Information about the possibilities of laparoscopic / robotic surgery can be obtained from a gynecological oncology specialist who has sufficient surgical experience in the treatment of ovarian cysts. Often, it is possible to preserve ovarian functions only by removing the cysts.
Human papilloma virus (HPV) is a virus that can cause genital warts and cervical cancer. It can be transmitted by skin-to-skin contact, and although it is usually transmitted by sexual contact, it has also been shown that it can be transmitted by direct skin contact.
Increased Uterine Bleeding; The uterus or uterine organ basically consists of two layers. Although each woman has her own menstrual cycle, excessive or decreased bleeding may be seen in some periods due to various reasons. This condition is called abnormal uterine bleeding.
Fibroids are benign tumors that originate from muscle cells in the uterine wall. Fibroids are detected very frequently, but only a certain part of them cause complaints such as bleeding, feeling of pressure or pain in women. The diagnosis of fibroids can be made easily by ultrasound and physical examination.
Urinary incontinence or involuntary urinary incontinence is a phenomenon that affects many women and makes social life difficult. Although it is generally seen in elderly women, urinary incontinence is not a natural part of the aging process and often effective treatment is available.
Cancer treatment is a special condition that can be very weary for both patients and physicians, and current information gives the best results if the gynecological oncology surgeons who have received special training in the treatment of cervical cancer do.
Ovarian or ovarian cancer is the second most common cancer affecting female reproductive organs. It is usually seen in women between the ages of 50-65. But it can affect women of all ages. Treatment of ovarian cancer often requires extensive surgery, and patients may need additional post-surgery treatment.
Endometrial cancer, sometimes directly called uterine cancer, is a tumor that originates in the lining of the uterine wall. It is the most common cancer of female reproductive organs. However, it is often found at an early stage and can be fully treated surgically.
Vulva is the name given to the outermost part of the female genitals and vulva cancer originates from this region. Vulvar cancer usually presents as an itchy and burning swelling or scar. Although it can be seen at any age, it is a disease of advanced age.
Read this guide at least once before your surgery and use it as a reference on the days leading up to the surgery. Bring this guide with you every time you come to our practice, including the day of surgery. You and your companion will refer to this guide throughout your care.
In the General Gynecological Post-Surgery Guide, we tried to explain the situations you will encounter after your surgery and the process you will experience. As part of the Post-Surgical Recovery program, it is important to do certain things before and after your surgery.
Although it varies according to the conditions of the patients, robotic minimally invasive surgery may be the best choice for most patients. After robotic procedures, patients can spend the night even in their own homes if they wish, the incisions are extremely small, and there is little infection and pain.
LEEP is the name of the method used to remove tissues using an electrical wire loop. It is used in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer precursor changes (CINs) in the cervix. It is necessary to show that there is no vaginal or pelvic infection and pregnancy in a patient without the Leep procedure.
How can we prepare our skin for surgical operation before the operation? In this article, we will explain the body cleansing that should be done before surgery. Skin cleansing is of paramount importance to help reduce the risk of infection. Before the surgery, we need to clean the skin when we wake up in the morning.