Uterine Fibroid Surgery

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Patients And Physicians Agree Robotic Surgery is a Fascinating Experience

With da Vinci Robotic Surgery, patients and physicians alike are in awe of the short time it takes to get back to normal activities. Physicians are also amazed at the precise surgical control they have, which allows for far less trauma than with open surgeries. It's all so fascinating that da Vinci Robotic Surgery is actually changing the mode of surgical procedures.

The da Vinci Surgical System is innovative technology that can be used to perform:

  • Prostatectomy / Prostate Surgery
  • Hysterectomy Surgery
  • Uterine Fibroid Surgery
  • And More

Before robotic surgery, some of these procedures would normally require several weeks of recovery time and produce much pain due to the large incisions and significant trauma at the surgery site. But, with da Vinci Robotic Surgery, recovery time and pain both are reduced because only tiny incisions are made, and the surgeons have exact control over their movements at the surgery site.

da Vinci Robotic Surgery Equipment

The first generation da Vinci was introduced in 1999 and consists of an ergonomically designed surgeon's console, a patient-side cart with 4 robotic arms, and a high definition 3D vision system.i

From the console, the physician is able to see a 10x magnified, 3D view of inside the patient's body and uses joystick-like controls to move the robotic arms at the patient-side cart. These robotic arms are capable of bending and rotating, like miniaturized surgeon's hands.

Although 100% surgeon controlled, the da Vinci equipment works to actually reduce the surgeon's hand movements to micro-movements, which increases precision and, as a result, lessens trauma to the surrounding tissues at the surgery site.

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Evergreen Hospital near Seattle has long been a pioneer in the development of new techniques for minimally invasive surgery. Learn more about our da Vinci surgery options.

Source: http://www.sooperarticles.com/health-fitness-articles/surgery-articles/patients-physicians-agree-robotic-surgery-fascinating-experience-473131.html

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    How long after uterine fibroid surgery can you try to conceive?
    Not sure if this makes a difference, but they are going in through the belly button.
    Thank you very much, good luck with everything!

    • ANSWER:
      Did the surgery my doctor told me three months but I was feel too weak due to blood loss and sore from all the cuts inside. After six months my body felt well enough but no such blessing yet, still praying for my sunshine.

  2. QUESTION:
    How to get rid of uterine fibroid without surgery?
    I want to kow if there is any natural method of getting rid of a fibroid. I have a very huge fundal fibroid outside my uterus, though it is not creating any discomfort, I am only 28 and this may cause complications in my pregnancy.

    Can anyone suggest any natural methods for treating this

    • ANSWER:
      It is perfectly possible to learn how to get rid of uterine fibroids naturally but first and foremost you must understand that this is not a quick fix approach and will require a committed and systematic approach from yourself.

      Your fibroids did not grow overnight and although common, not every woman will have fibroids. There are various causes of uterine fibroids and most of these are caused by lifestyle and dietary issues. Certain conditions need to exist for uterine fibroids to grow-there is never any single cause of this condition, but it happens due to the subtle interaction of various factors which cause an environment which triggers off growth.

      By neutralising the conditions which caused fibroid growth in the first place, this will cause the fibroids to shrink naturally and once the conditions cease to exist, fibroids cannot grow any more. There is certainly a strong connection between the Western lifestyle fibroid growth. This does not just apply to our Western diet, but also factors such as stress, lack of exercise and poor sleep patterns all come into play.

      To get rid of uterine fibroids naturally, you will need to use a tried and tested plan. Implementing ad-hoc treatments may help give symptomatic relief, but will not provide a proper solution.

      The components of a successful plan will include:-

      * A robust detox to help eliminate toxins

      * Systems to rebalance hormone levels

      * The correct diet for fibroid sufferers

      * How to control stress levels

      * The role of herbs

      * The link between yeast and fibroids

      Combining these elements makes for an extremely powerful method to rid you of your uterine fibroids.

  3. QUESTION:
    Surgery of uterine fibroid and not received periods?
    I was having a large fibroid in uterus, I was on GnRh harmone Therapy from august due to which i have not received my periods, then a surgery was done and i have removed fibroid. Now 1 and half months after surgery yaet i have not received periods, Is it normal , Please tell me.I ma so helpless. Actulaly i ma unmarried.

    • ANSWER:
      Hi , i do not think ur worrying will help you , because stress always postpones periods . You have not mentioned why have you been put on GnRh hormone , what I know that this hormone is given to induce ovulation ,when some one wants to become pregnant . Since you are not married , so i m just curious as to why ur doctor has put you on this . secondly r u having PCOS/PCOD ??? i mean some more information about ur age , weight , history of periods would be helpful to make any comments .regards

  4. QUESTION:
    Has anyone had uterine fibroid surgery? If so is it painful and what did you go through?

    I also found out that I am anemic. Does this have anything to do with the fibroids? They are only 2 cm.

    • ANSWER:
      Depends on which surgery. I had a total hysterectomy but the pain was managed ok. It hurt but it wasnt horrifying or anything.

      Theres another procedure they do called ablation or something like that. They either do that by scraping or scalding the uterus with hot water. Sounds really archaic I know but can be effective for smaller fibroids on the inside of the uterus. Ive heard that it can be sore but it doesnt last long and again can be managed by pain meds.

      Get rid of the fibroid as soon as you can. I left mine for too long and ended up near heart failure. Ive had transfusions and lived on iron supplements as well. Its no way to live. A bit of pain now will be so worth it in the long run.

      …………

      yes, the heart failure was due to severe anemia from blood loss. I was anemic for years and believe me, its no good for you. If you are anemic you should be taking iron supplements. And get rid f the fibroid as soon as you can.

  5. QUESTION:
    How does it feel getting surgery I’m 15 and have Uterine fibroid.?
    And sucks that I have to get surgery because they have to remove the 4cm fibroid. my surgery in going to be in a few weeks. And I’m so scare.

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