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Polypectomy in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Al Ain

Overview

A hysteroscopic polypectomy is a surgical procedure that involves removing uterine polyps while leaving the uterus intact.

Uterine polyps are noncancerous growths of cells that grow inside the uterus. These polyps can develop into cancer or cause other problems, such as heavy menstrual bleeding and abnormal bleeding after menopause. Polyps can also make it difficult for women of reproductive age to get pregnant or conceive. The polyps in some women do not cause any symptoms and are only discovered after doing an ultrasound scan.

What are the benefits of a hysteroscopic polypectomy?

A hysteroscopic polypectomy offers several advantages, such as:

  • It requires no stitches.
  • Quick procedure that causes minimal to no pain.
  • Safe procedure with minimal downtime.
  • It doesn’t require an overnight stay in the hospital.

How should I prepare for a hysteroscopic polypectomy?

 During the consultation, our gynecologist will review your medical history and perform a physical examination to determine whether you are a suitable candidate for the procedure or not. They will also advise you to refrain from eating or drinking for at least six hours before the procedure.

What happens during a hysteroscopic polypectomy?

The procedure takes around an hour and is done under general anesthesia.

Our experienced gynecologist will insert a hysteroscope (a long, thin tube with a light and camera at its end) into the uterus through the vaginal canal after your cervix has been dilated. The hysteroscope will display images of your uterus on a monitor, enabling the doctor to get a clear view of the lining of your uterus and the polyps to remove them safely.

What should I expect after a hysteroscopic polypectomy?

After the procedure, your doctor will monitor your temperature, pulse, and blood pressure and make sure that you have no post-surgery complications. Side effects such as cramping and bleeding are normal and will go away after a day or two. A full recovery from this procedure can take up to two weeks.

It is unlikely that polyps will form again at the treated area but they may appear in other areas.

Schedule your consultation at Novomed today!

If you have been diagnosed with uterine polyps and are seeking a minimally invasive treatment like hysteroscopic polypectomy, schedule your consultation today by calling toll-free 8006686 or clicking the live chat icon at the bottom of the screen.

FAQ
What are polyps?

Polyps are overgrown tissues that appear in the uterine. Most polyps are non-cancerous, but some of these polyps become enormous and cause various symptoms such as causing pressure on organs and disrupting blood flow.

How do I know if I have polyps?

Most people are not aware that they have polyps. When polyps begin to cause symptoms, a screening test is advised. Polyps are frequently identified when screening for something completely unrelated.

How long does it take to recover after the procedure?

You may experience some discomfort after the treatment, and it will take around two weeks for you to fully recover from the surgery.

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