What is a laparoscopic myomectomy?
A myomectomy means the surgical removal of a uterine fibroid.
There are 2 ways to do it:
- Traditional or open surgery: it is done through an incision in the lower abdomen of approximately 10 cm, depending on the size of the fibroids.
- Mini-invasive surgery: laparoscopic surgery
We are committed to the development of innovative surgical techniques for the treatment of uterine myomas. In this sense, laparoscopic mini-invasive surgery represents the best example of technological development to ensure the best surgical results with faster and safer patient recovery. We perform these procedures in almost 100% of patients by using a laparoscopic mini-invasive approach.
How do I have to prepare for the surgery?
How long do I have to be admitted?
Normally, in absence of postoperative complications, the hospitalization time is usually one day. In some cases, patients can be discharged the same day of surgery.
During admission, all patients will be seen by us to control their recovery until hospital discharge
Is movement restriction necessary after surgery?