By Lloyd B. Greig

ISBN-10: 0763746398

ISBN-13: 9780763746391

ISBN-10: 1449610501

ISBN-13: 9781449610500

Even if you're a newly clinically determined sufferer or a friend of somebody with uterine fibroids, this e-book deals details and luxury. a hundred Questions & solutions approximately Uterine Fibroids presents authoritative, functional solutions to the commonest questions requested by way of sufferers. Written through a professional obstetrician/gynecologist, this easy-to-read booklet is an entire advisor to knowing indicators, prognosis, therapy, post-treatment caliber of lifestyles, and masses extra. together with genuine observation from sufferers, a hundred Questions & solutions approximately Uterine Fibroids is a useful source for somebody dealing with the actual and emotional turmoil as a result of this .

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You may experience some mild to moderate abdominal pain immediately after the procedure. Some patients have much more severe abdominal pain and may be hospitalized for 24 to 48 hours for pain management. A small number of patients may require hospitalization for the first 24 hours after the procedure. This is done, if needed, to control pain. Generally the abdominal cramps respond very well to pain pills. Pam’s comment: The pain was excruciating following the procedure; however, I was given pain medication to relieve the symptoms.

The doctor cleans the appropriate area on the selected thigh and then places sterile drapes over the area. The patient has an intravenous fluid (IV) line inserted in one arm before the procedure is started. Appropriate sedation or anesthesia is administrated. Local anesthesia is usually injected in the sterile area on the thigh. A small diagnostic flexible catheter is then inserted through the incision, directly into the femoral artery. Under fluoroscopic guidance, the catheter is advanced into the uterine artery.

What should I expect in the first few days after the procedure? You may experience some mild to moderate abdominal pain immediately after the procedure. Some patients have much more severe abdominal pain and may be hospitalized for 24 to 48 hours for pain management. A small number of patients may require hospitalization for the first 24 hours after the procedure. This is done, if needed, to control pain. Generally the abdominal cramps respond very well to pain pills. Pam’s comment: The pain was excruciating following the procedure; however, I was given pain medication to relieve the symptoms.

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