At Droitwich Spa Hospital in Worcester, our consultant gynaecologists provide services to treat a range of gynaecological problems.
A hysterectomy can help with symptoms of heavy periods, fibroids, endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory disease and ovarian cysts. The ovaries can also be removed during this procedure if deemed necessary.
Gynaecological Laparoscopy & Hysteroscopy
Keyhole surgery can reduce recovery time and can also result in fewer scans than normal surgery. For a gynaecological laparoscopy and hysteroscopy the surgeon will use specialise cutting tools to remove the womb.
Vaginal Wall Repair
A bulge in the vagina is caused by an anterior prolapse where the bladder drops down within the vagina due to the tissues around the bladder becoming weak. This results in feeling as if you have not fully emptied out your bladder which can cause a lot of discomfort and anxiety around the constant need to pass urine. There are a lot of reasons as to why an anterior prolapse can occur but a vaginal wall repair surgery can ensure the strengthening of the tissue around the bladder and can remove the bulge within the vagina.
If you suffer from endometriosis or have a high risk of ovarian cancer then an oophorectomy surgery (removal of one or both ovaries) might be recommended. The surgery can be tailored to your needs and does have the option to remove your uterus at the same time if necessary.
A keyhole surgery can reverse the tubal sterilisation contraception by making an incision on the lower part of your abdomen. This type of surgery allows you to recover quickly and effectively.