Hysterectomy in Lagos
A hysterectomy is a procedure in which the uterus of a woman is removed (also known as the womb). When a woman is pregnant, the baby develops in the uterus. The entire uterus is normally removed during surgery. Your fallopian tubes and ovaries can also be removed by your doctor. You won’t be able to get pregnant after a hysterectomy and you won’t have menstrual cycles.
Hysterectomy is performed mainly for,
Other treatment techniques have failed to control abnormal vaginal bleeding.
Endometriosis with severe symptoms (uterine tissue that grows outside the uterus).
Leiomyomas or uterine fibroids that have grown in size, are painful, or are causing bleeding (not cancerous tumours).
Increased pelvic pain caused by the uterus that is resistant to care.
Uterine prolapse (when the uterus “drops” into the vaginal canal as a result of weakened support muscles) may cause urinary incontinence or bowel problems.
Cancer prevention for cervical or uterine cancer, as well as anomalies that may contribute to cancer.