A hysterectomy doesn’t need to be scary. In fact, it’s a surgical procedure that Dr. Ahmadinia is well acquainted with. He’s spent a good amount of his professional career providing hysterectomies for his patients. The reasoning for the procedure differs from woman to woman which is why it’s important to discuss your options with the OBGYN prior to scheduling the surgery.

It allows you to become familiar with the procedure, so you know what to expect. Dr. Ahmadinia lets you know how long it takes for you to get back on your feet and on our regular schedule again. This helps you prepare personally, professionally, and academically as it applies to your life and daily itinerary.

 Understanding the Hysterectomy Procedure

A hysterectomy takes place when the doctor operates and removes the uterus. The need for this type of procedure occurs for different reasons. Some of the causes for a hysterectomy include uterine fibroids, uterine prolapse, cancer of the uterus, ovaries or cervix, and endometriosis.

Adelanto women with abnormal vaginal bleeding, chronic pelvic pain, and adenomyosis which is the thickening of the uterus may also be candidates for hysterectomy procedures. If you’re showing these symptoms for any reason, contact Dr. Ahmadinia right away. He’ll be able to discover the source of your problem, and he may suggest a hysterectomy as a way to treat it.

Choosing the Type of Hysterectomy You Need

There are a number of types of hysterectomy procedures. Your medical history will dictate which is right for you. For example, there is a supracervical or subtotal hysterectomy where only part of the uterus is removed, but the cervix isn’t. There is also a total hysterectomy which removes the whole uterus and the cervix.

Last but not least, there is the radical hysterectomy where the surgeon removes the uterus, tissue on the sides of the uterus, the top part of the vagina, and the cervix. This procedure is done in the most extreme cases. It happens when there is a presence of cancer in a woman’s body.

Contact OBGYN High Desert for more information. Dr. Ahmadinia answers your questions and eases your concern by providing you with the knowledge needed to take good care of yourself before, during, and after a hysterectomy. To schedule your next appointment, call OBGYN High Desert.

You’ll want to make sure to alert Dr. Ahmadinia to any changes in your medical condition right away. Don’t take a chance on your health. Drive from Adelanto to OBGYN High Desert for your scheduled appointment today.