Adenomyosis Treatment in Hyderabad

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What is Adenomyosis?

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Adenomyosis is a health condition that occurs when tissue similar to the lining of your uterus (endometrium) starts to grow into the muscle wall of your uterus (myometrium). This displaced tissue continues to act normally — thickening, breaking down and bleeding — during each menstrual cycle. An enlarged uterus and painful, heavy periods can result.

Causes of Adenomyosis

Hormonal Factors: Fluctuations in hormonal levels, particularly estrogen, seem to play a role. Estrogen dominance or prolonged exposure to estrogen without the counterbalancing effects of progesterone can stimulate the growth of the endometrial tissue.

Childbirth: Women who have had multiple pregnancies or uterine surgeries, such as cesarean sections or myomectomies, may have a higher risk of developing adenomyosis.

Inflammation: Chronic inflammation of the uterine lining or the presence of inflammatory cytokines may contribute to the development of adenomyosis.

Genetic Factors: There may be a genetic predisposition to adenomyosis, as it tends to run in families. However, specific genetic markers or mutations associated with the condition are still being studied.

Hormonal Imbalance: Conditions that disrupt the normal balance of hormones in the body, such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) or thyroid disorders, may increase the risk of adenomyosis.

Uterine Trauma: Previous uterine surgeries, such as curettage (scraping of the uterine lining), dilation and curettage (D&C), or other invasive procedures, can increase the risk of adenomyosis by disrupting the normal architecture of the uterus.

Age: Adenomyosis is more common in women aged 30 to 50, suggesting that hormonal changes associated with aging may contribute to its development.

Endometrial Stem Cell Theory: Some researchers propose that adenomyosis may develop from stem cells in the uterine lining that have the ability to invade the myometrium, leading to the characteristic features of the condition.

Symptoms of Adenomyosis

  • Heavy or prolonged menstrual bleeding
  • Severe menstrual cramps
  • Pressure or fullness in the lower abdomen
  • Painful periods that worsen over time
  • Blood clots during menstruation
  • Enlarged uterus
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Types of Adenomyosis

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Adenomyosis primarily manifests in two forms:

Focal adenomyosis is a localized form of adenomyosis, a condition where the tissue lining the uterus (endometrium) grows into the muscular wall of the uterus (myometrium). In focal adenomyosis, this abnormal growth is confined to specific areas rather than being spread throughout the entire uterine wall. 

Symptoms of focal adenomyosis can include:

- Menstrual cramps
- Heavy menstrual bleeding
- Pelvic pain, especially during menstruation
- Pain during sexual intercourse

Diagnosis of focal adenomyosis typically involves a combination of medical history review, pelvic examination, imaging studies such as ultrasound or MRI, and possibly a biopsy to confirm the presence of endometrial tissue within the myometrium. Treatment options may vary depending on the severity of symptoms and the patient's reproductive goals. Conservative management often includes pain relief medication, hormonal therapies like birth control pills, or intrauterine devices (IUDs). In cases where symptoms are severe or impacting fertility, surgical interventions such as laparoscopic excision of the adenomyotic lesions or even hysterectomy may be considered.

Diffuse adenomyosis is a condition where the tissue that lines the uterus (endometrial tissue) grows into the muscular wall of the uterus (myometrium), causing the uterus to become enlarged and tender. This condition can lead to heavy menstrual bleeding, severe menstrual cramps, and pelvic pain, often worsening with age. Other symptoms may include painful intercourse and abnormal uterine bleeding.

Symptoms of diffuse adenomyosis include:

- Heavy menstrual bleeding
- Severe menstrual cramps
- Pelvic pain
- Painful intercourse
- Abnormal uterine bleeding

Diagnosing diffuse adenomyosis typically involves a combination of medical history evaluation, pelvic examinations, imaging studies such as ultrasound or MRI, and sometimes, diagnostic procedures like a hysteroscopy or biopsy. Treatment options range from medication to surgery depending on the severity of symptoms and individual patient preferences. Medications such as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) or hormonal therapy may be prescribed to manage symptoms. In cases where symptoms are severe and affecting quality of life, surgical options such as a hysterectomy (removal of the uterus) may be considered.

Treatment of Adenomyosis

Here are the main treatment options:

Treatment options for adenomyosis vary based on the severity of symptoms, the patient's age, and reproductive goals. For women with mild symptoms, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and hormonal therapies, such as oral contraceptives, progestins, or GnRH analogs, are commonly prescribed. These treatments aim to reduce menstrual pain and bleeding by regulating or suppressing the menstrual cycle. Additionally, the levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine device (IUD) has shown efficacy in reducing menstrual bleeding and alleviating pain associated with adenomyosis.

For women with severe symptoms or those who do not respond to medical management, surgical options may be considered. Uterine-sparing procedures like uterine artery embolization (UAE) or focused ultrasound surgery (FUS) can reduce symptoms by decreasing blood flow to adenomyotic tissue, leading to its shrinkage. However, for women who have completed childbearing or for whom conservative treatments have failed, hysterectomy (surgical removal of the uterus) is often the definitive solution. While a hysterectomy provides a cure by completely removing the source of adenomyosis, it is a significant surgical procedure with potential risks and a recovery period that must be carefully considered.

Adenomyosis Surgery Cost in Hyderabad

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The cost of adenomyosis surgery in Hyderabad can vary depending on several factors such as the hospital or clinic you choose, the surgeon's fees, the type of surgery required (e.g., hysterectomy, laparoscopic surgery), any additional procedures needed, pre-operative tests, post-operative care, and hospitalization expenses.

Laparoscopic Hysterectomy

Rs 75,000 - Rs 1,50,000

Open Hysterectomy

Rs 55,000 - Rs 1,50,000

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Continental Hospitals in Hyderabad has specialized expertise in treating Adenomyosis, offering tailored care for optimal recovery and wellness. Trust our dedicated specialists for comprehensive and effective treatment solutions.

Dr Kavitha Naragoni

Senior Consultant Gynecology, Obstetrics, & Laparoscopic Surgeon

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Senior Consultant Gynecology, Obstetrics, & Laparoscopic Surgeon

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is adenomyosis?
Adenomyosis is a medical condition where the inner lining of the uterus (endometrium) breaks through the muscle wall of the uterus (myometrium). It can cause painful, heavy periods and lead to other symptoms like pelvic pain and discomfort.
What causes adenomyosis?
The exact cause of adenomyosis isn't fully understood, but it's believed to be related to hormonal factors, similar to endometriosis. It's more commonly seen in women who have had children and in those nearing menopause.
What are the symptoms of adenomyosis?
Symptoms can vary, but common ones include heavy or prolonged menstrual bleeding, severe menstrual cramps, pelvic pain or pressure, and bloating.
How is adenomyosis diagnosed?
Diagnosis usually involves a combination of medical history, physical examination, and imaging tests such as ultrasound or MRI. Sometimes, a biopsy may be needed to confirm the diagnosis.
Can adenomyosis be treated?
Yes, treatment options depend on the severity of symptoms and whether a woman plans to have children. Treatment may include pain medication, hormone therapy, such as birth control pills or hormone-releasing intrauterine devices (IUDs), or in severe cases, surgery like a hysterectomy.