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A myomectomy involves fibroids in the uterus and surrounding perineal area and the removal of that tissue. Paramount is to save the organs and have a surgery that preserves the ability to get pregnant and have a baby, as well as the uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries.

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A myomectomy may include work on the adjacent large intestine or bladder. After a myomectomy, the chances of having a c section birth is very high, and chances of a VBAC are low due to the scar tissue on the uterus.

We have some videos that show the hysterectomy methods. The Misgav Ladach Method for Hysterectomy has shown to have the fewest secondary complications, fastest recovery time and the least amount of discomfort.

A Myomectomy involves fibroids in the uterus and surrounding perineal area and the removal of that tissue. Saving the organs and having a surgery that preserves the ability to get pregnant and have a baby, as well as the uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries.

All of these surgeries create incisions in the abdomen which need to be compressed after surgery.

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