Cesarean myomectomy refers to the surgical removal of fibroids from the uterus during a cesarean section, which is the delivery of a baby through an incision in the abdominal wall and uterus. This procedure might be necessary if fibroids are causing complications during pregnancy or delivery.
Before taking decision for Cesarean Myomectomy we carefully assess the risks and benefits, as it involves both childbirth and surgery.
Complications of Caesarean Myomectomy.
Complications of cesarean myomectomy include… bleeding, infection, injury to surrounding organs, adhesions (scar tissue formation), delayed wound healing, and potential impact on future pregnancies. Since it’s a combination of childbirth and surgery, the risks associated with both cesarean sections and myomectomy procedures has to be kept in mind.
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