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Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE)

Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE) Cost in India

  • These are benign (non-cancerous) tumors found in a uterus with symptoms such as uterine bleeding, gastrointestinal issues (stomach issues), and back pain.
  • It usually gets confirmed by Imaging modalities, Ultrasound and MRI. Depending upon its location and severity, both surgical, as well as non-surgical modalities, are available for its treatment.
    Uterine fibroids are benign (non-cancerous) tumors.

Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE) Cost in India

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Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE)

Starts From USD 2550
(Indian Rupees 183192)

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Signs and symptoms 


  • Abnormal pelvic pressure 
  • Uterine bleeding other than menstruation 
  • Gastrointestinal problems 
  • Urinary frequency and urgency
  • Urinary retention
  • Pain in the lower back 


Females with infertility problems are also evaluated for uterine fibroids 

Diagnostic tests  

  • Ultrasound
  • Complete blood count to detect any abnormal blood loss or bleeding disorder 
  • Thyroid tests 


Other imaging tests 

  • Hysterosonography ( transvaginal ultrasound )
  • Hysterosalpingography (radiologic procedure to investigate the shape of the uterine cavity)
  • Hysteroscopy (cervix and uterus is examined by inserting a lighted tube)


Classification of uterine fibroids 

  • Subserosal: Fibroid is projecting outside the uterus
  • Intramural: Fibroid is present within the myometrium ( it is the middle layer of the uterine wall) 
  • Submucosal: Fibroid is projecting into the uterine cavity


It should be done depending upon the size and location of fibroids; the patient's age, symptoms, desire to maintain fertility, and access to treatment; and the experience of the physician. 


Gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist (An agonist is a chemical substance which after binding to a receptor, activates it to produce a certain response, an agonist causes action and antagonists blocks its action)

  • It is a pre-operative treatment modality to decrease the size of tumors before surgery or in women approaching menopause.
  • It decreases blood loss.
  • Have shorter operative time and less recovery time.

Levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine system 

  • It treats abnormal uterine bleeding, likely by stabilization of endometrium (inner epithelial layer of the uterus).
  • It is the most effective medical treatment for reducing blood loss. 
  • It decreases fibroid volume.

Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs

  • These are anti-inflammatories and prostaglandin inhibitors.
  • These drugs reduce pain and blood loss from fibroids.
  • These do not decrease fibroid volume.

Oral contraceptives

  • These treat abnormal uterine bleeding, likely by stabilization of endometrium.

Tranexamic acid: It decreases heavy mensural bleeding caused by large fibroids. 

Antifibrinolytic therapy: It reduces blood loss before surgery in the case of myomectomies and reduces menorrhagia (prolonged vaginal bleeding in a mensural cycle ) in patients with fibroids.

Surgical therapies

Before undergoing surgery other than ultrasound MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) is also advised.


Surgical removal of the uterus: It is a definitive treatment for women who do not wish to preserve fertility. Done via three approaches Trans-abdominally, Trans-vaginally and laparoscopically.

  • Transvaginal and Laparoscopic approach associated with decreased pain, blood loss, and recovery time compared with transabdominal, surgery morcellation with laparoscopic approach increases the risk of iatrogenic dissemination of tissue.
  • Surgical risks higher with Transabdominal surgery (e.g., infection, pain, fever, and increased blood loss and recovery time). 

Magnetic resonance-guided focused ultrasound surgery 

In-situ destruction by high-intensity ultrasound waves. It is a non-invasive approach and has shorter recovery time with modest symptom improvement.


Surgical or endoscopic excision of tumors, Resolution of symptoms with preservation of fertility.

Uterine artery embolization

Interventional radiologic procedure to occlude uterine arteries. It is a minimally invasive procedure and is used as an alternative to surgery and requires a short hospitalization period.


Frequently Asked Questions about Uterine Fibroid Removal

Q. How long does it take to recover from fibroid surgery?

In general, about 4 to 6 weeks are recommended for recovery, although this varies with each case and technique.

Q. After how long fibroids grow back after myomectomy?

After myomectomy, old fibroids don’t grow back but the patient may develop new fibroids.

Q. What are the risks associated with fibroid surgery?

  • Bleeding of wound
  • Infection
  • Failure of procedure
  • Damage to other organs
  • Scar tissue, which can form bonds that bind organs and tissue together
  • Bowel or urinary problems
  • Problems infertility

Q. What is the duration of the hospital stay for fibroid removal surgery?

This hugely depends on the type of surgery, type of fibroid, age and general health of the patient. But in general 4-7 days is the normal stay of the patient after this surgery.

Q. After how long I can travel after this surgery?

You can travel after 7-10 days depending upon your condition; however, you should avoid jerky and long traveling hours for up to a month.

Q. How long will I bleed after fibroid removal?

You should expect a full recovery after surgery to take about 6 weeks. It is normal to have vaginal bleeding and discharge for 1 to 2 weeks after surgery. Discharge and bleeding should gradually decrease. For 6 weeks after surgery, you need to avoid strenuous exercise, lifting heavy objects, and sexual activity.

Q. After how long can I return to work after fibroid removal?

Depending on the type of surgery, you can return to work within two to six weeks (abdominal myomectomy takes the longest recovery time).


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  • Dr. Veena Bhat


    22 years of experience , Gurgaon

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