Uterine Fibroids Treatment in Thailand by Vejthani Hospital
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http://pdf.reuters.com/htmlnews/8knews.asp?i=43059c3bf0e37541&u=urn:newsml:reuters.com:20130315:nBw146539a BANGKOK--(Business Wire)-- Vejthani Hospital Bangkok recommends the way to cure Uterine (Myoma) Fibroids at Vejthani Women Health Center. Have you been suffering from uterine-fibroids? If you feel pain for Pelvic pain or notice any symptoms caused by uterine-fibroids, you should contact a doctor and check for any growth as soon as possible. A Uterine Myoma is a benign (non-cancerous) tumour that grows within the muscle tissue of the uterus. There can either be one dominant myoma in the uterus, or a cluster of many tiny myomas. Uterine myoma range in size from larger than a melon to as small as a coin. 20-50% of women of childbearing age have uterine myoma. While many women do not experience any problems, symptoms can be severe enough to require treatment. For example, a very large myoma may cause the uterus to stretch to the size of a six or seven-month pregnancy. Myoma Treatment Options There are a number of treatment options for uterine myoma (fibroids). In the past, the most common treatment was a hysterectomy. Today, there are more treatment options to choose from so that women with symptomatic myoma (fibroids) can choose a more suitable option. Medical Treatment Ovarian suppressing medications such as (GnRH analogues, progestational compounds, antiprogestins), can reduce a heavy period. Unfortunately, medical treatment generally causes menopause-like symptoms such as hot flashes, mood swings, and bone loss. Fibroid symptoms usually return if treatment stops. Birth control pills reduce heavy period associated with fibroid, but do not stop fibroids' growth. Surgical Treatment The most common surgical treatment for fibroids is hysterectomy, a procedure where the fibroids are removed along with the uterus. An alternative surgical treatment is myomectomy, removal of just the fibroids. Both procedures required general anesthesia, up to four days hospital stay, and 4-6 weeks recovery period. In general, myomectomy is a more difficult operation than hysterectomy and is associated with a recurrence rate of 20-25% at five years. An advantage of hysterectomy is that the fibroids cannot grow back since the uterus is removed. Vejthani Hospital Bangkok offers uterine-fibroids surgery treatment at Vejthani women health center such as Myomectomy surgery and Hysterectomy surgery. We provide the latest medical equipments and friendly services in Bangkok, Thailand. Our certified specialists and hospital staffs will treat you well. Contact us today. Please Visit: Uterine fibroids treatment Vejthani Hospital Harriet Marie, (+66)85-223-8888 Nurse Information Online Copyright Business Wire 2013
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