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Best Treatment For Adenomyosis

Adenomyosis is a condition that occurs when the tissue that normally lines the uterus, grows into the muscular wall of the uterus. Adenomyosis can be managed with painkillers, hormonal medicines, or therapies. But in severe conditions, when the pain becomes unbearable, doctors are likely to suggest a Hysterectomy. Hysterectomy is a highly effective surgical procedure to cure adenomyosis. If your adenomyosis is at a severe stage, then hysterectomy is the only option for the treatment.

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Best Healthcare Centre For Adenomyosis Treatment

Best Healthcare Centre For Adenomyosis Treatment

Visit Pristyn Care to get the most advanced treatment for gynaecological-related issues. We work with some of the most experienced and expert gynaecologists with a good track record in performing surgery to treat adenomyosis. Some additional benefits of choosing Pristyn Care includes-

  • Dedicated care coordinator to assist you throughout the treatment.
  • We assure 100% privacy and confidentiality throughout the treatment. All the information regarding treatment remains between the patient and their respective healthcare provider.
  • We are associated with some of the finest and certified gyne clinics in almost all major cities of India. 
  • Free cab facility to and from the hospital on the day of surgery. 
  • We provide the most advanced and latest laparoscopic technology for adenomyosis treatment.
  • Follow-up consultations without any additional fees.
  • No Cost EMI and multiple payment options, including- cash, debit card, credit card, and cheque.

Diagnosis and Treatment of Adenomyosis

Diagnosis and Treatment of Adenomyosis

Diagnosis of Adenomyosis-

During diagnosis, doctors first evaluate your medical history and recommend a few diagnostic tests to determine if your uterus is enlarged or infected. On the basis of the severity of the condition, age, and your desire for future pregnancy, doctors plan out the suitable treatment procedure for adenomyosis. Some of the common diagnostic tests for adenomyosis are –

  • Pelvic exam- Before performing a pelvic exam, doctors first physically examine your vagina and vulva to check out any swelling and soreness. After that, they insert a speculum into the vagina to collect the cell sample. Later on, this cell sample helps doctors identify the conditions like cancer or any sexually transmitted diseases.
  • Transvaginal ultrasound- It is an imaging test that involves high-frequency sound waves to get an image of your internal body organs. These images provide valuable information about the thickening of the uterine in the adenomyosis suspect. 
  • MRI scan- In an MRI scan, magnetic and radio waves are produced to get high-resolution images of internal organs. It is performed to identify radiological features of the uterus, like the thickening of the area between the endometrium and myometrium. Doctors suggest removing all the medical and electrical devices inside your body, like- pacemakers and piercings, as these metals can interfere with magnetic resonance.

Treatment for adenomyosis

Doctors plan suitable treatment for adenomyosis by considering the severity of the condition, the age of the women, and their desire for future pregnancy. Usually, women with mild symptoms may not require any specific treatment, but in severe cases, surgery is a must.

Non-surgical treatment-

This treatment  involves medications like- painkillers, hormonal therapy, and anti-inflammatory drugs to manage the symptoms temporarily.

  • Painkillers– It is prescribed to relieve adenomyosis-associated pain.
  • Hormonal therapy- Hormonal contraceptives are the first-line therapy for managing symptoms of adenomyosis. It involves birth control pills or progesterone-releasing intrauterine devices.

Non-surgical treatment is a temporary measure as it only focuses on managing the pain and other symptoms, but surgery is required for severe conditions and for a complete cure of adenomyosis.

Surgical treatment- Doctors suggest surgery when the condition is severe, and women experience symptoms like abnormal vaginal bleeding, heavy or prolonged menstrual bleeding, and painful intercourse. Hysterectomy (uterus removal) is the only surgical treatment procedure for adenomyosis. During a hysterectomy, the gynaecologist removes the uterus and other female reproductive organs, including- ovaries, cervix, and fallopian tube. Hysterectomy can be performed in two ways-

Open-cut hysterectomy- It is a traditional method of removing the uterus that involves cuts and stitches. Doctors make 6-8 inch long incisions through which the doctor removes the uterus and other reproductive organs, if necessary. Once done, the doctor stitches the surgical site. This surgical procedure requires a 2-3 days hospital stay.

Laparoscopic hysterectomy- In this procedure, doctors make keyhole incisions and insert a laparoscope into the lower abdomen. The doctor inserts the surgical tools through the incisions and removes the uterus. This procedure requires one day of hospitalization.

What questions do you need to ask the gynaecologist before the adenomyosis treatment?

What questions do you need to ask the gynaecologist before the adenomyosis treatment?

Before considering any treatment plan for adenomyosis, you must consult your gynaecologist to understand the severity of the condition and the best treatment plan for you. Ask the following questions to your gynaecologist to have a better understanding of the treatment procedure-

  • What is the best treatment for adenomyosis?
  • How effective is medication for adenomyosis treatment?
  • Does insurance cover surgical treatment for adenomyosis?
  • What are the chances of recurrence of adenomyosis after the surgical treatment?
  • Can we cure adenomyosis without surgery?
  • How long does it take to recover after surgical treatment for adenomyosis?
  • Can adenomyosis turn cancerous?

How do I prepare my body before surgical treatment for adenomyosis?

How do I prepare my body before surgical treatment for adenomyosis?

Your gynaecologist is likely to suggest a few tips before undergoing surgery to minimize the risks associated with it-

  • Diet modification- It is extremely important to enrich your diet with adequate nutrition and proteins. You should avoid skipping meals. Increase your water intake by including vegetable broth, soups, or infused water. You must avoid oily and fleshy foods. 
  • Avoid smoking and alcohol- Smoking and alcohol consumption before the surgery can possibly increase the risk of anaesthesia-related complications. 
  • Physical and mental well-being- It is very important to stay physically and mentally fit before undergoing surgery. Practice some meditation and yoga to calm down your nerves. 
  • Discuss your medical history with your doctor- If you are taking any medication before surgery, discuss it with your doctor. Any underlying health condition can increase the chances of risks and complications associated with surgery.

However, apart from these tips, it is extremely important to eat light, relax and have a good sleep before the surgery.

Risks and complications associated with adenomyosis treatment

Risks and complications associated with adenomyosis treatment

As like any other treatment procedure, adenomyosis is also associated with certain risks and complications-

  • During the surgical treatment, there are higher chances of blood loss and the risk of blood transfusion.
  • Damage to the surrounding areas, like the bladder, blood vessels, and nerves.
  • Risk of blood clots in the legs or the lungs.
  • Hormonal therapy may increase the risk of- fatigue, weight gain, hot flashes, and memory loss.
  • Side effects related to anaesthesia.

Apart from these, women also experience some emotional side effects after the treatment, like-  depression, anxiety, and mood swings.

FAQs around Adenomyosis

What are the common symptoms of adenomyosis?

Common symptoms of adenomyosis include-

  • Heavy or prolonged menstrual bleeding
  • Painful intercourse
  • Severe cramping during menstruation,
  • Chronic pelvic pain
What are the side effects of medication treatment for adenomyosis?

Doctors usually suggest painkillers, hormone therapy, and anti-inflammatory drugs in medication treatment. Some common side effects of these medications are-

  • Bone loss and higher risk of fracture
  • Weight gain, especially around the belly
  • Memory problems 
  • Fatigue
  • Weakened immune system
  • Drowsiness and dizziness 
  • Nausea
What if adenomyosis is left untreated?

Adenomyosis is a progressive disease, and it usually gets worse with time. Adenomyosis needs to be managed on time, and if it is left untreated, it may lead to some serious complications like infertility or other health issues like pelvic organ prolapse.

Can adenomyosis spread to other organs?

Yes, in adverse conditions, the endometrial tissue that makes the uterine wall get thicker and spread to other organs. An enlarged uterus puts additional pressure on the surrounding organ, bladder, or intestines.

What are the precautions that I need to take after surgery?

Your body shall go through certain changes after hysterectomy thus, it becomes important to take some precautions to avoid any complications post-surgery:

  • Avoid lifting heavy weights for at least six weeks after the surgery.
  • Don’t indulge in sexual activities at least for 6 weeks.
  • Take enough rest.
  • Avoid oily and processed food for 2-3 weeks after the surgery.
  • Avoid driving for 5-6 days after surgery.
Is bariatric surgery permanent?

The results of bariatric surgery is long lasting, but not permanent. In order to get permanent results from the surgery, one needs to maintain a healthy lifestyle habit. But medical practitioners demonstrate that bariatric surgery is by far the most effective weight reduction treatment.

Is hysterectomy a safe procedure?

Yes, it’s mostly a safe procedure, but like any other surgical treatment, it involves certain risks and complications, including- infection, bleeding, fatigue, blood clots, blood transfusion, and damage to your urinary tract and bladder.

What should you not do before surgery treatment?

Doctors usually instruct to avoid heavy or oily food before the surgery and stay hydrated.  Consult your gynaecologist in the case of panic, stress and any sort of fear,  he/she will help you out in dealing with that.

What is the Adenomyosis Treatment Cost in India?

The minimum cost of Adenomyosis Treatment can be as low as 60000 INR and can go at a maximum of 10000 INR.


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