Laparoscopic myomectomy is the minimally invasive treatment for patients suffering from fibroids, especially those wishing to maintain their fertility-sparing potential.
While this surgery requires intensive training in surgical skills such as intracorporeal suturing and specimen extraction, patients can also expect less adhesion and a quick return to normal activity.
A myomectomy is an option for women with fibroids who wish to get pregnant in the future, or who want to keep their uterus for another reason.
Fibroid mapping is done at Krishna IVF Clinic using high-end 3D and 4D Ultrasonography. This surgery can be broken into three stages, each presenting its own specific and unique challenges—enucleation, reapproximation of the myoma bed, and specimen extraction.
After a myomectomy, the suggested waiting time is three to six months before attempting conception to allow your uterus time to heal.