Endometriosis Treatment in Hyderabad

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The cost of endometriosis surgery can vary depending on several factors such as the specific procedure needed, the hospital or clinic where the surgery is performed, the surgeon's expertise, and any additional medical expenses such as pre-surgery consultations, tests, and post-operative care.

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What is Endometriosis ?

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Endometriosis is a medical condition in which the tissue that normally lines the inside of your uterus (the endometrium) grows outside the uterus. This tissue can be found on the ovaries, fallopian tubes, outer surface of the uterus, and other organs within the pelvis.

Causes of Endometriosis 

Retrograde menstruation: This theory suggests that menstrual blood containing endometrial cells flows backward through the fallopian tubes into the pelvic cavity instead of out of the body. These endometrial cells then adhere to the pelvic walls and organs, where they grow and cause endometriosis.

Embryonic cell transformation: Hormones such as estrogen might transform embryonic cells into endometrial-like cell implants during puberty.

Surgical scar implantation: After surgeries such as hysterectomy or C-section, endometrial cells might attach to surgical incision sites.

Endometrial cell transport: The lymphatic system or blood vessels may transport endometrial cells to other parts of the body.

Immune system disorders: Problems with the immune system might make the body unable to recognize and destroy endometrial-like tissue growing outside the uterus.

Genetics: Endometriosis tends to run in families, suggesting a genetic component. If a close female relative has endometriosis, you may be at higher risk.

Environmental factors: Exposure to certain environmental toxins may increase the risk of developing endometriosis.

Endometriosis Symptoms

  • Pelvic pain that often correlates with menstrual periods
  • Severe menstrual cramps
  • Chronic lower back and abdominal pain
  • Painful bowel movements or urination
  • Excessive bleeding during menstruation or between periods
  • Infertility or difficulty getting pregnant
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Types of Endometriosis

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There are different types of endometriosis based on where the tissue growth occurs:

Peritoneal endometriosis occurs when endometrial tissue, which normally lines the inside of the uterus, grows outside of it and attaches to the peritoneum, the membrane lining the abdominal cavity. This condition can lead to inflammation, scarring, and the formation of adhesions, causing pain and potentially impacting fertility. 

Symptoms may include:

- Chronic pelvic pain
- Painful menstrual periods
- Pain during intercourse
- Infertility

Diagnosis of peritoneal endometriosis often involves a combination of medical history review, pelvic examination, imaging studies such as ultrasound or MRI, and sometimes laparoscopy for direct visualization of the abdominal cavity. Treatment options may vary depending on the severity of symptoms and desire for fertility preservation. Conservative approaches may include pain management with medications and hormonal therapy to suppress menstruation and reduce endometrial growth. Surgical intervention, such as laparoscopic excision of endometrial implants, may be necessary for symptom relief and to improve fertility in some cases.

Ovarian endometriosis involves the growth of endometrial tissue on the ovaries, forming cysts known as endometriomas. This condition can lead to inflammation, pain, and potential complications such as ovarian cyst rupture or infertility.

Symptoms may include:

- Pelvic pain, especially before and during menstruation
- Painful intercourse
- Irregular menstrual bleeding
- Infertility

Diagnosis of ovarian endometriosis often involves a combination of medical history review, pelvic examination, imaging studies such as ultrasound or MRI, and sometimes laparoscopy for direct visualization of the pelvic organs. Treatment options may vary depending on the severity of symptoms and the patient's reproductive goals. Conservative approaches may include pain management with medications and hormonal therapy to suppress menstruation and reduce endometrial growth. Surgical intervention, such as laparoscopic cystectomy to remove endometriomas, may be necessary for symptom relief and to improve fertility in some cases.

Deep infiltrating endometriosis (DIE) refers to the presence of endometrial tissue that has penetrated deeply into the surrounding pelvic structures beyond the peritoneum, such as the uterosacral ligaments, rectovaginal septum, or bladder. This condition can lead to severe pain, adhesions, and organ dysfunction, often significantly impacting a person's quality of life and fertility. 

Symptoms may include:

- Chronic pelvic pain, often worsening during menstruation
- Painful bowel movements
- Pain during urination
- Pain during intercourse
- Infertility

Diagnosis of deep infiltrating endometriosis typically involves a thorough medical history review, pelvic examination, imaging studies such as transvaginal ultrasound or MRI, and sometimes laparoscopy for direct visualization and tissue biopsy. Treatment options may vary depending on the severity of symptoms and the patient's reproductive goals. Conservative approaches may include pain management with medications and hormonal therapy to suppress menstruation and reduce endometrial growth. Surgical intervention, such as laparoscopic excision or ablation of endometrial implants, may be necessary for symptom relief and to improve fertility, sometimes in combination with bowel or bladder surgery for cases involving organ involvement

Rectovaginal endometriosis is a subtype of endometriosis where endometrial tissue grows on the rectum and the posterior wall of the vagina. This condition can lead to severe pain, particularly during bowel movements and intercourse, and may also cause bowel dysfunction.

Symptoms may include:

- Severe pelvic pain, often worsening during menstruation
- Painful bowel movements, sometimes accompanied by rectal bleeding or constipation
- Pain during intercourse, especially with deep penetration

Diagnosis of rectovaginal endometriosis typically involves a combination of medical history review, pelvic examination, imaging studies such as transvaginal ultrasound or MRI, and sometimes laparoscopy for direct visualization and tissue biopsy. Treatment options may vary depending on the severity of symptoms and the patient's reproductive goals. Conservative approaches may include pain management with medications and hormonal therapy to suppress menstruation and reduce endometrial growth. Surgical intervention, such as laparoscopic excision of endometrial implants and possible resection of affected bowel tissue, may be necessary for symptom relief and to improve quality of life, especially in cases with significant organ involvement.

 

Adenomyotic endometriosis is a condition characterized by the presence of endometrial tissue within the muscular wall of the uterus, known as the myometrium. This leads to enlargement of the uterus and can result in symptoms such as heavy menstrual bleeding, pelvic pain, and sometimes infertility.

Symptoms may include:

- Heavy menstrual bleeding
- Severe menstrual cramps
- Pelvic pain, particularly during menstruation
- Painful intercourse
- Infertility

Diagnosis of adenomyosis often involves a combination of medical history review, pelvic examination, imaging studies such as ultrasound or MRI, and sometimes confirmation through histopathological examination of uterine tissue obtained during surgery. Treatment options may vary depending on the severity of symptoms and the patient's reproductive goals. Conservative approaches may include pain management with medications and hormonal therapy to control bleeding and reduce symptoms. In cases where conservative measures fail to provide relief, surgical options such as hysterectomy or less invasive procedures like endometrial ablation or uterine artery embolization may be considered, especially for women who have completed childbearing.

 

 

What are the types of Endometriosis Treatment?

Endometriosis treatment typically depends on the severity of symptoms, the desire for fertility, and the extent of the condition. Here are some common types of treatments:

Hormonal Therapies: These aim to reduce or eliminate menstruation and the hormonal fluctuations that stimulate endometrial growth. They include:

Birth control pills: Oral contraceptives containing estrogen and progestin can help regulate menstrual cycles and reduce pain.
Progestin therapy: Progestin-only contraceptives, injections, or implants can also help control endometriosis symptoms.

Surgery: Surgical intervention may be necessary for severe cases or when other treatments are ineffective. Types of surgery for endometriosis include:

Laparoscopic surgery: A minimally invasive procedure where endometrial implants are removed or destroyed using special instruments inserted through small incisions.
Laparotomy: A more extensive surgery involving a larger abdominal incision, typically reserved for severe cases.
Hysterectomy: Removal of the uterus, and sometimes the ovaries and fallopian tubes, may be considered for women with severe symptoms who don't want to preserve fertility.

Fertility Treatment: For women struggling with infertility due to endometriosis, fertility treatments such as in vitro fertilization (IVF) may be recommended.

Endometriosis Surgery Cost in Hyderabad

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The cost of endometriosis surgery in Hyderabad, like anywhere else, can vary depending on several factors such as the hospital or clinic, the surgeon's expertise, the specific type of surgery needed, whether it's done laparoscopically or through open surgery, and any additional medical expenses like anesthesia and post-operative care.

Laparoscopic Surgery

Rs 50,000 to Rs 1,00,000

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Best Endometriosis Treatment Specialists in Hyderabad

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Continental Hospitals in Hyderabad has top-notch specialists renowned for their expertise in Endometriosis treatment, offering comprehensive care and innovative solutions tailored to individual needs. With cutting-edge techniques and compassionate approach, they ensure optimal outcomes for patients battling with Endometriosis.

Dr Suneetha Kumari Putchala

Senior Consultant Gynecology, Obstetrics, & Laparoscopic Surgeon

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is endometriosis?
Endometriosis is a condition where tissue similar to the lining inside the uterus (endometrium) grows outside of it, typically on the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and the tissue lining the pelvis.
What are the symptoms of endometriosis?
Common symptoms include pelvic pain, painful periods, pain during intercourse, infertility, fatigue, and digestive issues such as diarrhea, constipation, or bloating, especially during menstruation.
What causes endometriosis?
The exact cause of endometriosis is not clear, but potential factors include retrograde menstruation (where menstrual blood flows backward into the pelvic cavity), genetics, hormonal factors, immune system disorders, and environmental factors.
How is endometriosis diagnosed?
Endometriosis is typically diagnosed through a combination of medical history review, pelvic exams, imaging tests (such as ultrasound or MRI), and laparoscopy (a surgical procedure where a camera is inserted into the abdomen to view the pelvic organs).
Can endometriosis cause infertility?
Endometriosis can be associated with infertility, but not all women with endometriosis will experience fertility issues. The severity of the condition and its impact on fertility can vary from person to person.