The Most Advanced & Affordable Fibroid Removal Surgery (Myomectomy)  In Bangalore

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    Why you should NOT delay Fibroid Removal Surgery (Myomectomy)

    Fibroids can cause discomfort & pain: Fibroids can cause discomfort and pain, especially if they are large or located in a sensitive area. They can also cause pressure on the bladder, leading to frequent urination, and on the rectum, leading to constipation.

    Fibroids can interfere with pregnancy: If you are trying to become pregnant, fibroids can interfere with your ability to conceive and carry a pregnancy to term. They can also increase the risk of miscarriage and other complications during pregnancy.

    Fibroids can cause fertility problems: Fibroids can interfere with the normal functioning of the uterus, which can make it difficult for an embryo to implant and grow. This can lead to fertility problems.

    Fibroids can lead to other health problems: In rare cases, fibroids can cause anemia due to heavy bleeding and can also lead to kidney damage if they press on the ureters.

    Why Laparoscopic Surgery

    Less pain: Because laparoscopic surgery involves smaller incisions, it may result in less pain for the patient compared to traditional open surgery.

    Shorter hospital stay: Laparoscopic surgery often requires a shorter hospital stay than open surgery, as the recovery time is typically quicker.

    Faster recovery: Because laparoscopic surgery is less invasive, patients may be able to return to their normal activities more quickly than with open surgery.

    Smaller scars: Laparoscopic surgery results in smaller scars than open surgery, as the incisions are smaller.



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    Meet Your Doctor

    Dr. Shwetha Y Baratikkae

    M.B.B.S. , D.G.O. , D.N.B. , (O.B.G.) , F.I.R.M


    Diploma in Gynaec Laparoscopy (Germany)
    Diploma in IVF and Reproductive Medicine (Germany)
    Fellowship in Infertility Medicine (Bangalore)


    Myomectomy is a surgical procedure to remove uterine fibroids while preserving the uterus. Fibroids are noncancerous growths that can develop in the uterus and are common in women of childbearing age.


    Laparoscopic myomectomy

    Small incisions are made in the abdomen & a laparoscope (a thin tube with a camera) is inserted through one of the incisions to view the uterus and fibroids. The fibroids are then removed through the laparoscope or through small incisions in the abdomen.

    Hysteroscopic myomectomy

    A thin, lighted telescope (hysteroscope) is inserted through the cervix into the uterus to view the fibroids. The fibroids are then removed through the hysteroscope or through small incisions in the cervix.

    Abdominal myomectomy

    A large incision is made in the abdomen & the fibroids are removed through the incision. This type of myomectomy is generally used for larger or more complex cases.

    What are the symptoms of having Uterine Fibroids?

    Heavy or prolonged periods

    Fibroids can cause heavy or prolonged periods, which can lead to anemia due to blood loss.

    Pelvic pressure or pain

    Fibroids can cause pressure or pain in the pelvis, especially if they are large or located in a sensitive area.

    Frequent urination

    Fibroids can press on the bladder and cause frequent urination.


    Fibroids can press on the rectum and cause constipation

    Discomfort or pain during sexual intercourse

    Fibroids can cause discomfort or pain during sexual intercourse.

    Enlarged abdomen

    In some cases, fibroids can cause the abdomen to appear enlarged.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    There is coverage under insurance for Fibroid removal surgery. Janisthaa assists patients with getting their insurance approved and provides a hassle-free surgical experience.

    As with any surgery, there are risks involved with fibroid removal surgery. However, it is generally considered a safe procedure, and complications are rare.

    The recovery period after myomectomy will depend on the type of surgery & your individual healing process. Most women can return to their normal activities within four to six weeks after the surgery.

    The length of the surgery will depend on the type of myomectomy and the number and size of the fibroids being removed. A laparoscopic or hysteroscopic myomectomy may take two to three hours, while an abdominal myomectomy may take four to six hours

    Fibroids are usually benign (not cancerous) and do not increase the risk of cancer. However, in rare cases, a fibroid may contain abnormal cells that have the potential to turn into cancer.

    Myomectomy generally does not affect a woman’s ability to have children in the future. However, the specific effect on fertility will depend on the location and size of the fibroids and the type of surgery. It is important to discuss your fertility goals with your healthcare provider before deciding on treatment.

    Myomectomy can improve fertility in some women with fibroids. However, the effect on fertility will depend on the location and size of the fibroids and the type of surgery. It is important to discuss your fertility goals with your healthcare provider before deciding on treatment.

    If you have a myomectomy (surgical removal of fibroids), it will not affect your menopausal status or the timing of menopause. Menopause is determined by the natural decline in the production of the hormones estrogen and progesterone by the ovaries, which occurs regardless of whether you have had a myomectomy.

    You may need to follow a special diet or exercise restrictions for a period of time after the surgery. Your doctor will provide you with specific instructions. It is important to follow these instructions to help ensure a smooth recovery.


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