A 32-year-old male asked about a 70-year-old female:
What is better in terms of risks and benefits for the treatment of stage 4 uterine prolapse, lefort colpocleisis procedure or robotic hysterectomy with anterior and posterior colporaphy and colpopexy with perinopasty cause the later look abit risky?
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Pathology 51 years experience
The risk is based on your general health. The surgical procedures are generally safe in a person who does not have underlying health issues. You should consult your surgeon and the anesthesiologist.
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