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TLH Surgery in Tardeo, Mumbai


Hysterectomy is one of the most frequent procedures in gynecology, and in maximum cases, the laparoscopic approach may help avoid the requirement for laparotomy. 
The advantages of laparoscopic hysterectomy (LH) over stomach hysterectomy (AH) are faster recovery times, less duration of hospitalization, and fewer chances of infection. 

What Is TLH Surgery?

Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy (TLH) surgery removes the cervix and the uterus, making half to one inch four tiny abdominal incisions through which the uterus and cervix are removed. The removal of tubes and the ovaries can vary from patient to patient and their issues. 

Hysterectomy does not necessarily require removing the ovaries, but still, if it is medically needed, ovaries and tubes can also be removed during the surgery.

Why Is TLH Surgery Performed?

  •     Endometriosis
  •     Abnormal vaginal bleeding     
  •     Infection in ovaries or tubes
  •    Overgrowth of the tissues in the lining of the uterus 
  •     Pelvic pain·       
  •     Fibroids

Before the Procedure

The doctors will conduct a complete physical exam, including imaging and blood tests. Always inform your doctors or health care providers what kind of medicine, drugs, and supplements you are on beforehand.

During the days leading up to the surgery:

  • They may ask you to stop the intake of ibuprofen, aspirin, warfarin, and any other drugs that can make blood clotting complicated.
  • Refer to the doctor for drugs or medicine you should take on the day of your surgery.

On the day of your surgery:

  • You will not be allowed to drink or have food for the next 6-12 hours at least.
  • You should take only the drugs prescribed by the doctors with small sips of water. The nursing agents will provide information on when to arrive at the hospital.

Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy (TLH)

Once you arrive at the operation theatre, you will be given general anesthesia before the doctors start operating. If general anesthesia is provided to you before the surgery begins, a small tube is placed at the base of your neck so that you can breathe without any problem.

Another tube will be placed in your stomach to remove other contents, which will help to reduce the chances of injury during the surgery. The tube is removed after you wake up.

A catheter is inserted into the bladder to drain the wastewater or urine from the body and is monitored during and even after the surgery.

Request an appointment at Apollo Spectra Hospitals, Tardeo, Mumbai. 

Call 1860 500 2244 to book an appointment.


After the surgery, you will be taken to the recovery room, kept under observation, and monitored for a few hours before being shifted to the observation unit. 
Depending on the surgery and the cut length, you will be kept without food and drink for at least 16-24 hours, or you will be recommended a liquid diet. The doctor will keep monitoring you, and when you feel a little better, the doctor will advise you to go back to your regular diet. 

Risks Associated With TLH Surgery

There may be problems even after everything is done as planned. You should make sure you know these problems before you go for the surgery, the possibilities of these problems, etc. 

Possible risks during surgery include:

  • Scar tissues
  • bleeding
  • Bowel obstruction
  • Hernia
  • Blood clot in the legs or lungs
  • Incision opens Infection
  • Damage to the bladder, ureters, and bowel


TLH is safe and permits better access to the whole abdominal area depending on other medical procedures. A total laparoscopic approach in the surgery brings the advantages of minimal invasive methodology and, thus, accessible to more women.

How many days do I have to stay after the surgery in the hospital under observation?

In TLH surgery, you can be discharged from the hospital within a day or two. It depends on the cut and the surgery length, which may vary from person to person.

What are the chances of infection in TLH surgery?

There is almost no chance of any infection or danger in this surgery.

When should I start taking the routine medication that I used to take before the surgery?

You will be asked to stop taking any of your routine medicines a day before the surgery. After the surgery, you can start with your regular life within a few days, depending on the complexity of the surgery.


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