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Surgery for endometriosis

Endometriosis surgery

Endometriosis surgery can diagnose and treat endometriosis — a condition in which tissue that typically grows inside your uterus grows outside of it instead.

What are the different types of endometriosis surgery?

Endometriosis surgery involves the removal of endometriosis. There are two different approaches:

Who needs endometriosis surgery?

A healthcare provider can help determine whether or not you need endometriosis surgery. Surgery may be beneficial if:

  • You have chronic (long-standing) or severe pelvic pain.
  • You need to remove areas of endometriosis in your pelvic area.
  • Medication no longer relieves your endometriosis symptoms.
  • You have difficulty getting pregnant.

What factors determine whether endometriosis comes back after surgery?

Whether endometriosis comes back (recurs) after surgery depends upon three factors:

  • The severity of the disease at the time of surgery.
  • How completely the surgery removed the lesions?
  • Whether you had medical suppressive therapy after your surgery.

What are the risks or complications of endometriosis surgery?

Endometriosis surgery is relatively safe. However, as with any procedure, there are possible complications, including:

  • Infection.
  • Bleeding
  • Injury to Uterus
  • Fistula (an abnormal connection between two organs).
  • Blood vessel damage.

Endometriosis can be a painful and frustrating condition. If you may have endometriosis, schedule a consultation with Dr. Aneeta Talwar, Best Gynaecologist in Bangalore, she can design an individualized treatment plan to ease your symptoms and improve your quality of life.

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