Fibroid Removal Procedure

Uterine artery embolization: Part 2: Other Therapeutic Options

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Has anyone been through surgery hysterectomy for fibroid removal? How long was surgery?
    I have heavy periods prolonged periods clots sometimes, pain and use lots of pads. Anemic too. Any other procedure beside hyterectomy? I do not want to keep these painful fibroids. I may have to give up the uterus its enlarge and my tummy appears pregnant with the fibroids!! 6-7 months pregnant. Will my tummy flatten once the fibroids are removed? Please someone reply.

    • ANSWER:

  2. QUESTION:
    Hysterectomy and fat removal. Are these procedures possible together?
    I am going for complete abdominal hysterectomy due to a large fibroid beside my uterus and a cyst with my right ovary. I am about 25 lbs over weight and was wondering if it was possible to ask my surgeon to remove some excess fat from the abdominal region at the same time. If there is anyone who can help me and guide me if its the right thing to do, I will really appreciate that. I am 41 and would like to get back in shape after this surgery and since I would be under the knife and out, I might as well get done with it in one go. What do you say?
    Any comments and suggestions are welcome, especially from medical point of view.
    Thank you all.
    Anne

    • ANSWER:
      Maybe a doctor will answer your question. I doubt that this could be done for the simple fact that so much surgery may overtax your body and cause serious complications. It all sounds so logical but I think it would be too risky for you to do all at once. Also, it’s possible that the hysterectomy procedure might cause you to lose weight anyway, as the recovery can be difficult. Wait to see what happens.

  3. QUESTION:
    Successful pregnancy after uterine artery embolization ?
    I a 29 year wanting to conceive a child in a few years. I have a large fibroid in my uterus that will have be removed before conceiving and carrying full term is possible. I DONT want to have any type of surgery for fibroid removal. Another opt. is uterine artery embolization. Not enough research yet to determine if this would cause infertility. Does anyone know of possible pregnancy results after this procedure?

    • ANSWER:
      I don’t think anyone (anyone HERE especially) can tell you what your chances will be of maintaining your fertility after having this procedure. While uterine artery embolization is an effective treatment for uterine fibroids, the effects that it has on the ability to become pregnant, on the development of the fetus, and the ability to carry the fetus to term have not been determined. There are some reports of women becoming pregnant after the uterine artery embolization process and having successful pregnancies. However, there is no conclusive data or scientific results that establish the safety of uterine fibroid embolization on fertility and pregnancy. You already know this.

      MY advice to you would be to have a second opinion about this BEFORE the procedure. Another doctor may not agree with 1) the fibroid needing to be removed/treated before starting your family and 2) A UAE being the best course of treatment for you. Please get another opinion (or two) before deciding to do something that *may* permanently affect your ability to have children.

      Good luck.

  4. QUESTION:
    fibroid tumors anyone?
    i have 2 outside of my uterus…both pendunculated and sizes of apples… my fertility doc is giving me lupron.. to shrink them? 4 months worth of this. then removal of them. I am scared!!!Is this surgery going to be safe for removal of them.. they have to cut my tummy c-section style… im really scared!!!! i wished there were other alternatives but they r too large for anything else…anyone been thru this?and why not just keep me on lupron until they’re small enuff for a less operative procedure?any docs out there with info? i am 41…..and healthy…trying to have a baby too..

    • ANSWER:
      Fibroids are benign and when located outside of the uterus doesn’t usually affect fertility that much. However, they should be removed as they could cause a pregnancy to become complicated. At 41, your biological clock is close to running out, so you might want to consider having the firbroids removed after the lupron therapy so you can concentrate on making the baby that you’ve been trying to have.


  5. QUESTION:
    For those of you who had a scheduled c-section, what can I expect?
    I am scheduled to go in on Friday due to a prior myomectomy (fibroid removal). I will be 37 weeks and 5 days when I go in. I think I understand the process from the time I check into the hospital until I get on the operating table. But I want to know if the spinal block hurts. I have read varying opinions. I am a total wimp when it comes to pain and I am terrified of needles. I used to almost faint when getting blood drawn, but finally realized that it took them twice as long (and more sticks) so now I just grin and bear it. I am also wondering if there is a smell or anything that could make me sick?

    After they remove the baby and sew me back up, how long will it be before I can pump my breast milk. I am planning to exclusively pump as I just can’t warm up to the idea of feeding him directly from the breast. I am actually waiting on a return phone call from the Lactation Specialist because I don’t know if I am going to be able to exclusively pump when I go back to work in eight weeks.

    I had an appendectomy in 2004, so if having a c-section feels anything like that did then I know I will need some pain medication for the first day or so. When I had my appendectomy I was up within seven days or so and driving as well (even though I shouldn’t have been). My mind is just kind of racing back and forth and I really want to hear some current feedback on what to expect (as some procedures do tend to change every couple of years).

    My husband will be off all next week to help me when I come home and my mother inlaw will be there the following week. Do I need coverage during the third week? I am a wimp when it comes to pain but I am not the type who likes to lie around with someone waiting on me hand and foot every minute of the day. But I am a first time parent and I have literally no experience with babies. I think the last diaper I changed was probably 15 years ago. I am not totally dumb as to change a diaper but I am going to be starting this parenting thing from scratch.

    • ANSWER:
      This is how the day of my c section went (I was just supposed to show up early and hopefully they would be able to fit me in bc the baby needed to be born):

      5:45 am- checked in and they put me in a waiting room that kind of looked like an ER? It was just a bunch of half rooms with curtains for doors so it wasnt really private and comfortable.

      6:45 am- IV was put in and my ob came to say they had no idea when they would be able to fit me in and if i wanted to come back tomorrow (no…im not kidding)

      6:46 am- I said hell no im not coming back tomorrow!

      8:00 am- Ob came back and said I was scheduled for 2 pm

      9:00am- They moved me to a real room that way my family could come in and we could be comfortable for the next several hours. I couldnt eat or drink anything

      2:30pm- They came to get me and took me to the surgery waiting room (i dont know whats its really called). My husband and mom got to come with me. They gave me an epidural and it hurt so bad, I still get goose bumps when I think about it. They made me wait about 10 minutes to make sure I was numb and I kept telling them I wasnt getting numb and I started to panic and cry bc I thought they were going to send me into surgery like that. Finally the listened to me that I wasnt numb and I had to have ANOTHER epidural. That one didnt hurt as bad and it finally worked.

      around 2:45 or 3:00pm- they made my mom go back up to where the nursery was to get ready to see the baby…my husband got dressed in the scrubs and they sent us in.

      My daughter was born at 3:08pm so it didnt take that long but I was panicking the whole time. The epidural made my whole chest numb so i couldnt feel myself breathing in an out so i just kept gasping for air and asking them if i was still breathing (lol, its funny now but it was quite dramatic at the time). They kept giving me something to “calm down”…I dont know if it was like tranquilizers or what, but i remember when they would put it in my IV i would immediately feel better like i was relaxed and then a couple of minutes later i would start panicking again, lol. The only thing i could smell was after they cut me open and used that little torch thing to burn through the stomach fat…you could smell it burning but its not that bad and you will be thinking about a million different things, the smell wont get to you. After my daughter was born and they gave her to me she was gray and looked dead. Then they sent my husband with her up to the nursery and I stayed there to get stapled up. It all seemed really quick and then i was in recovery. My mom came to me and told me how long my daughters toes were, lol.

      The first night was the worst for pain. You will definately need the pain medicine, especially on like the 2nd day when they make you get up and start walking and take the catheter out. I think I only took the pain medicine for a total on 5 or maybe 6 days. I never really NEEDED any help getting around after I was out of the hospital. The worst days that you have will be in the hospital, and after that you have some pain but its not like you cant move around and do things for yourself. The night I got out of the hospital we even went to walmart so I could buy some breast pads, so I must have not been that bad.

      As far as not knowing what to do with a baby, I was the same way. The only bad time was the first night bc we put her in the bassinet in our room and every little noise she would make, i would wake up and turn on the light to make sure she was still alive. The second night we moved her to her crib so we could both sleep better.

      Newborns are the easy part (aside from lack of sleep, which you will get used to after 3 or 4 weeks). They sleep ALL the time unless they are hungry and you change their diaper when they eat. After a few months is when it gets harder bc their personality comes out, and you have to start figuring out why they are crying when nothing you do ever works!

      As far as the newborn thing, the best advice I can give you is…when you havent slept in days and you really feel like giving up, that will be the one time your baby will let you sleep for 3 hours straight…it was like every time i couldnt take it ANYMORE, she would take a long nap and then I would think to my delirious self, see…God knew I couldnt take it so he made her sleep, lmao. Another thing that you HAVE to remember is everyone says babies dont sleep through the night until around 3 months and when you hear that youll want to die but you get used to not getting any sleep WAY before 3 months. After 3 or 4 weeks you will be used to not sleeping and it wont be a big deal anymore. Take advantage of all the help you can. Im sorry it was so long I cant believe I wrote all of this, but I had NO IDEA what to expect during the c section and with a newborn. Hope I helped.



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