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What is Myomectomy?
Myomectomy is a surgical procedure to take out uterine fibroids and reconstruct the uterus.
Who is the Right Doctor for Myomectomy?
A Gynecologist is a suitable doctor to consult for Myomectomy.
How is the Procedure Performed?
Depending on the size, number, and location of fibroids, the surgeon may choose one of three surgical approaches:
- Laparoscopic or Robotic Myomectomy are both minimally invasive procedures; the surgeon removes fibroids through many small abdominal incisions.
- To treat smaller fibroids (submucosal fibroids), the surgeon performs a Hysteroscopic Myomectomy. He accesses and removes the fibroids using instruments inserted through the vagina and cervix into the uterus.
- In an Abdominal Myomectomy, the surgeon makes an open abdominal incision to access the uterus and remove fibroids.
The cost of Myomectomy includes:
Preoperative diagnostic tests cost [ultrasound, complete blood count (CBC), and MRI]
Types of surgery (Abdominal myomectomy, Laparoscopic myomectomy, Robotic myomectomy, or Hysteroscopic myomectomy)
Post-Operative cost (depends on the number of follow-up sessions)
Medicine cost (anti-inflammatory, painkillers, etc.)
Patient's hospital stay
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 complication, if it happens [such as Haemorrhage, Injury to the uterus, Formation of scar tissue (adhesions) within the uterus]
Cost of Blood products (if required)
Age of the patient
An extended stay at the Hospital
Cost of Accommodation during follow-ups, in case the patient is not a local resident
Cost related to Myomectomy in Thailand
|Treatment name||Cost range|
|Myomectomy||USD 2700 to USD 3300|
|Fibroid Removal Myomectomy||USD 2520 to USD 3080|
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Samitivej Sukhumvit Hospital, Bangkok
- Established in 1979, Samitivej Hospital is one of the leading private hospital groups in Thailand and SEA and is accredited by JCI.
- It is the first Hospital outside Japan to be accredited with the Japan Council for Quality Health Care (JCQHC) award.
- Samitivej Sukhumvit Hospital is part of the seven private hospitals owned by the Bangkok Dusit Medical Services (BDMS), a leading and trusted private healthcare service provider in Thailand and ASEAN countries.
- It is a 275-bed tertiary care hospital with more than 40 Speciality Centres, namely, the Liver & Digestive Institute, Women's Health Centre including Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Bone, Joint, and Spine Centre, Surgery Clinic, Heart Institute, Bone Marrow & Stem Cell Transplantation Centre, Breast Centre, Fertility Centre, Hair Restoration Medical centre, Knee Health Centre, Neurology Centre, Oncology Centre to mention a few.
- Moreover, there is a Children's Hospital that is dedicated to comprehensive Paediatric care covering Newborns, GI, Oncology, Orthopaedics, Oncology, and others. It is the first private children's hospital in Thailand.
- In 1998, it was certified by UNICEF, WHO, the Department of Health, and the Ministry of Public Health, as a mother and baby-friendly hospital.
- It is one of the favourite medical destinations for both the nationals and expats, along with tourists from around the world providing international quality services and facilities. It was awarded the Top 5 World's Best Hospital for Medical Tourism for 2018 by the Medical Travel Quality Alliance.
- It has been a recipient of many awards, namely, Hospital of the Year by the Thailand Healthcare Asia Awards 2020, The Model Private Hospital Award 2020 for being the top private hospital for academic activity in Thailand, and Best Corporate Hospital Award 2019.
- It was also awarded Thailand's Prime Minister Award for the Most Recognized Service in 2004.
- The hospital is equipped with cutting-edge technologies to diagnose and treat patients with accuracy through a Magnetic Resonance Imaging machine (MRI), 640-slice CT scanner with less radiation, Mammogram, Bone Mineral Density (BMD) analysis, Lower abdominal Ultrasound for Men (Testicle Ultrasound), Cranial Ultrasound for infant, Intravenous Pyelography (IVP) and many more.
- It has a team that assists international patients from finding the right doctor to aftercare at home.
Vejthani Hospital Bangkok, Thailand
- Vejthani Hospital, established in 1994, is one of the leading private international hospitals in Thailand that provides JCI-accredited quaternary health care services.
- Cutting-edge medical technologies, internationally trained specialists, world-class health care standards, and authentic Thai hospitality are their key competencies.
- The hospital serves over 300,000 patients from over 100 countries annually with over 200 inpatient beds.
- Providing a team of knowledgeable translators ensures they are able to communicate effectively in over 20 languages, aptly resolving issues regarding barriers to communication in healthcare.
- Over 300 specialists across multiple specialties at Vejthani Hospital provide a comprehensive range of quaternary medical services, including bone marrow transplant, total joint replacement surgery, kidney transplant, plastic surgery, dental, skin & laser treatment, spine surgery, and gastrointestinal disorder treatment.
- Vejthani Hospital has received one of the highest numbers of Clinical Care Program Certifications (CCPCs) from Joint Commission International (JCI) in the United States, which accredits top-tier hospitals that achieve the highest facilitation for patient safety.
- Vejthani Hospital’s clinical care programs for Diabetes Type II, Hepatitis B, Knee Replacement, and Lumbar Decompression and Fixation have received JCI CCPC.
- As two of the certified fields are subcategories of orthopedics, makes it is popular for patients to claim that the hospital patients gave the hospital the title ‘The King of Bones.
- Vejthani Hospital is the first hospital in the world to receive Hepatitis B CCPC and is the first in Southeast Asia to receive Lumbar Decompression and Fixation CCPC.
Sikarin International Hospital, Bangkok
- Sikarin International Hospital is one of the foremost tertiary care multidisciplinary facilities in Bangkok.
- It was established in 1993 by the “Best Under A Billion” company Sikarin Public Company Limited.
- This world-class hospital has a capacity of 235 beds to cater to the thousands of patients that are treated across multitude of specialties.
- The combination of state-of-the-art infrastructure, outstanding medical facilities, and latest technologies along with expert specialists makes Sikarin one of the top healthcare service providers in Thailand.
- The hospital is internationally accredited and certified by reputed organizations like JCI, ISO, HAACP, HA - Hospital/Healthcare Accreditation for its management and excellent clinical quality.
- Sikarin International Hospital is a global standard medical facility providing first-rate clinical care to all the patients from across the world.
- The international patient services at Sikarin are remarkable offering a number of specific facilities and personalized care to ensure utmost comfort and personalized care to the patients.
- A sought after name in the medical tourism industry, Sikarin Hospital, Bangkok has received multiple awards from reputed organizations and maintain a high standard of quality of services.
Doctors for Myomectomy in Thailand
Pol. Gen. Dr. Jongjate Aojanepong
Gynaecologist and ObstetricianDirector, 43 years of experience
- Pol. Gen. Dr. Jongjate Aojanepong is one of the renowned Obstetricians and Gynecologists in Bangkok, Thailand.
- He holds 43 years of tremendous experience in his field.
- His specializations are infertility treatment and reproductive medicine.
- He completed his M.D., Faculty of Medicine, Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University, Thailand, in 1979, Diploma of Thai Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology, in 1983, and Fellowship in Infertility, in 1986.
- He speaks English and Thai.
Gynaecologist and ObstetricianDirector, 14 years of experience
- Dr. Nisarath Soontrapa is a leading Obstetrician, Gynecologist, and Infertility Specialist in Bangkok, Thailand.
- She has been practicing for the past 14 years.
- His specializations are Fertility Preservation and Laparoscopic & Hysteroscopic Surgery.
- She completed her M.D., Faculty of Medicine from Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University, Thailand, in 2008, Diploma of the Thai Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, in 2012, and Diploma of Reproductive Medicine, Thai Medical Council, in 2014.
- She has research publications in several international medical journals in the field of Infertility and Menopause.
Prof. Dr. Kamthorn Pruksananonda
Gynaecologist and ObstetricianProfessor, 39 years of experience
- Prof. Dr. Kamthorn Pruksananonda is a recognized Obstetrician & Gynaecologist having 39 years of experience.
- His areas of expertise are Minimally Invasive Surgery and Reproductive Medicine.
- After completing his MD from Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, in 1982, he did a Diploma of The Thai Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology in 1988 and gained a Fellowship in Reproductive Biology and Infertility from the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center, USA, in 1991.
- After that, he did a Diploma of The Thai Subboard of Reproductive Medicine in 1997.
- He speaks English, Teo Chew, and Thai.
Myomectomy Cost - Frequently Asked Questions
Before Myomectomy - Most Frequently Asked Questions
Abdominal open myomectomy is a major surgical procedure. It involves making an incision through the skin on the lower abdomen known as a "bikini cut," and removing the fibroids from the wall of the uterus. However, if the fibroids are smaller then the same procedure can be done laparascopically, which then makes it a lower risk surgery.
Depends on Obesity, Number and size of fibroids and previous surgical history of the individual.
That’s right, the purpose of Myomectomy surgery is to remove the fibroids that are inhibiting the process of conception.
That’s right, heavy bleeding and pain because of fibroids will subside and go away.
Myomectomy is the surgery which removes the fibroids from the uterus. This is the best option for women who have fibroids and want to have children in their future.
Some symptoms which indicate the presence of fibroid are:
- pelvic pain
- irregular bleeding\
- frequent urination
- heavy periods
This is a good option for women who have fibroids present in their uterus ans they want to get pregnant in future. Myomectomy removes the fibroids from the uterus without damaging the uterus.
You will be prescribed with some medicines before the surgery to reduce the size of your fibroids and makes their removal easier. Gonadotropin releasing hormone will be given to you to put you in a temporary state of menopause. You have to stop taking alcohol and smoking. The ,midnight before the surgery you have to stop eating or drinking anything.
Your doctor will prescribe you some blood test, MRI scan and pelvic ultrasound before you go for myomectomy.
Many women get relief from the symptoms of pelvic pain and heavy menstrual bleeding. In some cases fibroids can come back especially in women of younger age.
Myomectomy is the surgical procedure for removing the benign growth of benign muscle which is also known as fibroids.
In myomectomy fibroids are being removed by keeping the uterus intact, this is an alternative to hysterectomy in which removal of uterus is needed.
There are different ways of performing myomectomy depending in the size, number and location of the fibroids. There are different surgical and non surgical procedure involved in myomectomy.
Many women do not experience any symptoms of fibroids, no symptoms are seen. Doctor advise you to undergo myomectomy if ultrasound shows presence of fibroids in uterus and the symptoms interfere in day to day life.
Women should go for myomectomy for restoring the uterus, if you are planning a pregnancy.
During the Myomectomy - Most Frequently Asked Questions
Hospital stay is for 2 days.
It is a 2 hour procedure.
Myomectomy is done by three procedures :
- Abdominal myomectomy
- Laproscopic myomectomy
- Hysteroscopic myomectomy
In abdominal myomectomy a horizontal 3-4 inch long incision is being made just above your pubic bone or a vertical incision is made just below your belly button to just above your pubic bone. After making the incision, the fibroids are removed from the wall of the uterus and then sutures are being placed.
In laproscopic myomectomy, you will be given general anaesthesia and four small incision of half inch will be made in your lower part of abdomen and your stomach will be filled with CO2 gas to check inside your abdomen. Then a laproscope will b e placed through the incision which has camera at one end and a small incision will be placed at other end, the fibroids are cut by the instruments and then the instrument is removed and the gas is released and the incision is closed.
In this procedure a thin lighted scope will be placed through your vagina or cervix into your uterus. Then a special liquid will be placed into your uterus for widening it, a wire loop is being used to shave out the pieces of fibroids.
The surgery is being done under general anaesthesia.
Abdominal myomectomy is done if large uterine fibroids are present. Laproscopic myomectomy is done if the fibroids are smaller in size and less in number and hysteroscopic myomectomy is done if the fibroids inside the uterus are smaller and it involves removal through the vagina.
This procedure is done under general anaesthesia, first an horizontal incision is being made in the lower part of abdomen just above your pubic bone. Then a vertical incision is made just below your belly button just above your pubic bone, this incision is less commonly used but it can be used if the fibroids are larger. Once the incision are made fibroids are removed from the wall of the uterus and the uterine muscles are being stitched.
After Myomectomy - Most Frequently Asked Questions
1 week for stitch removal and 6 weeks for full recovery.
You may have a brown or reddish brown vaginal discharge or spotting for a few weeks or until your first period. This is normal. Expect your first two periods to start early or late.
The swelling will take several weeks to go down, may take about 4 to 6 weeks to fully recover. It is important to avoid lifting while you are recovering so that you can heal.
Most patients join their work after 7 day.
6 weeks from surgery
It depends on the age of the patient. If patient is already in menopause, then chances of recurrence are very minimal. For females who are still getting regular cycles, doctor can give an injection (during procedure or after 7 days of procedure) to avoid recurrence for another 5 years. This way, patient can fulfil the desire of motherhood, if that’s the primary factor.
It is safe to plan for fertility after 4-6 months of the procedure.
Women who has more than six fibroids in which there chances of pregnancy are less, in some cases this procedure can weaken your uterus also, there are chances that your uterus can tear as pregnancy starts.
If you have uterine fibroids which are causing the symptoms then myomectomy can be used to remove fibroids and getting relief from the symptoms. The typ of myomectomy procedure which you undergo depends on the size and location of your fibroids.
In case of abdominal myomectomy your scar will be one inch below your pubic hairline and it also fades with time. The scar from laproscopic myomectomy can be seen while wearing low cut bikni or a crop top, this scar is also very smaller and will fade with time.
Some of the common complictaions which you can notice after myomectomy are infection, excessive bleeding, scar tissue, occurence of a new fibroid.
. For abdominal myomectomy four to six weeks of recovery is needed and for laproscopic myomectomy two to four weeks of recovery is needed and for hysteroscopic myomectomy two to three days is needed for recovety.
Dont lift any heavy object or do heavy exercise till your incisions are completely healed. If you want to get pregnant after the procedure ask your doctor when to start planning.
Initially after surgery you will be given intravenous fluid for maintaining hydration. Urinary catheter will be placed for passage of urine. You will be advised to take liquid diet after surgery. There may be some vaginal discharge after surgery.
You should not lift any heavy object or do any strenuous exercise till your incisions are completely healed. You should avoid sexual activity till six weeks after the surgery.
Every surgery has some risk and complications some of the risk of the procedure includes infection, heavy bleeding, damage to nearby organs, hole in uterus, scar tissue and new fibroid formation.
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What is the price of Myomectomy in other countries, compared to Thailand?
Approximate price of Myomectomy in other countries compared to Thailand is:
- Turkey, USD 2560 to USD 3840, approximately 7% higher than Thailand
- Germany, USD 4560 to USD 6840, approximately 90% higher than Thailand