I am advised vaginal hysterectomy by my doctor for uterian prolapse.
With whatever knowledge I have gained through internet on the subject,
I feel laparoscopic hysterectomy by inserting laparoscope through
Vagina would be best option. Am I correct?
Thanks for validationg my option. However, as I understand from internet, normal process of inserting laparoscope is through abdomen. It seems inserting laparoscope throgh vagina is not commonly practised. I would request madical fraternity to clarify as to why this option of inserting laparoscope throgh vagina, is not included in medical literature.
I had a vaginal hysterectomy 8 years ago was great for me and I had a quick recovery. Surgeries change throughout the years. Laparoscopic surgery is great as well as the healing time is much quicker. Myself, I would go laparoscopic as it is a much faster recovery as I stated before. But I would definite talk to you gyn first. Good luck.
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