The majority of the patients for whom we perform hysterectomies are able to go home the same day and return to normal activity in a week. Dr. Naples performs hysterectomies by 5 different methods which allows him to tailor the right procedure for your needs
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Laparoscopy is a Minimally-Invasive way to evaluate and treat problems such as endometriosis and chronic pelvic pain
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Leakage of a small amount of urine when sneezing, laughing, straining, etc.Treatment can be divided into nonsurgical and surgical options. To learn more, visit (www.acog.org/publications/patient_education)
The main surgical and most successful treatment is the placement of a mesh sling beneath the urethra to provide it support when there is straining. This is a minimally invasive procedure that allows the patient to go home the same day and resume normal light activity the following day. Intercourse and strenuous activity should be delayed for 3 to 4 weeks. For additional procedure information, visit http://solutionsforurinaryincontinence.com/treatment/
These combined procedures allow for a comprehensive evaluation of the uterine cavity. During these procedure tissue biopsies can be obtained, polyps or fibroids can be removed, or the uterine lining can be destroyed (ablated) to significantly reduce menstrual bleeding.