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Can uterus fibroids be removed through LSH?

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My friend needs to remove Uterous Fibroids, I want to explore this can be done through LSH? Is here a hospital in Bangalore which can perfrom this?
Wed, 19 Dec 2012 in Vaginal and Uterus Health
 
 
Answered by Dr. Sree Gouri SR 44 minutes later
Hi,
Thanks for the query.

If you give details about:
-The number of the fibroids
-Size of the fibroids
-And the symptoms your friend having
-Whether she completed the family or not
The suitable treatment options can be discussed.
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Follow-up: Can uterus fibroids be removed through LSH? 15 hours later
There is big one and 3 small ones. Mainly we want to remove the uterous. Heavy bleeding during and after menses. No family and does not intend to have one. We want to choose between LHS and Abdomen hysterectomy. Please advise which is better? We ideally want LHS as it is less painful and easier post recovery process. ids there a good hospital you can suggest us in Bangalore?
 
 
Answered by Dr. Sree Gouri SR 13 hours later
Hi,
Yes, it is true that laparoscopic hysterectomy will have less pain and short postoperative recovery period.
So she can go for laparoscopic hysterectomy unless uterus is of very big size.
Below link gives list of gynecological hospitals in Bangalore, you can choose according to your priority.
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