Fibroid Cure Without Surgery

850+ patients treated at Jaslok, US FDA approved
Non surgical treatment for fibroids, adenomyosis.
No pain, No scar in a session of 3 hours.
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FAQ

Q. I think I might have fibroids - how can I tell?


A. Only your physician can diagnose fibroids. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms of fibroids, you may wish to speak with him or her:

  • Very heavy and prolonged monthly periods, sometimes with clots.
  • Pain in the back or in the legs.
  • Pelvic pain or pressure.
  • Pain during sexual intercourse.
  • Pressure on the bladder which leads to a constant need to urinate, incontinence, or the inability to empty the bladder.
  • Pressure on the bowel which can lead to constipation and/or bloating.
  • An enlarged abdomen which may be mistaken for weight gain or pregnancy.
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    Q. Why should I choose MRgFUS over other fibroid treatments?

    A. Magnetic Resonance-guided focused Ultrasound Surgery (MRgFUS) is an alternative to medical and surgical interventions in the management of symptomatic uterine fibroids. It is an effective non-invasive treatment with minimal associated risks. MRgFUS can be offered to a majority of patients suffering from symptomatic uterine fibroids. It has been suggested that the use of broader inclusion criteria as well as the mitigation techniques makes it possible to offer MRgFUS to a much larger subset of patients than previously believed.

    In contrast to other invasive treatments for uterine fibroids, the relatively non-invasive MRgFUS that requires no general anaesthesia. The ExAblate is the first device to combine magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with high-intensity focused ultrasound to destroy tumours non-invasively. In contrast to other options, the non-invasiveness of the MRgFUS technique is associated with minimal risks and complications, overnight hospitalization is done for observation. The patient is discharged next day in the morning and allows most patients to return to work and their normal activities in one to two days.

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    Q. Will this treatment be covered under insurance?
    A. Yes, Jaslok Hospital provides cashless insurance for mrgfus treatment. Insurance companies supporting:
    1) ALANKIT HEALTH CARE TPA LTD
    2) ANMOL MEDICARE LTD
    3) BAJAJ ALLIANZ
    4) BUPA INTERNATIONAL
    5) CHOLAMANDALAM
    6) DEDICATED HEALTH CARE SERVICES TPA (INDIA) PVT LTD
    7) E-MEDITEK SOLUTIONS TPA SERVICES LTD
    8) FAMILY HEALTH PLAN LIMITED
    9) FUTURE GENREALI INDIA INSUARNCE COMPANY LTD.
    10) HEALTH INDIA TPA SERVICES PVT LTD
    11) HERITAGE HEALTH TPA PVT LTD
    12) ICICI LOMBARD GENRAL INSURANCE
    13) IFFCO-TOKIO GENERAL INSURANCE CO. LTD
    14) ICICI PRUDENTIAL LIFE INSURANCE
    15) MAX BUPA HEALTH INSURANCE
    16) MD INDIA HEALTH CARE SERVICES TPA PVT LTD
    17) MEDI ASSIST INDIA PVT LTD
    18) MEDICARE TPA SERVICES PVT
    19) MEDSAVE HEALTH CARE LTD.
    20) PARAMOUNT HEALTH SERVICES PVT LTD
    21) PARK MEDICLAIM TPA PVT LTD
    22) RAKSHA TPA
    23) SAFEWAY TPA SERVICES PVT LTD
    24) STAR HEALTH & ALLIED INSURANCE CO. LTD
    25) TTK HEALTH CARE TPA PVT LTD
    26) UNITED HEALTH CARE (PAREKH)
    27) VIPUL MED CORP TPA PVT LTD
    28) HDFC ERGO GENERAL INSURANCE
    29) APOLLO MUNICH HEALTH INSURANCE
    30) RELIGARE INSURANCE.
    31) RELIANCE R-CARE

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    Q. How will my physician tell if I have fibroids?



    A. During your gynecological examination, your doctor will check the size of your uterus. If it feels enlarged, your doctor may order an abdominal or transvaginal ultrasound or a magnetic resonance (MR) imaging session, which can confirm the presence, location and size of fibroids. After identifying the size and location of your fibroids, and possibly after other diagnostic tests, your doctor may be able to rule out other conditions, advise you of your options and recommend a course of treatment for fibroids.

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    Q. Will I be experiencing pain tonight and/or tomorrow after the treatment?



    A. Most patients have no problems following the treatment. However, you might experience some lower abdominal pain similar to period pain which will last no more than a few days. This pain can be settled with a simple over-the –counter paracetamol.

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    Q. Am I going to bleed in the immediate future as a result of the treatment?



    A. No. The treatment itself should not cause you to bleed. As part of your fibroid/s has been treated, we anticipate that your period may deviate from normal. The first two cycles can be heavier than usual but should gradually lighten. If you received GNRH injections prior to the treatment, your first cycle should come back anytime between the 5th and 12th week from the last day of injection. It varies for every individual. Some patients may experience irregular periods following the treatment.

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    Q. Can I go back to work the following day?



    A. Yes. Provided that you feel you are capable of doing your duties. Please be reminded that the sedatives that you had may stay in your blood stream until the following day. Therefore, you are not allowed to drive and/or operate machinery for 24hrs as you might have episodes of drowsiness. We also advise you to avoid alcohol for 24hrs.

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    Q. Can I do strenuous exercise after the treatment?



    A. Yes. The treatment that you had is non-invasive which means there was no incision made in your abdomen. You will be able to go back to your normal daily routines as you desire following the treatment.

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    Q. Are there any restrictions on sexual intercourse following the treatment?



    A. No. But if you are trying to conceive, we recommend using a contraceptive method for the first three (3) months following the treatment. We are still learning about pregnancy post-MRgFUS and so recommend following the used with other fibroid treatments.

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    Q. Will my fibroid grow back again?



    A. Generally the treated fibroid will not grow back again. However, some patients have experienced regrowth of the fibroid over time. The treatment is still quite new and therefore we are still learning from the experiences of those treated patients. The potential re-growth will depend on the nature of your fibroid/s, hormonal changes if you are close to menopause and genetic pre-disposition if you have family history of fibroids.

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    Q. How do I know if I am eligible for treatment?



    A. Your doctor is the best person to ask about this. He or she will be able to tell you if you are a suitable candidate for the ExAblate treatment. In general, people who cannot go into an MRI will not be able to have the ExAblate treatment - this includes patients with metallic implants, patients who are claustrophobic, and patients who are allergic to contrast agent, a dye used to see blood vessels during MR imaging.

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