I have endometriosis and fibroid tumors (occasionally ovarian cysts). OB recommend hysterectomy. Read about Acessa. Wondering: procedure any good?

Perhaps not for you. Acessa is a novel, fairly good and very promising procedure for treating uterine fibroids and preserve the uterus. Its success depends often on the size, location and number of fibroids in a uterus. It is not a treatment for endometriosis. Hysterectomy laparoscopic, transabdominal or transvaginal at this point in your life may not be a bad recommendation, particularly if you are very symptomatic.

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If I have endometriosis, multiple fibroids, an ovarian cyst, and uterine and rectocele prolapse what would the recommended treatment (s) be?

Surgery. The treatment would be hysterectomy, remove of endometriosis and scarring and a procedure to correct the prolapse. Gets a little complicated but still commonly done. Read more...
Sorry you are. Struggling with these problems. Your situation is a bit complex to make recommendations in this forum. You should make sure you discuss options with an experienced gyn surgeon or urogynecologist. There are options for you. Read more...
Multiple options. It really depends on your age and future pregnancy desires. If you are done childbearing, the best, gold standard surgery would be a davinci robotic supra cervical hysterectomy with concomitant sacrocolpopexy. Since you are young, that may not be an option for you. You should speak with your gyn to discuss all the options. Best of luck! Read more...

I have history of ovarian cyst, just had sergury for endometriosis, and had fibroids. Will I be able to have kids? Or will I need fertility treatment?

Depends. Your fertility outcome will depend on the extent and severity of all these conditions and level of involvement of the tubes. Age also plays a factor in success. If endometriosis is milder, fertility may not be impaired significantly. If fibroids are small and not close to the cavity, again, fertility may not be impaired significantly. As these problems worsen, that may impair fertility. Read more...
What did your MD say. After the surgery, your gyn should have discussed fertility issues. Chances of conception are highest in the first six months after endometriosis surgery. If you had fibroids removed, you may need to wait before trying to get pregnant. Read more...