Uterus Removal Surgery-Why It Is Necessary

  • Shivani Tyagi
  • August 20, 2019

Generally, women after entering into their late 40s start experiencing certain hormonal changes and associated complications leading to heavy bleeding per vaginum and unusual pain in the lower abdomen. In certain severe conditions, which we will discuss in the next section, gynaecologist advises for uterus removal surgery cost. The procedure done to remove the uterus is called as TLH i.e, Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy. There are many alternatives to a TLH are available including non-surgical treatments and medications.


There are many reasons why a gynaecologist recommends hysterectomy or uterus removal for women.

Certain conditions including life-threatening uterine cancer called Endometrial cancer or cervical cancer or cancer in ovaries make it necessary for the gynaecologist to suggest for uterus removal. Other conditions, such as fibroids and endometriosis, however, not life-threatening but can cause heavy bleeding, more pain and discomfort making the TLH procedure essential for the patient.


Hysterectomy or uterus removal surgery is done under general anaesthesia. The most common types of hysterectomy are:

  • Total Laparoscopic hysterectomy which is done using laparoscopy.
  • Subtotal/partial hysterectomy
  • Abdominal hysterectomy

Type of procedure is defined by the surgeon based on the severity of the condition and other factors like the age of the patient.


The risks of hysterectomy are negligible when compared to the risk of not getting the condition treated that way. Still a few risks like general risks of any surgery, complications of anaesthesia are there.


The recovery from hysterectomy surgery depends on the type of procedure performed.

An abdominal hysterectomy requires typically 6 to 8 weeks for the recovery. On the other hand Laparoscopic hysterectomy recovers in a shorter time.


For many women, after a uterus removal surgery, experiences a great improvement in dealing with the problems that made the surgery necessary. Many women find it a positive change that they do not have to worry about birth control or having a period after uterus removal. For any woman, being pain-free is certainly an improvement and relaxing.

What Are The Effects After Uterus Removal Surgery Or Hysterectomy?

After Hysterectomy Surgery MTC

Hysterectomy is the surgical intervention for uterus removal suggested by a gynaecologist. This procedure is done in different ways. These are:

  1. VAGINAL HYSTERECTOMY : This surgery is a minimally invasive surgery where the uterus is taken out through the vagina.
  2. TOTAL LAPAROSCOPIC HYSTERECTOMY OR TLH : In TLH, the uterus is removed using a laparoscope. It is the minimally invasive surgery for uterus removal.
    • Laparoscopically Assisted Vaginal Hysterectomy : In this procedure, small incisions or cuts are made in the abdomen and vagina as well to remove the uterus. This procedure is also carried out using a laparoscope.
    • Robotic-Assisted Hysterectomy : This procedure is performed with the aid of a computer and robotics involving small abdominal incisions.
    • Abdominal Hysterectomy: This type of hysterectomy is the traditional approach, where the uterus is removed making a large incision in the abdomen. It is an outdated procedure because of delayed recovery.

Certain effects on a woman’s body after the hysterectomy procedure are discussed as follows:

  1. SCARRING : A woman after hysterectomy get scars on her body, however, scarring differs from procedure to procedure. In open surgery like abdominal hysterectomy, scars are more visible but since the laparoscopic procedure is less invasive procedure so is associated with minimal scars.
  2. PAIN : Pain too depends upon the type of hysterectomy performed. Patients with a vaginal hysterectomy or abdominal one, experience pain for two or more weeks. On the other hand, women who underwent TLH recovers from pain in a shorter time within a week.
  3. RISKS AND COMPLICATIONS AFTER HYSTERECTOMY : There are no complications and risks associated with the surgery in most women but still few risks after hysterectomy may include the following:
    • Injury to nearby organs
    • Anesthesia problems
    • Heavy bleeding
    • Infection
    • Early menopause, if the ovaries are removed
  4. EFFECT ON MENSTRUAL CYCLE OF A WOMAN AFTER HYSTERECTOMY : A woman experiences the state of menopause when the ovaries stop producing the hormones oestrogen and progesterone, which regulate menstruation. So if ovaries are intact in the surgery for uterus removal, then menopause does not occur. Ovaries are to be removed along with uterus is decided by the best gynaecologist on the basis of the patient’s history and severity of the condition.


Since women are relieved from heavy bleeding and pain so sexual life is improvised after hysterectomy also the couple is free from the worry of unwanted pregnancy.

We encourage women who are considering uterus removal surgery cost to discuss all the associated risks and benefits of hysterectomy. Know other aspects of hysterectomy procedure at the medical treatment centre.

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