What is laparoscopic myomectomy?
The goal of surgery in myomectomy is to extract the fibroids and reconstruct the uterus. Unlike a hysterectomy, a myomectomy does not remove the entire uterus, limiting the procedure only to remove the fibroids.
Why is a myomectomy done?
- Your decision to bear children
- When your uterine fibroids interfere with your fertility
- You want to remove the abnormalities without harming your uterus
The procedure of laparoscopic myomectomy
Often, the surgeons may consider cutting the fibroids into pieces when they agglomerate into a bigger bulge. This way, it becomes possible to remove the fibroids through small incisions on the abdomen walls. In some rare cases, the fibroids are removed through an incision in the vagina (Colpotomy).
Recovery and the aftermath of the procedure
After a successful surgery, you will experience positive outcomes, including:
Relief from the symptoms
Therefore, if you suffer from infertility issues, heavy bleeding, severe pelvic pain and other symptoms due to fibroid-build up in your uterus, your best call towards a cure is a laparoscopic myomectomy surgery. Practically zero-risk and minimally invasive, this surgery has shown tremendous efficacies in treating all kinds of troublesome fibroids.