Closed Uterus Surgery

There are different methods of hysterectomy. The treatment method depends on the patient’s condition, weight and preference. Today, this operation can be performed laparoscopically by making several punctures in the abdomen.

It may be necessary to remove the uterus in cases such as fibroids, uterine and ovarian cancer, inflammation of the lining of the uterus and uterine prolapse, which are common in women. However, thanks to developing technology, this surgery has become an extremely comfortable process.

The most common reason for hysterectomy is fibroids. Because fibroids cannot be treated with medication. Therefore, it is possible to get rid of fibroids by removing the uterus.

Removal of the uterus is performed under general anesthesia by making approximately 1 cm incisions around the patient’s belly button

The operation takes an average of 1.5 hours, but this time varies according to the patient;

The size of the uterus,

The type of pathology in the uterus,

It depends on the adhesions in the abdomen.

Balanced nutrition is very important after surgery. It is essential to consume plenty of vegetables, protein and fruits, avoid foods that cause gas, consume fiber foods and pay attention to water consumption.

Hysterectomy is performed in the following diseases:

-Uterine cancer

-Ovarian cancer

-It can be applied in cases such as uterine prolapse protruding out of the vagina.

-Severe bleeding or intermittent bleeding may be caused by fibroids.

and groin. With the help of inserted devices, the uterus is removed, a camera is sent into the abdomen and then taken out through the vagina. Since the incisions are very small, the patient undergoes this procedure quickly and with very little pain.