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Uterus Healing Time After Myomectomy Statistics

The average healing time after a myomectomy procedure for the uterus is typically between 4 to 6 weeks.

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"Approximately 80% of women have fibroids by the time they reach age 50, but not all need surgery like a myomectomy."

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"90% of women who underwent myomectomy experienced significant or total relief of heavy bleeding, pain, and other symptoms."

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"The average hospital stay for a myomectomy is 1-2 days."

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"The full recovery period after a myomectomy is usually 10 weeks."

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"After undergoing a myomectomy procedure, it's recommended to wait at least three to six months before attempting to conceive."

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"About 15% of women will need a second myomectomy because new fibroids can grow in the uterus."

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"The recurrence rate of fibroids after myomectomy is 30% at 3 years and 70% at 5-10 years."

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"After myomectomy surgery, the chance of pregnancy may increase up to 40 to 60 percent."

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"Only 10-20% of women undergoing a myomectomy procedure will require a blood transfusion due to heavy blood loss."

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"Open myomectomy (Abdominal myomectomy) may take 1-2 hours to perform."

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"Laparoscopic myomectomies often take longer than open abdominal myomectomies, and up to 28% are converted during surgery to an open abdominal incision."

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"After and during surgery, the use of a Foley catheter is typical for about 24 hours."

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"A robotic myomectomy is a less invasive procedure and can result in less pain and scarring, as well as a shorter recovery time as compared to an open procedure."

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"Pain after myomectomy is controlled with medications, and generally most women go home with a prescription for pain management such as an opioid or a NSAID."

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"After the surgery generally for 3-4 days, patients experience increased pain and discomfort."

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"It usually takes two to three days to return to normal activities after laparoscopic myomectomy."

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"There is a 12-352% increase reported in the pregnancy rate after myomectomy."

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"After a myomectomy, mortality rate is extremely low - less than 0.1%."

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"Women who have undergone a myomectomy have a labor induction rate of 34.8%."

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"Postpartum hemorrhage is reported in 12.2% of women who have had a myomectomy."

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