Improved Technique for Uterus Removal with Abdominal Hysterectomy in Ludhiana, India

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    Abdominal Hysterectomy Doctor in Ludhiana, Punjab

    Abdominal Hysterectomy in Ludhiana, Punjab, During abdominal hysterectomy, the uterus is removed by cutting the abdomen area. In some cases, the hysterectomy might be suggested to remove one or both ovaries and fallopian tubes. Depending on your condition and your own choice, discussing with the doctor will give you a better idea about the treatment plan Dr. Shuchita Goyal will give you. At Ludhiana Gastro & Gynae Centre, you will give the best care to make sure the specific problem is addressed on time.



    It’s important to understand that Uterine Removal Via Lower Abdomen with hysterectomy is of two types:

    Partial Hysterectomy  Total Hysterectomy
    Where Only Uterus is removed by not tampering with the Cervix It is the procedure in which both the uterus and the cervix will be removed.

    Please Note!

    Many times, as per the consent of the patients, one or both ovaries are intended to be removed. Then that procedure will be known as:Total Hysterectomy With Salpingo-Oophorectomy

    What are the major reasons to perform abdominal hysterectomy?

    Uterus removal might be needed for different reasons. You may have a specific health issue and to address that condition you will be asked to get this procedure:

    • Extreme bleeding and it is getting difficult to control it through the medications.
    • Chronic pelvic pain
    • Uterus contains tumor
    • Gynecological Cancer
    • Prolapsed uterus (the uterus is getting saggy)
    • Endometriosis which is causing pain & bleeding, other treatment options are not working for you

    As per what your condition is, the doctor will give you a customized solution to make a difference in your health. Understand that a doctor will always suggest to you that specific technique that improves your condition.

    How is abdominal hysterectomy performed?

    During the procedure, spinal or genral anesthesia is administered. The procedure does not take more than 1 to 2 hours to get accomplished.

    • Step 1: The bladder will be emptied with the help of some kind of urinary catheter. It will remain there for a short time.
    • Step 2: Both the abdominal area and the vagina will be cleaned with the help of the sterile solution.
    • Step 3: At this point, the surgeon will make a small incision (since it is the MIS) in the lower abdominal part. Either of the following two approaches will be considered to be used:
      • A Vertical Incision: Starting from the middle abdominal area, it will be extended below the navel and slightly above the pubic bone. This kind of incision is known as the vertical incision.given less often , usually in cancer cases
      • Horizontal Bikini Line: The horizontal bikini line lies just above the pubic bone,given more frequently

      How Will The Doctor Choose The Kind Of Incisions?

      • The choice of the incision depends upon so many factors as:
      • Size of the uterus
      • Presence of scars (If earlier had undergone some kind of abdominal surgery).
      • possibility of cancer or ovarian mass

    Abdominal Hysterectomy Treatment Cost in Ludhiana

    On average, the abdominal hysterectomy cost around Rs 70,000. Bear in mind it’s just an estimate to tell you about the cost. Only when you consult the doctor will you have a better idea about the total cost.

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    If you are facing any sort of health concern which points out that you need to get an abdominal hysterectomy then make sure to consult the doctor at the earliest. Dr. Shuchita Batra will make sure that you are given a treatment plan which helps to improve your condition.


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    1What happens following the procedure?

    • After 1 to 2 days, the IV line & catheter are removed. You will be asked to stay in the hospital for 2-3 days so that the recovery time goes with ease. Make sure to get as much rest as possible.
    • You should not lift anything heavy for 4 to 6 weeks.
    • Make sure to follow all the doctor’s instructions to manage pain and prevent constipation.

    If you have any concerns regarding the procedure, make sure to discuss them with the doctor to better manage the entire situation.

    2What steps should I take to get back to normal life?

    You need to give your body proper time to get back to the normal routine. At least 6 weeks will take for you to feel normal. In this period you have to follow the given measures:

    • Make sure to take enough rest
    • No need to lift anything heavy for 6 weeks
    • Do not get involved in any sort of sexual activity for 6 weeks
    • You need to follow all the doctor’s suggestions to make sure you will be normal on time
    3How to reduce the chances of a blood clot after abdominal hysterectomy?

    Although, the chances of having it are very less. You can follow the given measures to reduce the risk of blood clots:

    • You need to walk and move as eaely possible after the procedure
    • You need to perform the exercise as you rest, like moving your every foot in a circular motion for 30 seconds & then straight & bending the legs. Do this at least 3 times
    4Are there any risks associated with abdominal hysterectomy?

    Some of the risk factors are:

    • Incision may open
    • Chances of bleeding & infection
    • Tube & bladder might need surgical repair
    • Chances of having a hernia in the incision
    5How is life after undergoing an abdominal hysterectomy?

    To put it this way, your life changes a lot after the procedure. Some of the few notable changes are:

    • Menstrual cycle is stopped for life
    • The symptoms will be addressed for which you want to get the surgery
    • Pregnancy is not possible
    • Those who are premenopausal and undergoing hysterectomy will begin the menopause phase.
    • If you get it before menopause and ovaries are still there menopause phase will occur before the required age.
    • Cervical cancer risk is still there when you get a partial hysterectomy. Just make sure to get the pap smear test from time to time.