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What is Hysterectomy?

Hysterectomy is a surgical procedure of removing the uterus (womb) from a female body through an incision in the lower abdomen. The modern surgical procedure may involve removal of the cervix, ovaries, fallopian tubes and uterus as well. It can also be performed through an incision in the vagina which is called a vaginal hysterectomy or by a laparoscopic surgical approach which uses special equipment through small abdominal incisions. Getting a hysterectomy means that the ability to become pregnant for women is no longer there. If a woman wants to get pregnant, alternatives to this surgery can be discussed with an expert doctor but in certain conditions, a hysterectomy might be the only option.

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Overview of Hysterectomy Surgery

Treatment of Hysterectomy Surgery


An expert doctor will evaluate and diagnose whether the patient is physically fit for the surgery or not? That can be done by asking about the medical history, and other illnesses a patient may have. After that, they may ask for a pelvic examination, pap smear, and conduct a thorough diagnosis before proceeding with a hysterectomy. A patient may need to get the tests done to check for cancer. They may include:

  • Cervical cytology (Pap Smear test)- To help detect the presence of abnormal cervical cells
  • Endometrial biopsy- To help detect abnormal cells in the uterine lining
  • Pelvic ultrasound- To see the size of uterine fibroids, endometrial polyps or ovarian cysts


After a diagnosis by an experienced surgeon, the patient accordingly proceeds with the operation. The advanced surgical procedure involves removal of the uterus through the abdomen by taking a very low bikini incision using the laparoscope. The daycare treatment involves fewer cuts or incisions, no scarring, no pain, and a faster recovery. There are two procedures for hysterectomy using modern procedures, the same are listed below:

  • Laparoscopic Hysterectomy- This procedure involves the incision with a laparoscope and vaginal incision, excision of cervical tissues transvaginally.
  • Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy- The entire operation is performed using a laparoscope and afterwards, a surgical specimen is removed via the vagina.

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We offer free follow-up consultations and instructions including dietary tips as well as exercises to every patient to ensure they have a smooth recovery to their daily routines.

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Our surgeons spend a lot of time with you to diagnose your condition. You are assisted in all pre-surgery medical diagnostics. We offer advanced laser and laparoscopic surgical treatment. Our procedures are USFDA approved.

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Frequently   Asked Questions

Hysterectomy is considered the last option for the treatment. In case the person gets no relief from other treatment methods, only then is hysterectomy considered.

Yes, hysterectomy is performed under the influence of anesthesia so that the patient feels no pain during the procedure.

A gynecologist performs a hysterectomy.

Hysterectomy is a safe procedure with minor, short-term, side effects. But rarely, hysterectomy can be life-threatening.

Is hysterectomy a major surgery?

Yes. Hysterectomy is major surgery. But, with the advances in medical technologies, the risk of infection after hysterectomy, and post-surgical discomfort have drastically reduced. These advances have also ensured quick and seamless recovery after hysterectomy for women of all age groups.

Although it is major surgery, the patient is not likely to feel any pain since the surgery is carried out under the influence of anesthesia. After the surgery, the patient may feel some pain and discomfort but that is absolutely normal. The effects of anesthesia take a few hours to wear. Until then, the patient may feel a little drowsy. The pain and discomfort disappear within a few days of the surgery and there is nothing much that needs to be done. However, if the pain persists, the gynecologist will recommend taking painkillers or antibiotics to reduce the pain. Apart from this, there are no major complications that a patient may experience due to hysterectomy surgery.

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What to consider before having a Hysterectomy?

Undergoing a hysterectomy is a big decision for any female. This surgery can change a woman’s body function forever. The woman may have early menopause. As the uterus is removed in the surgery, the woman can never have children again. This is the reason that the treatment option of hysterectomy is only brought to the table after other treatment options fail to succeed. A patient undergoing or planning for a hysterectomy should discuss the below-mentioned things with her doctor beforehand.

  • Would hysterectomy be suitable for me?
  • What are the benefits and side-effects of undergoing a hysterectomy for my case?
  • Do I have other options apart from hysterectomy?
  • What will happen if I do not undergo a hysterectomy?
  • How will hysterectomy relieve my symptoms?
  • Which type of hysterectomy do I need?
  • What are the chances of early menopause?
  • Will I have to take regular medications after the surgery?
  • Will I have behavioural or psychological changes?

If the female is suggested a hysterectomy as her last option but still wants to have children, make sure to discuss this with the doctor. Adoption and surrogacy are two potential options for females in such cases.

What to expect after laparoscopic hysterectomy?

Laparoscopic hysterectomy is a safe surgical procedure and exhibits no pain or complications, if performed by a trained and experienced gynecologist. But the doctor may ask the patient to stay at the hospital for a day or two until the functioning of the body seems normal. After hysterectomy, a woman may experience some physical and emotional side-effects.

Following a hysterectomy, a woman may notice vaginal discharge with blood clots for a few days. The phenomenon may at times last for weeks. The discharge may occur at regular intervals and is completely normal. But, in case you experience heavy bleeding after a hysterectomy, consulting with the gynecologist without any delay is important.

You can expect the following conditions after a hysterectomy:

  • pain at the incision site
  • numbness down your leg
  • itching and burning near the incision site

In case, your ovaries are removed during the hysterectomy, you may experience:

  • night sweats
  • mood swings
  • hot flashes
  • vaginal discharge
  • insomnia

The removal of the uterus during hysterectomy means that you will no longer be able to get pregnant. This loss is too much to bear for almost any woman. In such cases, the sense of loss tends to prevail in the woman for a long time. The sudden change of not being able to get pregnant and end of menstruation mark an emotional imbalance in many women.

Additionally, the removal of ovaries and the onset of menopause may also lead to:

  • Vaginal dryness
  • Decreased sex drive
  • Pain druing sex

Where does sperm go after hysterectomy?

One of the most common question that emerges in the mind of any woman undergoing a hysterectomy or planning to undergo a hysterectomy is – Where does sperm go after hysterectomy?

The answer to this is pretty simple. Since the female reproductive organs are severed from the abdominal tract during hysterectomy, the sperm has no place to go or reach. It stays in the cavity of the abdomen. With due course, the vagina eliminates the sperm out of the abdominal cavity along with normal vaginal secretions.

Tips for healthy recovery after a hysterectomy surgery

Depending upon your health condition and the surgical approach for hysterectomy, your recovery may take several days to several weeks. For a healthy recovery after hysterectomy, you can do the following:

  1. Be physically active – Being physically active and keeping the heart pump at normal rate strengthens the pelvic muscles and ensures quick healing.
  2. Take rest when your body says so – Hysterectomy is a major surgery and hence your body will need rest. The more you rest your body, the quicker you recover.
  3. Wear loose clothing – Until you recover completely, wear loose clothes that do not exert any pressure on your abdomen.
  4. Eat healthy food – The hormonal changes after hysterectomy might make you want to crave for ‘comfort foods’ and it is normal. But make sure not to go away from vegetables, fruits, lean proteins, and whole grains.
  5. Be with your loved ones – The sudden hormonal change accompanied by hot flashes, mood swings may come heavily on any woman who undergoes hysterectomy. In such cases. You should be in close touch with people you feel most comfortable with and open up whenever you feel so.

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