Need good surgeon. A laparoscopic or a robot-assisted total hysterectomy is a complex surgery that requires significant training and experience, especially in complicated cases like large fibroids or significant scarring due to endometriosis. Nonetheless, in skilled hands, it can be done with very acceptable risks and excellent outcomes. The recovery is much better than with the abdominal approach.
Depends. The hysterectomy would probably be a laparoscopic or laparoscopically assisted vaginal hysterectomy - and not an abdominal hysterectomy. Any surgery can be difficult depending on the patient and her anatomy - most surgeons will have no problem safely completing even a difficult hysterectomy.
It can be. Depends on what your problem is, what you body types is and how good your doctor is at doing them. If you are very heavy or, have had previous surgery with known adhesions, or have other medical problems like diabetes those factors can possibly complicate the surgery.
I had a full abdominal hysterectomy on Sep. 18th. On day 6 afterward, my internal stitches tore and I was pouring blood vaginally. I met my dr at the ER and almost immediately went back into surgery. I stayed another 3 days in the hospital. I've now been
What is the question. As above, you had an unusual surgery complication.
What is the cm equivalent of an approx 35cc hemorrhagic cyst? I'm going on 18+ mos with this <4 yrs after total abdominal hysterectomy.
Clarification. It sounds like your doctor may have described the ovarian cyst as ovarian volume. You may be asking the actual size of the cyst. Although a volume to size reverse calculation might be possible that is not something we would know intuitively. It would be easier to contact the physician and ask for the size measurements of the cyst from the sonogram report.
1square centimeter. Equals 1 cc.