Full answers about uterus surgery

The article was consulted professionally by Dr. Dang Van France – Head of Obstetrics and Gynecology Department, Share99 Da Nang International Health Hub.

Complete uterus removal in women who are about to reach menopause means the removal of both the uterus and 2 ovaries. Women who have had a uterus cut often lead to surgical menopause and often have to take hormone therapy instead.

1. What is a uterus shear?

Hysterectomy is a surgery to remove the uterus. It may also be associated with the slit of the cervical, ovarian, ovate and other surrounding structures. Usually performed by a gynecologist, a uterus removal can be a complete removal, which is the removal of the uterusandthe cervical is often referred to as a " full uterus shear ", or "apart-partal cut of the uterus " when only the uterus is cut to the waist of the uterus and left the cervical.

This is a common gynecological surgery, for various reasons, in obstetrics, because the uterus does not contract well after birth, severe bleeding due to comb root vegetables or severe infections in the post-birth uterus … in gynecology, most often uterine fibroids, uterine cancer… The removal of the uterus makes it impossible for the patient to have menstruation, not be able to get pregnant and give birth. This is a must-have surgery, but sometimes it also leave many physical and psychological changes for the woman.

2. Effects of a ziervical surgery


Women after a uterus cut often lead to menopause

For menstruating women who reflect their gynecologic life, menstruation appears as a normal and natural phenomenon every month. When a full or semi-sheer uterus is removed, the woman no longer menstruas, entails other changes, such as forgetfulness, dementia, decreased desire … Those are common changes. But in medicine, female genital biomedistry dominates the entire genitals, which are heavily dependent on female sex hormones, secreted by two ovaries.

Female genital biomedy, when growing up goes through many childhood periods, young women, pre-men menchu women and menopause. At the menopause stage, the woman will no longer have menstruation, which is normal menopause. In the case of a ziervical surgery will cause menopause due to surgery.

In fact, during the usual cervical surgery, there are cases of leaving two sub-parts (ovaries and proboscis), and the ovaries continue to work still secreting female hormones (hormones) despite having less than before, the reason that one branch of the arterial that supplies blood to the ovaries is usually still knotted and cut, although there is still another source of supply for the ovaries that is the lumbar bundle. So the loss of menstruation does not affect health very much. The ovaries are still free of menstruation, and the latter still have premenmenausal and menmenausal symptoms. At that time, the ovaries weaken gradually and no longer have the ability to secrete hormones. Changes that cause menopause surgery affect many times when cutting the appendix. Women who have had a uterus cut often lead to surgical menopause and often have to take alternative hormone therapy.

3. Methods of a ziervical shear

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Endoscopic cervical surgery service of Share99 International Health Hub

Today, there are many methods of a zitomy:

Classical methods by abdominal open surgery: Today fewer and fewer cases of performing a classic gastric, with the exception of too large a uterus, too sticky because of inflammation, since there have been several previous surgeries. With this method, patients must stay in hospital longer, after surgery sometimes more pain must take more painkillers. In addition, patients may experience more complications of abdominal surgery such as: intestinal obstruction, intestinal obstruction

Vaginal zipped surgery: Withthis method the uterus cut out is taken through the vagina, the patient does not have scars on the abdominal wall when successfully obtaining high aesthetics. This method is quite difficult for surgeons, requiring surgeons to have a lot of experience, because of the difficulty, so during surgery can touch and damage neighboring organs such as punctures – bladder tears, rectum, causing bleeding.. Sometimes the operation becomes complicated.

Less invasive laparoscopicsurgery: This is a fairly common method today in large hospitals with good equipment, with this method, patients do not have scars on the abdominal wall, post-surgery is less painful, the recovery time is faster and the hospital is also less. The cut-out uterus is taken through the vagina or crushed and removed from the abdomen through small trocar holes.

Robotic surgery: Share99 is known as one of the first hospitals in Vietnam to apply robotic surgery in gynecological treatment. The robot equipped at Share99 International Health Hub is The Da Vinci Robot made in the US. This is an advanced robot with a sophisticated structure, with 4 hands that are simulated almost perfectly human movement.

  • Robots can penetrate narrow, deep, hard-to-reach locations.
  • No vision restrictions like traditional methods, for optimal image quality.
  • Safe, reduces the risk of complications from infection.
  • Alleviates post-surgery pain for patients.
  • Less blood loss, faster recovery time, very small surgical scars should ensure aesthetics.

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About: John Smith

b1ffdb54307529964874ff53a5c5de33?s=90&r=gI am the author of Share99.net. I had been working in Vinmec International General Hospital for over 10 years. I dedicate my passion on every post in this site.


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