Obstetrics and Gynaecology Treatment Specialists solved only in Aastha Health Care Hospital, mumbai, mulund, india
A woman starts her journey as a daughter fulfilling the expectations of her family. She then becomes a wife, and supports the needs of her family. As a mother, then she becomes an epitome of sacrifice and surrenders completely for the needs of her child. In the old age, she plays an important role in holding her family together and providing guidance to the youngsters. She plays all these roles with dignity and grace and hence womanhood is ever saluted. During this entire phase, she also submits her body to numerous pains and tortures, physical abuse and more.
No branch of medicine has changed as radically in the past three decades, as has Obstetrics and Gynaecology. This specialty has expanded its horizons and interests. The obstetrician and gynaecologist has assumed new roles and reverted to traditional relationships with the female patient:
* As a primary physician for women from the menarche to the end of life;
* As a protagonist for social awareness and change in women’s rights, human sexuality, contraception and population dynamics;
* As a biological scientist whose major focus is human reproduction in all of its physiologic and pathologic aspects.
At the same time, we cannot forget that this is an intensely human, emotion-laden process which must not lose its psychological character and force in a welter of scientific methodology. So Aastha has a special cell for Obstetrics and Gynaecology to recognize the problems of these amazing women and take care of them. This special cell offers the care of the pregnant woman, her unborn child and the management of diseases specific to women.
At Aastha, we have introduced the concept of ‘painless delivery’. And not only this, we have combined clinical expertise along with latest technologies to meet the unique needs of infants by providing a comprehensive array of general, tertiary and specialty care. While keeping pace with the latest advances in medical science, we have also ensured that the human elements of caring and compassion have remained the same. This is the reason why Aastha has become the choice for those who desire a family-centred maternity experience with the added assurance of a highly specialized staff and the most advanced equipment for any special needs that may arise.
Our specialty offers a wide range of sub-specialties areas, which include Maternal-foetal Medicine, Gynaecologic Oncology, Gynaecological Urology, Reproductive Medicine and Community Gynaecology. At Aastha, we encourage more of minimal invasive procedures to ensure speedy recovery of our patients. Laparoscopy is a minimally invasive approach that involves specialized video equipment and instruments that allows a surgeon to operate inside the body through tiny incisions, most of which are less than a half-centimetre in size. So the laparoscopy surgeries are more preferred because the healing rate is faster. This enables the patient to resume her normal activities much faster compared to the traditional ‘open surgeries’. Continue below to learn more about our comprehensive obstetrical programs and gynaecological surgeries.
* Laparoscopic Hysterectomy
* Laparoscopic Tubal Ligation
* Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy
* Laparoscopic Ectopic Pregnancy Evacuation
* Laparoscopic Myomectomy for Fibroids
* Diagnostic Laparoscopy
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Frequently Asked Questions
are there any women out there who have had a myomectomy for uterine fibroids? have to get one and am nervous!?
i want to have a baby in a few years, and was told the myomectomy was the only was to have fibroids removed and preserve fertility. i am so nervous! have any women out there who have had a myomectemy and delivered babies? thanks for yout time
My doctor told me the same thing. I had an intramural fibroid the size of a grapefruit in the back wall of my uterus. My doctor told me that an abdominal myomectomy was the only way to go. I was really scared, but everything turned out great. The doctor took out two additional fibroids that were not detectable on ultrasound. I was in the hospital a total of three days. From what I hear, it was very much like a C-section (my mother in law works in labor and delivery). One year later, everything is clear and I am trying to get pregnant. The doctor sees no reason why I shouldn’t be able to. The only thing is that any birth will have to be via C-section, because my uterine muscles may not be strong enough to endure labor.
Has anyone had a myomectomy to treat multiple fibroids?
I have several fibroids. Seven to be exact. My doctor would like for me to have a myomectomy. I know that it involves a short hospital stay and 4-6 weeks off of my feet. What have your experiences been??
The fibroids are causing painful and heavy periods. My periods are lasting about 10 days with birth control pills.
I had a myomectomy 3 years ago, and it was the best thing I ever did. I only had one fibroid, but it caused me so many problems. I was going to a doctor that did a couple different procedures on me, but it didn’t help at all. So he said my only option was a hysterectomy, but I was only 24 years old, single, and had no children, and it was something that wasn’t acceptable to me. Going for a second opinion was the best thing I ever did. Not only did he remove my fibroid, he was able to leave everything intact. And he had to restructure my uterus since it was so distorted. I haven’t had any problems since and the doctor sees no reason why I couldn’t have kids (but if I do get pregnant, I have to have a C-section). I was in the hospital for 5 days (I had to stay longer because I wasn’t able to pee for a few days.) and I enjoyed my time off of work. Yes I was sore for a few weeks and had trouble getting in and out of bed, but a few weeks of pain for good heath was very much worth it.
You don’t say how old you are or if you’re having any problems, but just remember that you can always get a second opinion if you have any doubts. But if I ever have problems like I did before, I wouldn’t hesitate having another myomectomy.
Anybody have gone under laparoscopic myomectomy for fibroids in delhi? please share exp. with me.?
Laparoscopic surgery is a comfortable surgery, no pain post operatively, and early recovery,
in open operation 10 days for in hospital and 3 weeks rest at home, in Laparoscopic 36 hours in hospital and one week rest, and there is no risk of hernia formation.
what else u want to know
Has anyone ever had to undergo a hysteroscopic myomectomy?
I’m having the surgery done June 2 to remove a large fibroid inside my uterus. It was found when I discovered I was pregnant and caused a miscarriage. I have already had an abdominal myomectomy to remove fibroids from the outside of my uterus (2 years ago), but am looking for anyone who has personal experience with the hysteroscopic surgery–info on recovery time, how painful etc. Please only personal actual experiences need reply.
I am 4 weeks into recovering from a hysteroscopy & laparotomy myomectomy for a fibroid that was very large from the inside. I have a c section cut which isn’t overly painful, I was got up out of bed the next morning. I have had 4 weeks off work (recommended 4 to 6 wks by surgeon). within one week I was moving about quite freely just not doing anything major. Im guessing another 2 weeks and I should be starting to have life back to normal. Anyway’s no overly painful and as for the recovery time everyone is different but it is really only such a short time in the big picture, that you will be over it in no time. Good luck with your op hope it all goes well for you. 🙂
Abdominal Myomectomy to remove fibroids – is a bikini cut much more difficult than a belly cut?
My friend is having an abdominal myomectomy in 2 weeks to remove a large fibroid. She still wants children so is scared of losing her uterus. She was offered two choices for the cut, bikini or belly.
The bikini cut looks nicer but she’s afraid it will be more difficult and increase the chances of an unsuccessful operation, ie. losing her uterus. If about the same, she would prefer a bikini cut.
The bikini cut is just above the pubic bone and is 3-4 inch horizontal cut while the belly cut is a 4-6inch vertical cut from below the belly button. Does one hurt more or have more complications/discomfort (long-term) after surgery?
Any advice? Thanks!
Thanks for all the great input so far! I wish I could give you all points but I can only choose one best answer but you were all very helpful.
Embolization seems to work for many but there might be a risk that cutting the blood supply may also impact the ability to have children later?
Lapro is only for smaller fibroids right? Hers is quite large unfortunately but she has been on injections and it’s shrunk about 25%.
a bikini cut takes about 6 weeks to heal. a belly cut takes about 8 weeks.
if the surgeon is skilled, she won’t lose her uterus. the only way she would is if she started losing too much blood.
i think there are more complications after the belly cut and it takes a lot longer to heal. she may want to talk to her doctor about seeing if carrying a child is more difficult for one cut vs. the other. i would guess that a belly cut would prevent you from carrying a baby to term.
my two cents, she should look into laproscopic surgery. five small incisions and recovery is two weeks. All i know is that before i had surgery, i found the best doctor that i could that was very upfront! i mean, these people are cutting you open and performing some major surgery! your friend should do the same before rushing into something like this.
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