in the hospital for about 2-3 days and at home for at least 4 weeks.
At Premier Healthcare for Women, physicians will assess all options before surgery is recommended. Our patients can rest assured that the best care and professional diagnosis of any problem will be addressed fully with each patient.