Women’s Care provides a hysterectomy to treat a variety of women’s health conditions.
Hysterectomy is a surgical procedure that removes the uterus. It may be performed due to abnormal bleeding, uterine fibroids, or cancer. Depending on the reason for surgery, it may also involve the removal of the fallopian tubes, ovaries, and cervix. During your initial consultation, we will determine whether or not a hysterectomy is right for you, or if there are any alternative treatment methods available.
Your Women’s Care provider may recommend a hysterectomy if you have any of the following conditions or symptoms:
There are four different types of hysterectomies, with each requiring a different surgical technique. Depending on your medical history and reason for surgery, it is either a vaginal, abdominal, or laparoscopic procedure. Your provider will determine the best type of hysterectomy for you, depending on your specific condition. Below are the different types of hysterectomies:
Recovery after a hysterectomy can vary depending on the surgical method, including the length of your hospital stay. You may expect some pain in the first few days, as well as bleeding or discharge. Through consistent communication, our team of board-certified physicians work to ensure that you have a successful recovery.
Women’s Care offers comprehensive care for several gynecologic conditions. Patients seeking more information about our women’s health and gynecology services, please schedule an appointment today at Women’s Care!