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A hysterectomy involves removing the uterus surgically. Following the procedure, you will lose the ability to become pregnant. This surgery is performed due to abnormal bleeding, uterine prolapse, fibroids, or cancer. Recovery depends on the type of surgery performed; however, it usually takes four to six weeks.

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  • Recovery: 1-2 week  
  • Bruising Visible: 1-3 Week
  • Drained: Possibly 
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Who Is The Ideal Candidate For Hysterectomy?

You may be the ideal candidate for a hysterectomy if you have any of the following:

  • Abnormal or excessive vaginal bleeding
  • Severe menstrual discomfort
  • Fibroids in the uterus or leiomyomas
  • Severe uterine-related pelvic discomfort
  • Uterine prolapse
  • Uterus cancer or the cervical region
  • Hyperplasia, recurrent uterine polyps, or adenomyosis


Provide your blood and urine samples before the procedure for testing. The doctor will explain the procedure, including all the possible complications and side effects. Talk to your doctor about any concerns that you may have.

Surgery Details

Your healthcare provider will determine the type of hysterectomy you need. You will get hooked up to monitors to track your heart rate. An intravenous (IV) line is placed to deliver medications and fluids. An anesthesiologist will give you either general anesthesia or an epidural.

The procedure will last one to three hours depending on the size of the uterus, the need to take down damage from previous surgeries, and if other tissues like endometrial tissue or organs such as the ovaries or the fallopian tubes are being removed from the uterus.

After Surgery

The amount of time you ought to spend in the hospital following the surgery varies depending on the type of surgical procedure. Your doctor will monitor you to ensure no signs of blood clots or bleeding. You’ll be allowed to walk around as soon as possible to prevent blood clots in your lower body. Your doctor will ask you to refrain from sexual intercourse and avoid lifting heavy objects for approximately six weeks. After a hysterectomy, you will not be able to become pregnant. If the ovaries are also removed, you’ll be in menopause.

Home Recovery

Some home recovery instructions after a hysterectomy include:

  • Use only a pantiliner or a light sanitary pad for the discharge.
  • Do not lift heavy objects (>10 pounds) for four to six weeks.
  • Avoid sexual intercourse or inserting anything in your vagina for four to six weeks
  • Take a shower as per the doctor’s instructions
  • Drive once you stop taking painkillers
  • Start with your exercise routine after four to six weeks


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    Can the procedure be done laparoscopic?

    yes it can, but depending on the size of the uterus when we remove it from the body, we would be able to remove it Vaginally or via a small umbilical or abdominal incision. We will review this option.

    Do you remove the ovaries too?

    We can, it depends on what you want us to remove.

    How long does the procedure take?

    1-2 hour approximately

    Can I come by myself?

    Yes, My Doctor Click has a full support team for medical travelers.