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Radical hysterectomy is used to treat early stage cervical cancer. It is the standard operation for early cervical cancer.
Because of the smaller trauma to the skin and the tissues in the pelvis, recovery is generally quicker after keyhole surgery than after a tummy cut (laparotomy). Average hospital stay after laparoscopic radical hysterectomy is 2 days only and the majority of patients resume their normal activity very quickly. That can be an important factor for those looking after their children, needing to go back to work and those who would like to enjoy their full, active life as soon as possible.
The benefits of keyhole surgery are:
You have two options to pay for your treatment – your costs may be covered by your private medical insurance, or you can pay for yourself. If you are paying for your own treatment the cost of the procedure will be explained and confirmed in writing when you book the operation.
Ask the hospital for a quote beforehand, and ensure that this includes the consultants’ fees and the hospital charge for your procedure.
To find out more about having a laparoscopic radical hysterectomy for cervical cancer at a BMI Healthcare hospital please get in touch with our Cancer Enquiries team, either by calling 0800 157 7747.
For further information or to book a consultation or treatment, please get in touch with our cancer enquiries team: Call us on 0800 157 7747
Content reviewed: October 2014
Consultant in Gynaecology
MBBS, MD, FRCOG,MFSTEd, Batchelor of Medicine and Surgery (University of London), 1992, Doctor of Medicine (University of Sheffield), 2000, Member of Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, 2000, Dual Specialist Accreditation Obstetrics/Gynaecology and Gynaecological Oncology, 2003
BMI Thornbury Hospital