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  • HYSTERECTOMY TREATMENT COST IN INDIA

Estimate Cost of HYSTERECTOMY TREATMENT in India

Hysterectomy Treatment Price No. of Travellers Days in Hospital Days Outside Hospital Total Days in India
Starting 3000 USD 2 1 7 8

Treatment Cost

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Hotel

USD 80
( 5481.6 Indian Rupees )

20 USD * Days

  • COMFORT

    USD 20
  • 3-STAR

    USD 45
  • 4& 5-STAR

    USD 100

Near Hospital, 2 Beds, Air-Conditioned, Attached Bathroom, TV, FREE Wi-Fi and Breakfast.
Kitchen for Self-Cooking.

Food

USD 64
( 4385.38 Indian Rupees )

8 USD * 2 person * Days

  • REGULAR

    USD 8
  • VARIETY

    USD 15

Daily Commute

USD 24
( 1644.48 Indian Rupees )

3 USD * 2 person * Days

Miscellaneous

USD 164
( 11237.28 Indian Rupees )

5% of all the above expenses. Usually covers - Medicines, unknown expenses, near by sight seeing etc.

Approximate Total Cost For
Hysterectomy Treatment in India

USD

( Indian Rupees.)

INTRODUCTION

  • Most of the problems in the uterus can be treated if they are detected in the early stages. But if the issues become severe, it is not possible to get the cure using drugs and medicines.

  • If the patient suffers from severe pelvic pain, fibroid, heavy periods and other health disorders that affect the uterus, the doctors opt for Hysterectomy for the treatment. 

HYSTERECTOMY TREATMENT COST

Cost of Hysterectomy Treatment in India:

The cost of a hysterectomy treatment in India begins from USD 3,000. Some of the factors that determine the price of your treatment are:

  1. Selection of hospital for treatment
  2. Choice of gynaecologist
  3. Preference of room for a stay in the hospital
  4. Cost of test and diagnosis
  5. Expenses on medication
  6. Cost of treatment, as the type of surgery, varies depending on the condition of the patient, and
  7. Miscellaneous.

MORE ABOUT HYSTERECTOMY TREATMENT

What is Hysterectomy?

Hysterectomy refers to the surgical procedure of removal of the uterus. Hysterectomy can be done under expert consultation and guidance of the experienced gynaecologist if the body of the patient is healthy for the treatment.

Who is an Eligible Candidate for Undergoing the Process of Hysterectomy?

The gynecologists opt for a hysterectomy as the prior treatment procedure for patients suffering from the following health disorders:

  • Prolapse:

  • In this medical condition, the uterus moves from its original position and slips down.

  • Ovarian Cancer:

  • Ovarian cancer cannot be controlled, and it is not possible to stop the disease from spreading by the use of radiation therapy or chemotherapy. So, the doctors use hysterectomy to remove the uterus as well as the cervix. In some instances, the gynaecologist may even remove both ovaries as well as the fallopian tubes.

  • Fibroids:

  • It refers to the tumours that ingrow in the muscles of the uterus. Sometimes the fibroid can also cause pain and heavy bleeding.

  • Endometriosis:

  • It is yet another condition that can be treated only by hysterectomy. It is a health condition that results in some of the most miserable complications in the uterus, including abnormal bleeding, loss of fertility, chronic pain during periods and much more.


The Procedure for Hysterectomy Treatment:

Depending on the medical history of the patient, age, reason for surgery, the procedure for treatment may differ from one patient to another.

Before beginning with the procedure, the surgeons instructs various tests and diagnosis.

Some of the standard tests to decide on hysterectomy procedure treatment are:

  1. Ultrasound can be transvaginal or transabdominal
  2. Tests for pregnancy, thyroid and anaemia
  3. Blood tests and urine test
  4. Endometrial biopsy
  5. Laparoscopy
  6. Pap Smear test
  7. CT Scan
  8. Pelvic examination
  9. Analysis of Vaginal Secretions

Before the Surgery:

The gynaecologists may provide the patient with specific instructions before the surgery like:

  1. Follow a balanced diet before treatment
  2. Lose weight, if the patient is obese
  3. Stop smoking and consumption of alcohol
  4. Fast a day before your surgery.

During the Surgery:

The patient is under the effect of general anaesthesia. Depending on the condition of the patient, the procedure of the surgery can vary inevitably.

  1. Open Surgery Hysterectomy:

  2. In this type of surgery, the gynaecologist makes either a horizontal or vertical incision of 5 to 7 inches. The uterus is then removed, and the tissue is then sewn together.

    This massive invasive surgery always leaves a scar.

  3. Laparoscopic Hysterectomy:

  4. It is a minimally invasive surgery in which a small cut is made in the lower abdomen or through the belly button.

    The surgery is done by using a small camera called laparoscopy and the surgical instrument. The directions for the operation can be received by seeing the images on the screen.

  5. Vaginal Hysterectomy:

  6. In this process, the incision is made through the vagina. Then the gynaecologists proceed the treatment by removing the uterus. It is one of the most effective ways to treat as it leaves no scar and has the least complications.

  7. Robotic-Assisted Laparoscopic Hysterectomy:

  8. It is a minimally invasive surgery, wherein the machine does the laparoscopic process for the removal of the uterus. It is helpful in critical cases when the dissection is to be done near the cervix or gallbladder.


After the Surgery:

The patient might have to stay in the hospital for 2-5 days, depending on the type of surgery. There might be some pain or cramps in the patient, but it is possible to overcome the same with the help of medicines.

The doctor may attach the catheter for a day or two to provide a drainage system for urine, as the patient might not be able to move from his place. A gauze pack is added for 24 hours to reduce the risk of vaginal bleeding after the surgery.

The patient must not lift heavyweight for at least a month after the surgery & visit the gynaecologist periodically to avoid the chances of risks and complications.

Side-Effects After the Hysterectomy Treatment:

Some of the common complications after the Hysterectomy Treatment are:

  1. Urinary tract infection
  2. Constipation
  3. Early menopause
  4. Wound infections
  5. Loss of ovarian function
  6. Complications due to anaesthesia
  7. Damage to the ureter
  8. Thrombosis
  9. Excessive vaginal bleeding.


However, most of them women do not suffer any significant complications, but they have to be careful during their recovery period.

Frequently Asked Questions About HYSTERECTOMY TREATMENT

Top Hospitals for Hysterectomy Treatment in India:

  1. Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Gurugram.
  2. Medanta-The Medicity, Gurugram.
  3. Artemis Hospital, Gurugram.
  4. Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, Mumbai

Medical tourism is prevailing in India because healthcare travellers receive proper assistance from some of the best medical tourism companies like Denesa Health, which makes their treatment convenient and secure in a foreign country.

Also, availing the treatment in India saves a lot of time and money for the patient. The success rate of hysterectomy is above 98% in India.



About Denesa Health

Who we are?

Health and Tourism can work well if you get the right assistance for places, doctors, treatment schedule, accommodation and cost of treatment involved. Do not hassle and be carefree while you are planning for your medical tourism. Denesa is here to expect the best for medical travellers. Neither the mental stress nor physical exertion is good for the patient. So, why to worry about that when your all-time medical tourism partner Denesa Health is with you be it a well-planned surgery or travel in case of emergency. Contact Denesa Health to avail of different kinds of Medical Tourism requirements. You take care of your health and focus on getting better with every day.

Our Mission:

To serve our clients with the best options to go for their treatment. To make them available with top-notch medical specialists and hospitalisation in India. We make sure that patients visiting from different countries get the best quality of therapeutics within their budget.



Our Vision:

Fronting as a leading and most trusted medical tourism service provider.



The Objective of Denesa Health:

To facilitate the patients with the best quality doctoring for their illness. We help our customers with:


  • ● Getting the exaction about the cost of treatment.
  • ● To fix an appointment with the appropriate surgeon as per the convenience at both the ends.
  • ● Helping with foreign travel and visa formalities.
  • ● Arranging for remote consultation.
  • ● Travel arrangements and booking.
  • ● Finding the nearest accommodation and food for patients and family.
  • ● Getting the treatment done at the earliest possible.
  • ● Assistance with language translators.
  • ● To accomplish all the formalities before, during and after the therapy.
  • ● Currency exchange.
  • ● Regular follow up post surgery for the recovery.

Presently, Denesa Health helps outpatient from countries including Cambodia, Kenya, Liberia, Morocco, Mozambique, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zimbabwe to find the excellent solution to their aids in India.



Why Denesa Health?

Denesa Health has always been a choice for medical tourism because of the highly dedicated team that works with complete dedication to assisting the personalised requirements of the sufferer.


Denesa Health can assist the customer expectation as it has a favourable association with:

  • ● 80+ Hospitals
  • ● 1000+ Doctors
  • ● 500 Connecting Professionals
  • ● 2000+ Hospital Rooms
  • ● 50+ Ambulances
  • ● 400+ Contented Patients

, and is continuously expanding to serve in different health realms.


We are striving at our best to connect with significant hospitals and surgeons to provide unmatched treatment for our global patients in India.