About Robotic Myomectomy
During a myomectomy, the surgeon removes uterine fibroids from the uterus through small incisions. Myomectomies can be performed as an open procedure or as a robotic procedure. The surgeon can remove these fibroids with precision, regardless of their size or location.
With robotic surgery, you should experience reduced blood loss, fewer complications, a shorter hospital stay, a faster recovery and less scarring. This method should also allow the opportunity for future pregnancy. The robotic myomectomy is even less invasive than traditional open procedures.
The robotic myomectomy typically only takes a few small incisions versus a large incision for an open procedure. This is one element that results in a quicker recovery, less blood loss and less pain.