Myomectomy in Livingston

In the future do you imagine having kids? If the answer is yes, Livingston, NJ is a great place to settle down and start a family. But besides focusing on where to live in the future, you need to be prepared for the possibility of uterine fibroids. Fibroids are noncancerous growths commonly found in the uterus during a woman’s childbearing years that can interfere with fertility.

But how do you get rid of these unwanted fibroids? A myomectomy is a surgical procedure used to remove uterine fibroids in women. Most doctors recommend having a myomectomy when fibroids begin to interfere with a woman’s fertility and daily activities.

Dr. Anthony Quartell, ofAnthony C. Quartell, M.D. & Associates performs myomectomies in Livingston, NJ for women who have interfering uterine fibroids and plan on having children in the future.

How is a Myomectomy performed?

When Dr. Quartell performs a myomectomy in Livingston, his primary goal is to remove the uterine fibroids and reconstruct the uterus so that women can successfully and safely give birth to children in the future. But how does it work? Depending on the size of the fibroids, the methods of the myomectomy in Livingston vary.

The hysteroscopic myomectomy is utilized for fibroids that significantly bulge into the uterine cavity. This procedure uses a tool called a resectoscope to enter through the vagina and cervix into the uterus. A sterile saline liquid is released to expand the uterus, allowing the surgeon to shave away the fibroid pieces with the resectoscope until it aligns with the surface of the uterine cavity.

A laparotomy or abdominalmyomectomy available in Livingston, NJ utilizes an incision that allows the surgeon to visually examine the uterus and feel for fibroids. This procedure is less common than the other methods, and is only used when large fibroids are present on the surface of the uterus. It requires a 48-hour hospital stay and a recovery time of 4-6 weeks.

Another procedure performed by Dr. Quartell in Livingston, is the laparoscopic myomectomy. To perform this this type of surgery, a laparoscope is inserted into the pelvis and tiny incisions are made in to the abdomen, instead of one large incision.

During this procedure, the uterine fibroids are cut up into small pieces and removed through the small incisions in the abdomen. Laparoscopic patients are usually released on the same day, and their recovery time is usually quicker than the other methods. Patients also tend to experience less side effects post-surgery compared to the other procedures available.

What are the Benefits of Having a Myomectomy in Livingston?

Dr. Quartell is a Livingston, NJ surgeon highly skilled in performing the various myomectomy procedures. His expert team will ensure the best procedure to remove your uterine fibroids and get you into a quick recovery. Schedule an appointment with Dr. Quartell in Livingston, NJ today by calling (973) 716-9600 to discuss which procedure is right for you.

  • Dr. Anthony C. Quartell has been recognized by New York Magazine and New Jersey Monthly numerous times in the category ‘Best Doctors’. In addition, he was rated and awarded ‘The Patients’ Choice Award’ by his patients!

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  • Dr. Anthony C. Quartell was rated and awarded ‘The Patients’ Choice Award’ by his patients!

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