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Removal of fibroides in safe way so that blood loss may not occure?
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Dr. Wesley Grootwassink
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Always some
The manner in which fibroids are removed depends on location.
Those in the cavity can usually be removed with a hysteroscope ( camera which passes through the vagina and cervix. ) most others can be removed via a laprascope. The use of the robot can really aid in closure of the incisions in the uterus. Most fibroids do not require a major incision in the abdomen, which limits blood loss.

In brief: Always some
The manner in which fibroids are removed depends on location.
Those in the cavity can usually be removed with a hysteroscope ( camera which passes through the vagina and cervix. ) most others can be removed via a laprascope. The use of the robot can really aid in closure of the incisions in the uterus. Most fibroids do not require a major incision in the abdomen, which limits blood loss.
Dr. Wesley Grootwassink
Dr. Wesley Grootwassink
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Dr. Kevin Carson
Radiology - Interventional
In brief: UFE
If blood loss is a major concern then strong consideration should be given to the uterine fibroid embolization procedure.
There is almost no blood loss during the procedure.

In brief: UFE
If blood loss is a major concern then strong consideration should be given to the uterine fibroid embolization procedure.
There is almost no blood loss during the procedure.
Dr. Kevin Carson
Dr. Kevin Carson
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