Laparoscopy fibroid treatment in greater noida

Fibroids are the abnormal growth in or on the uterus. Tese tumors can cause heavy bleeding and severe abdominal pain. If you suffer from Fibroids, you must visit a specialist to get rid of these. But these fibroids does not always cause any trouble. Many women do not realize that they suffer from Fibroids.


The exact reason for Fibroids is not known. But an experienced gynecologist can help you fight the disease. Visit Dr. Smiti Women’s Clinic to find a quick solution for Fibroids and get rid of your pain. The clinic is equipped with state-of-the-art technology. Modern facilities enable the gynecologists and the doctors to offer indisputable services to the patients. The staff is well-trained well to help patients heal faster and better.

Can you please tell what are the different types of Fibroids?

The fibroid is classified depending on its location. The different types are Intramural, Pedunculated, Subserosal, and Submucosal Fibroid.

The Intramural Fibroid is a growth in the muscular wall of the uterus. It can increase and stretch to womb causing trouble. When the development is outside of the uterus is called Subserosal Fibroid. Due to excessive growth, the womb may appear big from the outside.

When a stem is developed from a Subserosal Fibroid, it is referred to as Pedunculated Fibroid. At times, fibroids may develop in uterine cavity which is identified as Submucosal Fibroid.

How do you treat uterine fibroid?

Dr. Smiti who is an expert gynecologist of our clinic would recommend Laparoscopy for the removal of uterine fibroid.Though the growth is mostly non-cancerous still they may need removal.

After removal, the patient can get relieved from pressure on the bladder, pain in the pelvic region, and excessive bleeding.

When does a doctor suggest a Laparoscopy?

Laparoscopy is suggested depending on size, site & symptoms of fibroid

Are there any side effects after the fibroids are treated with Laparoscopy?

Not really, there can sometimes be difficult removal or bleeding & at times the patient treated for Laparoscopy can suffer from skin irritation or bladder infection.

How long will it take to recover after I am treated with Laparoscopy for the removal of uterine fibroids?

It may take nearly 2 weeks to 6 weeks for the recovery after Laparoscopy treatment for uterine fibroids.

How is Laparoscopy conducted?

Under the Laparoscopy procedure, the surgeon will make a small incision near the belly button. Then a laparoscope which is a tube fitted with a camera on one side is inserted in the abdomen. Later, the surgeon will perform the procedure by breaking the fibroids in small pieces. And gradually these pieces are removed.

What is the largest size of fibroid that can be removed by Laparoscopy?

Laparoscopy can remove a fibroid with the largest size of 10cm. But ultimately, it will also depend on the individual’s health state whether the laparoscopy can be conducted or not. You can visit Dr. Smiti Women’s Clinic to meet and get the best advice for uterine fibroids.

Does the doctor at your clinic suggest any test before conducting Laparoscopy?

Yes, the doctor at our clinic will suggest tests before conducting Laparoscopy. The tests will include:

1. Blood Test Analysis.
2. Urine Analysis.

Depending on the health status of the patient, the doctor may advise other tests also.

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Dr. Smiti Jain

Obstetrician & Gynecologist

With more than a decade of experience in both government run and privately managed healthcare facilities, Dr. Smiti Jain is fully qualified in delivering the highest level of quality care in the fields of gynecology and obstetrics .