The females have a complex system of reproductive organs. Sometimes, a part of the reproductive system develops a problem. Different gynecological surgeries such as hysterectomy, fibroidectomy, oophorectomy, and cystectomy are available to fix such issues. Here is what these procedures can do for you. Please continue reading to learn more.
What is a Gynecological Surgery?
There are different surgical techniques to fix problems related to the female reproductive system. Such kind of surgical treatments is known as gynecological surgeries. In most of the cases, such procedures are performed by gynecologists.
Incontinence, benign conditions, cancer, infertility, and other conditions can be cured using gynecological techniques. These surgeries can be used to get cosmetic or elective benefits. Here are some notable surgical procedures related to the female reproductive system:
This technique allows doctors to remove the uterus of a woman. Though mostly used to remove cancerous parts, a hysterectomy can be considered for non-cancerous reasons if all other treatment options have been tried.
It is possible to remove the whole or part of the uterus, depending upon the needs. There are three types of hysterectomy to achieve different goals. A person having the following can consider this treatment:
- Uterine fibroids
- Uterine prolapse
- Chronic pelvic pain
- Abnormal vaginal bleeding
- Cancer of the ovaries, uterus, or cervix
In some cases, the patient can develop complications highlighted in the list below:
- Chronic pain
- Vaginal prolapse
- Fistula formation
- Urinary incontinence
Fibroidectomy, also known as Myomectomy, surgical removes fibroids or uterine leiomyomas. It is different than a hysterectomy because the uterus remains preserved during it. In other words, a woman can have a baby after having a fibroidectomy.
There are different types of fibroidectomy and the doctor can choose the right option for you. There are some risks that can be avoided through good planning. Here are the notable reasons to choose it over hysterectomy:
- The person who want to bear children
- The person who wants to keep the uterus
- The person’s uterine fibroids are interfering with fertility
In this surgical procedure, one or both ovaries of a woman are removed surgically. The doctors recommend this procedure to cure different conditions such as endometriosis and ovarian cancer. Here are some reasons to undergo this surgery:
- If it is required to lower the risk of ectopic pregnancy
- If it is required to treat pelvic inflammatory disease
- If it is required to treat abnormal tissue growth from endometriosis
- If it is required to remove the estrogen source that stimulates cancer
- If it is required to remove ovarian cancerous cells, cysts, or abscesses in the ovaries
Cystectomy allows gynecologists to surgical remove the urinary bladder. The procedure can be performed to remove the entire bladder (seminal vesicles and prostate) in males. In females ovaries, parts of the vagina, and uterus can be removed by using this surgery.
It is performed to treat recurrent or invasive noninvasive bladder cancer. It can also be used to remove tumours. Cystectomy or radical cystectomy can be used for the following purposes:
- Birth defects affecting the urinary system
- Cancer beginning from or involving the bladder
- Inflammatory or neurological disorders affecting the urinary system
Gynecological Surgery in Dubai
In the UAE, Euromed Clinic Center Dubai promises its patients to deliver the best possible results. If you are a women and you are facing any problem related to the reproductive system, get in touch with us and ask your questions to our gynecologist.
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