Hysterectomy Cost In Tunisia

Cost of Hysterectomy in Tunisia: Detailed Overview

Hysterectomy is surgical removal of uterus usually done in fibroids causing excessive bleeding, uterine cancer,endometriosis and adenomyosis.
In subtotal hysterectomy, surgeon removes only the upper part of the uterus,In total hysterectomy removes uterus and cervix. In Radical hysterectomy, surgeon removes the whole uterus, tissue on the sides of the uterus, the cervix, and the top part of the vagina. Radical hysterectomy is done when cancer is present.There are two main approaches for hysterectomy namely laparoscopic and robot assisted.

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procedure is performed by a gynecologist.

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The cost Hysterectomy Surgery includes:

  • Preoperative diagnostic tests cost [Cervical cytology (Pap test), Endometrial biopsy, Pelvic ultrasound, blood tests, etc.]

  • Surgery cost

  • Type of Surgery [laparoscopic hysterectomy (keyhole surgery), vaginal hysterectomy, abdominal hysterectomy, etc.]

  • Post-Operative cost (depends on the number of follow-up sessions)

  • Medicine cost 

  • Patient's hospital stay

Factors affecting cost of Hysterectomy

The overall cost of the procedure also varies based on the patient's condition and preferences. Some of these factors are:

  • Type of hospital and room opted (General, Twin sharing, or single room)

  • The severity of the disease

  • Post-surgical complications if it happens (such as infection, bleeding, nerve injury, etc.)

  • Cost of blood products (if required)

  • An extended stay at the Hospital

  • Cost of accommodation during follow-ups, in case the patient is not a local resident

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After a hysterectomy, women no longer have menstrual periods and cannot become pregnant
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In order to determine the nature and severity of the disease, the surgeon may recommend specific diagnostic procedures such as blood tests, Ultrasound of the Pelvis,  Biopsy of the Endometrium, and Cytology of the Cervix. The cost of all the tests are covered in the package.

The pharmacy and prescription costs are covered when a patient is in the hospital. However, if the patient buys prescriptions outside of the hospital, the package does not cover them.

Most women who undergo hysterectomy will stay in the hospital for 2 to 3 days, maybe longer if the hysterectomy is due to malignancy. Depending on the kind of hysterectomy, recovery time might range from 2 to 6 weeks. Check-ups are normally scheduled 6 to 8 weeks after your therapy is completed. For the first two years, every 3 to 6 months.

Surgery recovery might take 2 to 6 weeks. Your wounds may be sore for a week after surgery. For a few days, the patient may feel uneasy and have the urge to urinate. Any expense after the treatment is not covered in the package.  

Yes. Health insurance policies cover hysterectomies. All health insurance policies that cover surgical procedures pay the cost of a hysterectomy. These are largely health insurance policies for surgery.

Hysteroscopic examination and care, such as polypectomy (the removal of a polyp), myomectomy (the removal of fibroids), or endometrial ablation, may also be highly helpful, allowing some patients to avoid hysterectomy.   

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Everything You Need to Know About Hysterectomy: Q&A

Before the Procedure (7 Questions):

During the operation, anesthesia or an epidural could be given so it will not hurt. However, minor cramps and discomfort will be experienced after surgery.

Having a hysterectomy doesn't cause weight loss directly. However, depending on the underlying condition it's treating, some people might experience weight loss that's not necessarily related to the procedure itself.

After a hysterectomy, the other abdominal organs shift slightly to fill the space. Unless extensive surgery is performed the vagina remains the same after a hysterectomy.

Hysterectomy is the surgery which is done for removing the uterus this is also being done for some other reasons such as uterine fibroids, uterine prolapse, cancer of the uterus, cervix or ovaries, chronic pelvic pain or abnormal vaginal bleeding.

There are different types of hysterectomy depending on the reason of hysterectomy surgeon may choose to remove all or only some part of the uterus.

  1. Supracervical hysterectomy- Only the upper part of the uterus is being removed  by keeping the cervix in place
  2. Total hysterectomy- The whole uterus and the cervix is being removed.
  3. Radical hysterectomy- It removes the whole uterus and the tissues present on the sides of the uterus.

Yes, Hysterectomy is a major surgery but with the new technological advancement the discomfort and the risk of infection of the surgery is being decreased.

Women of any age can get their uterus removed but they should be medically fit for it usually women of age 18 to 35 years should consider for hysterectomy because it is necessary for their well being.

During the Procedure (5 Questions):

Hospital stay is for 2 days.

It usually takes 1-1.5 hours.

Hysterectomy surgery is mainly done under general anaesthesia. This procedure lasts for about one to two hours.

In Hyterectomy surgery, surgeon makes a 5 to 7 inches incision either up to down and from moving side to side across the belly and the uterus is being removed through this incision. In vaginal hysterectomy the surgeon makes a cut in the vagina and removes the uterus through this and then the incision is closed and no visible scar is being seen.

Laproscopic hysterectomy is being done through then a laparoscope in which a tube lighted camera and a surgical tools is being inserted by making a small cut in the belly. Laproscopic  tools are being inserted which helps in removing the uterus. The surgeon performs the hysterectomy from outside the body, viewing the operation on a video screen.

Post the Procedure (13 Questions):

Open Surgery operates on the lower abdomen giving incision cuts on the belly to remove the uterus leaving a scar mark.

To remove the same, a MIP approach involves an incision in the vagina or belly with surgical tools and camera also using sophisticated technical assistance. This leaves no visible scar.

Hysterectomy removes the uterus and the cervix. This procedure leaves the ovaries intact and will not induce menopause.

It takes around 3 – 4 weeks for vaginal and laparoscopy-assisted vaginal hysterectomy whereas abdominal Surgery takes around 4 – 6 weeks.

Wait for 6 weeks after surgery to return to work, assuming it is not manual or lifting. You can drive a car when you are comfortable wearing a seat belt and do an emergency stop.

Once the wounds have healed, you can swim and resume sexual activity once the discharge has stopped.

The only way to enjoy parenthood after hysterectomy is to go for surrogacy.

You can orgasm after a hysterectomy, no changes are being made in the vagina after hysterectomy procedure.

Hysterectomy is considered bad because when the uterus is being removed it can result in bladder and bowel dysfunction, prolapse and incontinence along with the four fold increased risk of pelvic organ fistula.

Hysterectomy is the biggest cause of vaginal shortening because of the removal of the cancerous organs and scarring the vaginal capacity is being reduced.

Yes, it is possible to gain weight after hysterectomy especially for postmenopausal women also those who have full hysterectomy where uterus and cervix were removed

Yes, you may notice that your stomach has become swollen and puffy after Hysterectomy which will take few months to subside and to recover completely.

Depending on various procedures, the individual may be advised to rest from two to six weeks, with the first two weeks consisting of bed rest.

Weight loss is not a side effect of the surgery. Some people may experience some side effects of the surgery which can result in pain or side effects of anaesthesia. This can sometimes results in temporary weight loss.

Pain is very minimum after the surgery, you may feel some pain or tenderness at the incision site most women are advised to avoid lifting heavy objects and to restrict themselves from having sex for minimum three weeks.

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