gt;gt;Susie Assanie: My name is SusieAsSanie and I’m the Director of the Minimally Invasive Gynecologic SurgeryProgram at the University of Michigan. Today I’d like to talk a little bit abouttreatment options for abnormal uterine bleeding. Abnormal uterine bleeding is a common conditionthat affects many women and it’s very important to see your to determinethe cause of bleeding. Once the cause of bleedingis identified you can discuss with your physician what treatment optionsmight be best suited for your particular needs. One of the most common treatment optionsfor abnormal bleeding is hormonal therapy,
which is a very safe andeffective therapy for many women. There are many different methods of usinghormonal therapy and some can be as simple as taking a pill every day, using a patchonce a week, there are various different types of injections, as well as local treatmentswithin the vagina and or the uterus. If a hormonal treatment option isnot considered appropriate for you, or if that treatment option doesnot seem to be working for you, there are many different surgicaloptions that might be best. There are three surgical approaches tothe treatment of abnormal uterine bleeding
and these include endometrialablation, myomectomy, which is removal of uterine fibroids, as wellas hysterectomy which is removal of the uterus. Endometrial ablation is a simpleoutpatient surgical technique that essentially destroysthe lining of the uterus. There are many different methods of performinga endometrial ablation and you should talk to your physician about whichmethod might be best for you. Endometrial ablation can be done in the office or in an outpatient surgicalcenter with very light anesthesia.
Most patients go home the same day and cango back to work within two to three days. The risks of this procedure are generallyminimal and its best used to treat patients with regular but heavy menstrual bleeding. Some patients might also find thattheir uterine cramping associated with their heavy bleeding mightalso improve after this procedure. A second surgical approach to abnormal uterinebleeding is myomectomy which is surgical removal of uterine fibroids when they areconsidered the source of abnormal bleeding. There are many different approaches tomyomectomy and this primary depends on the size
and location of uterine fibroids. Uterine fibroids can be directlyin the lining of the uterus and these can often be removed vaginally througha procedure called hysteroscopic myomectomy. If this treatment option isthought to be appropriate for you, this is an outpatient surgery option in whichthe patient can often go home the same day and back to work within two to three days. When uterine fibroids are more deeplyinfiltrating into the muscle of the uterus or the surface of the uterus, hysteroscopicmyomectomy may not be an option,
but patients might still be a candidatefor a minimally invasive approach through a laparoscopic myomectomy. At the University of Michigan, we performmany robotic myomectomy’s for the patients with abnormal uterine bleeding and orinfertility related to uterine fibroids. This procedure is an excellenttreatment option for many patients because it is a minimally invasive approach,in which patients can go home the same day, and usually back to workwithin ten to fourteen days. Small incisions are made on the abdomen,and the uterine fibroids are removed,
Uterine Fibroids Frequent Symptoms and Treatment Options
Where can I get treatment for Fibriods? What are Uterine Fibriods?Uterine fibroids are benign growths of the uterus that often occur in women who are intheir reproductive years. Uterine fibroids are not associated with an increased riskof uterine cancer and almost never develop into cancer.Whe do women develop Uterine Fibriods? Usually, 3 out of 4 women develop uterinefibroids sometime during their lifetime, but most of them are unaware of their presence,because fibroids don’t usually cause any symptoms. Your may discover fibroidsduring a pelvic exam or after a routine ultrasound.
What are treatments of uterine fibriods?In general, uterine fibroids don’t require treatment. But, certain medical therapiesand surgical procedures can shrink or remove fibroids if they generate discomfort or troublesomesymptoms. What are symptoms of uterine fibriods?In women who struggle with symptoms, the most frequent ones are: Heavy menstrual bleedingProlonged menstruation seven days or longer menstrual bleeding,The feeling of pelvic pressure or pain in the pelvic area,Frequent urination, Difficulty in emptying the bladder,Constipation, Back pain or leg pain.
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