A Case Report on A Myomectomy which was Done During A Caesarean Section 729-730
Assistant Professor, Department of OBG,
No. 37/1, Ushakiran, I Main, I Cross, Rajajinagar,
Sattur, Dharwar, Karnataka - 580025, India.
Phone: +91 9035942479
Uterine myomas are being observed in pregnancy more frequently now than in the past, because many women are delaying child bearing till their late thirties, which is the time for the greatest risk of the myoma growth. Traditionally, obstetricians are trained to avoid myomectomies during caesarean sections as severe haemorrhages can occur, which may often necessitate hysterectomies. Pedunculated fibroids which can be easily removed are an exception. Here, we are reporting one case of a myomectomy which was done during a caesarean section.