A myomectomy is a treatment that removes fibroids from the uterus (Also known as myomas). Fibroids are connective tissue and muscle cell-based growths. These growths may take the form of one or many fibroids developing within the uterine muscle or elsewhere in the pelvic. They aren't usually malignant. Fibroids are removed and the uterus is healed during a myomectomy. You should have a regularly functioning uterus after this treatment.
Please see a doctor if you experience any of the following symptoms:
- Excessive bleeding, including blood clots, between or during periods
- Pelvic pain or lower back pain
- Excessive menstrual cramps
- Excessive urine
- Pain during intercourse
- Longer-than-usual menstruation
- Swelling or expansion of the abdomen
- Pressure or fullness in the lower abdomen
ADVANTAGES & EFFICACY
- Symptoms relief
- Fertility improvement
What should I do after a myomectomy?
Please avoid strenuous activities for a few weeks, and dry your incision well after showering.
How painful is a myomectomy?
You may experience minor abdominal pain for several days following surgery. Also, your belly may be swollen.
How long does it take to recover?
After receiving treatment, it may take about four to six weeks to fully recover.