Includes

Surgeon’s Fees
Stay at the Hospital
Pre-operative Investigations
Medicines and Consumables at the hospital
Food at the hospital
Airport transfers
IndiCure assistance

Does Not Include

Accommodation outside the hospital
Air tickets
Visa

Stay Required

Stay at the Hospital – 1 – 3 days (depending on the type of surgery)  
Stay in India – 5 to 10 days

The cost quoted above is indicative and should not be taken as the final cost of the surgery. The final cost can be ascertained after the surgeon has evaluated the patient. The cost in Indian Rupees can vary based on exchange rate.

Myomectomy Cost in India starts from US $ 3,200 and varies depending on the type of surgical approach, your medical history, surgeon, hospital and the city where you choose to get the surgery done.

Factors that affect Myomectomy Cost in India:
  • Gynecologist’s Fees

    An important expense when it comes to your Myomectomy is going to be your gynecologist’s fees. IndiCure recommends experienced, skilled, board-certified surgeons who are capable of delivering successful surgeries. The charges may vary depending on the experience of the surgeon, popularity, and the approach to treatment.

  • Technique of Surgery

    There are different techniques to perform myomectomy, viz Abdominal, Hysteroscopic or Laparoscopic. Depending on your age, medical condition and other considerations, your doctor may advise the best option for you, which affects the myomectomy cost in India to a great extent.

  • Type of Surgical Approach

    A significant portion of the overall cost of the surgery arises from the use of any customized surgical instruments or specialized technology. With the hopes of improving patient care, new techniques and technologies are often introduced to the surgical process. Such innovative advancements in the surgical approach can increase costs.

  • Surgical Facility

    Having your Myomectomy in an accredited surgical facility by skilled and qualified medical staff is a critical factor. Moreover, the geographical location of this facility also affects the initial quote. But, IndiCure provides you with a projected estimate that will be affordable.

  • Surgery-Related Expenses

    The surgery-related expenses include the pre- and post-surgical expenses. The pre-surgical expenses are associated with the candidacy and the medical history of the patient. This also includes the routine medical exams and tests to ensure you’re a good fit for the surgery. Post-surgical expenses may include prescription medications and follow-up consultations.

We at IndiCure, understand that you travel with a budget in mind and do not like to be greeted by surprises after arrival in India. We thus club all these expenses and give you the package cost that is inclusive and affordable at the same time.

Your case manager shall give you an estimated cost of your surgery after discussing your medical reports with the surgeon. The final cost, however, shall be confirmed after your consultation with the surgeon.

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Best Gynecologists in India

Dr. Rama Joshi
Dr. Rama Joshi
MBBS, MD
26+ Years of Experience

Dr. Rama Joshi is a highly skilled and experienced gynecologist currently working as the Director of Gynecology at the Fortis Memorial Research Institute in Gurgaon. She has expertise in treating all types of cancer surgeries involving females, such as uterine cancer therapy and ovarian cancer treatment.

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Dr. Laila Dave
MBBS, MD
34+ Years of Experience

Dr. Laila Dave is a gynecologist with many years of experience. In the field of Obstetrics and Gynecology, she has over 34 years of expertise. She specializes in gynecological issues, pregnancy diseases, obstetrics issues, prenatal checkups, and pregnancy exercise, among other things.

Dr.-Malvika-Sabharwal
Dr. Malvika Sabharwal
MBBS, DGO
38+ Years of Experience

Dr. Malvika Sabharwal has 39 years of expertise as a gynecologist and obstetrician. In 2008, the President of India bestowed the fourth-highest civilian award in the Republic of India, the Padma Shri, to her. She has completed almost 50,000 procedures so far.

Best Gynecology Hospitals in India

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Fortis Memorial Research Institute

Gurgaon

Fortis Memorial Research Institute (FMRI), the flagship hospital of Fortis Healthcare, is a multi-specialty, quaternary care hospital and is counted among the best hospitals in India and the world. The hospital is considered as “Mecca of Healthcare” and a referral hospital, not only in the entire Asia Pacific but much beyond.

Artemis Health Institute - Gurgaon
Artemis Hospital

Gurgaon

Artemis Health Institute, a premium multi-specialty hospital is a healthcare venture launched by the promoters of the Apollo Tyres Group. Established in 2007, Artemis was the first hospital in Haryana to get NABH accreditation within 3 years of start-up.

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What is Myomectomy?

The surgical excision of uterine fibroids is known as myomectomy, or fibroidectomy. Fibroids are benign, noncancerous growths that frequently, but not always, occur during reproductive years. The size, location, and number of fibroids present determine the severity of the symptoms.

Smaller uterine fibroids may cause no symptoms in some patients. When fibroids grow in size, number, or are positioned in specific parts of the uterus, they can produce a variety of debilitating symptoms, including:

  • Lower back pain
  • Intercourse-related pain
  • Heavy Menstrual flow
  • A sensation of pressure in the pelvic area
  • Fertility problems

Myomectomy is the best option for removing fibroids in women who want to keep the chance of becoming pregnant in the future or who want to keep their uterus for other reasons.

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When is Myomectomy required ?

If you have fibroids that are bothering you or interfering with your daily activities, your doctor may consider a myomectomy.

If you need surgery for uterine fibroids, there are several reasons to opt for a myomectomy rather than a hysterectomy:

  • You want to start a family
  • Uterine fibroids may be interfering with your fertility
  • Your uterus is something you want to retain

How is Myomectomy done?

There are three main ways to remove fibroid tumors surgically. The best option for you is determined by the location of the fibroids, the number of fibroids present, and the size of the fibroids. The following are the many types of myomectomy surgeries:

Abdominal Myomectomy

If you have several or extremely big fibroids growing in your uterine wall, an abdominal myomectomy may be the best option for you. During the surgery, you will be put under general anesthetic and will be sleeping. To reach the uterus and remove the fibroids, the surgeon will create a three- to four-inch long incision in the lower abdomen. Depending on the size and location of the fibroids, longer incisions may be required. After that, the uterus and skin are sewn shut. Following an abdominal myomectomy, most patients spend two to three days in the hospital.

Laparoscopic Myomectomy

If you have smaller and fewer fibroids, a laparoscopic myomectomy may be a better option. You will be put under general anesthesia for this treatment. At the belly button, bikini line, and around each hip, four small incisions of about 12″ each are made. The abdominal cavity is subsequently expanded with carbon dioxide gas, and a laparoscopy, or illuminated microscope, is introduced. The microscope allows the surgeons to examine the uterus and other reproductive organs as well as manipulate the equipment used to remove the fibroids from the other incisions. In many situations, this treatment is carried out with the assistance of a robotic arm that is controlled by a computer by the surgeon. Patients usually stay at the hospital for one day before returning home.

Hysteroscopic Myomectomy

This procedure is used to remove fibroids that have protruded considerably into the uterine cavity (submucosal fibroids). External incisions are not required for hysteroscopic myomectomy. During the procedure, you may be given either local or general anesthetic. You’ll lie down on your back with your feet in gynecological stirrups once the surgery begins. A tiny telescope is placed into the uterus through the cervix. The fluid will be introduced to separate the uterine walls, and the fibroids will be “shaved” off with a wire loop by the surgeon. This procedure is done as an outpatient procedure. You will be admitted to the hospital for observation for a few hours before being discharged the same day.

What is the Recovery after Myomectomy like?

The amount of time it takes to recuperate from a myomectomy operation is determined by the type of myomectomy performed. The following are the average healing times:

Abdominal Myomectomy– Most patients stay in the hospital for two to three days after having an abdominal myomectomy. There is an additional five-week rehabilitation period after being released.

Laparoscopic Myomectomy – This surgery usually only requires the patient to stay in the hospital for one night. It will take another three weeks to recover at home.

Hysteroscopic Myomectomy — This is an outpatient treatment. Most patients are able to return home the same day and only require a few days of rest to fully recover.

Following any type of myomectomy, you may have some discomfort. Until the incision is completely healed, heavy weight lifting should be avoided. To alleviate the discomfort, your doctor may prescribe medication. Following the operation, patients may endure spotting for days or even weeks.

Consult your doctor to establish when it is safe to resume sexual activity, as well as when it is safe to resume attempting to conceive.

What Results Can I Expect from Myomectomy?

Myomectomy may result in the following outcomes:

Reduced Symptoms– Most women enjoy alleviation from troublesome signs and symptoms after myomectomy surgery, such as heavy menstrual bleeding and pelvic pain and pressure.

Improved Fertility– Within a year following surgery, women who receive a laparoscopic myomectomy with or without robotic assistance had an excellent pregnancy outcome. To give your uterus time to heal after a myomectomy, you should wait three to six months before trying to conceive.

Questions to Ask

We at IndiCure completely understand your concerns and it is always our endeavor to provide the best outcome for every patient. Following is the list of questions you must ask before you embark on your journey for Myomectomy in India.

  • Is it time for Myomectomy?
  • Is the surgeon board certified?
  • How experienced is the Surgeon?
  • Which language does the surgeon speak?
  • Is the treatment done in a well-equipped facility?
  • Can you give me any information on outcomes and complication rates?
  • How much pain can I expect, and how will it be managed in the hospital and after I go home?
  • What treatment option is recommended for me?
  • What about the risks involved?
  • Does the surgeon use a certified anesthetist?
  • How long will the recovery period be?

Preparation for the Surgery

Prepare to answer questions about your:

  • Medical history and exams
  • Previous surgeries
  • Current medication review
  • History of smoking, drugs, or alcohol

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Frequently Asked Questions

The treatment to remove fibroids (non cancerous tumors) from the uterus is known as a myomectomy. Any surgery that necessitates an overnight or extended stay in the hospital, requires anesthesia, and involves the removal or alteration of a body part is classified as major surgery. As a result, myomectomy is a major surgery.

Medical literature says given the natural progression of myoma beyond menopause, myomectomy is a viable choice for women aged 40 and up who choose to keep their uterus.

The length of time spent in the hospital is determined by the type of surgery and the patient’s health. You can go home the same day if your surgery is done through the vaginal canal, with a laparoscope, or with robotic-assisted technology. If a big surgical cut or incision is made in the belly, you may need to stay in the hospital for 2 to 3 days under medical supervision.

It’s uncommon, but you can have an infection following a myomectomy. Antibiotics will be administered to you if this happens. After a myomectomy, it is typical to experience a fever, but this is usually due to tissue changes rather than infection.

A transfusion may be required if substantial bleeding occurs during a myomectomy, regardless of the type of operation. This is, once again, unusual. To avoid a transfusion, it is best to treat any anemia you may have before surgery.

Only the fibroids are removed during a myomectomy, leaving the uterus intact. This operation will allow you to have more children in the future. Periods will resume, hopefully lighter than they were prior to the removal of the fibroids. The procedure itself takes longer than a hysterectomy, and a myomectomy results in higher blood loss.

Women who have finished having children and do not wish to have periods in the future frequently opt for hysterectomy. Whether the cervix or the ovaries be removed as part of the hysterectomy procedure is one of the options. Hysterectomy can be done vaginally, abdominally, or laparoscopically (a less invasive method that uses small incisions).

After a myomectomy, new fibroids may form. Women who are younger and have a lot of fibroids are more likely to have more fibroids than women who are near menopause and have a few fibroids.

Laparoscopy and robotic techniques are minimally invasive procedures that have numerous advantages over laparotomy. Complications are less common in women who have a laparoscopic or robotic myomectomy. They also have less blood loss, shorter hospital stays, faster recovery, and a lower chance of adhesion formation after surgery.

Improvement in symptoms and fertility concerns are expected as a result of myomectomy. After the procedure, most women have relief from pelvic pain and heavy menstrual bleeding. A successful pregnancy has been reported in around half of the women who have had a myomectomy, especially following a laparoscopic treatment.

It is recommended that you wait three to six months before attempting to conceive. This period is needed for the uterus to recover after the procedure.

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