Uterine artery embolization in Gujarat
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When is Uterine artery embolization (UAE) Needed?

  • Fibroids size > 5 cm or multiple fibroids
  • Heavy painful vaginal bleeding
  • Frequent need for urination  
  • Tummy (Abdominal) Pain

Why you should not delay Uterine artery embolization (UAE)?

  • Anemia owing to continuous bleeding
  • Continuous pain and urine issues
  • Lower physical fitness with age – difficult to perform surgery
  • Medical management is ineffective – the problem will persist
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Why Uterine Artery Embolization ?

  • Minimal Blood Loss
  • Negligible Scars and Stitches
  • Minimally Invasive Procedure
  • Very less Chances of Infection

Advantages of Uterine artery embolization (UAE) Treatment

  • Painless 45mins Procedure
  • High Success. Latest Process
  • Minimal Risk of Recurrence
  • Minimal Invasion. Quick Recovery
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Frequently Asked Questions

What causes fibroids?

There is no one concrete reason for fibroids to occur. Research suggests that more than one factor could play a role. These factors could be:

  • Hormonal (affected by estrogen and progesterone levels)
  • Genetic (runs in family)

Where can fibroids grow?

Most fibroids grow in the wall of the uterus. Based on their location they are classified as:

  • Submucosal – fibroids that grow into the uterine cavity
  • Intramural – fibroids that grow within the wall of the uterus
  • Subserosal – fibroids that grow on the outside of the uterus

Can fibroids burst?

While uterine fibroids are common, a ruptured fibroid is rare. However, a ruptured fibroid is a very serious medical condition that requires emergency care.

How do I know for sure that I have fibroids?

After clinical symptoms and diagnosis, the doctor would advise tests to confirm whether you have fibroids. These tests might include: x-ray, usg, cat scan, MRI.

What should I do post-surgery?

  • Resume normal activities with some restrictions (limited lifting of weights, bending etc.)
  • A follow-up visit with doctor after 1 week of surgery

Any other diseases which may necessitate hysterectomy?

  • Uterine prolapse (shifting down of the uterus) – stage 2 onwards

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