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  • Uterine (Myoma) Fibroids

    Uterine (Myoma) Fibroids

    A uterine myoma (also called fibroid, leiomyoma, leiomyomata, and fibromyoma) 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 small myomas. Uterine myoma range in size from larger than a melon to as small as a coin.

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  • Focused ultrasound treatment and how it destroys uterine fibroids

    Focused ultrasound treatment and how it destroys uterine fibroids

    One out of every four women suffers from uterine fibroids. These benign growths can be extremely painful and can cause disruptions that severely impact your quality of life.

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  • Effects of Hysterectomy

    Effects of Hysterectomy

    In recent years, an increasing number of studies have shown adverse effects of hysterectomy on the pelvic floor and some studies describe unwanted effects also with regard to other health aspects. These long-term effects are particularly relevant as they may occur a long time after the surgical procedure and may severely impair quality of life.

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  • Pregnancy After Myoma Focused Ultrasound Treatment: Case Reports

    Pregnancy After Myoma Focused Ultrasound Treatment: Case Reports

    It is known that uterine (myoma) fibroids can impair fertility and cause pregnancy complications, depending upon the location of the fibroid and its relation to the uterine cavity. Myoma treatment options can also lead to morbidity and fertility impairment.

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Why choose treatment with focused ultrasound?


Because it:
  • Preserves the uterus
  • Is non-invasive - so there's no cutting, no scars or general anesthesia 
  • Is an outpatient procedure - there's no hospital stay
  • Is a safe procedure and because it is non-invasive, there is less risk of infections
  • There's a short recovery time - you'll return to livelihood quickly


Long term effects of hysterectomy

In recent years, an increasing number of studies have shown adverse effects of hysterectomy on the pelvic floor and some studies describe unwanted effects also with regard to other health aspects. These long-term effects are particularly relevant as they may occur a long time after the surgical procedure and may severely impair quality of life. For example, there is a persistent risk of stress urinary incontinence surgery 10 years after hysterectomy.