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We are versatile private gynaecologists based in London offering a comprehensive range of services for women’s health. Fibroid embolization is a minimally invasive procedure that helps in uterine fibroids treatment.

This procedure is considered a safe and effective alternative to surgery for women who want to preserve their fertility or avoid invasive procedures.

We provide the best possible care for our patients inflicted with uterine fibroids, using state-of-the-art technology to perform fibroid embolization. We work closely with each patient to ensure a personalized treatment plan and services.

  • Fibroid treatment option
  • Minimally invasive procedure
  • Rapid recovery
Benefits of Fibroid Embolisation
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Minimally invasive procedure
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Short recovery time
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Low complication rates
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Cost-effective treatment
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Improve your quality of life
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Avoid complications and risk factors
What is Fibroid Embolisation?

Fibroid embolisation is a minimally invasive procedure that cuts off the blood supply to uterine fibroids. This procedure involves injecting tiny particles into the arteries that supply blood to the fibroids, causing them to shrink and eventually die.

Unlike traditional surgical procedures, fibroid embolisation does not require large incisions or general anaesthesia. Instead, a small catheter is inserted into an artery in the groin, and the particles are delivered directly to the arteries supplying the fibroids.

Who is a Good Candidate for Fibroid Embolisation?

Fibroid embolisation is an excellent treatment option for women who have fibroids that are causing them significant discomfort or pain. It is also a good option for women who want to avoid surgery. It is contradictory to candidates with other health conditions.

How Does Fibroid Embolisation Compare to Surgery?

Compared to surgery, fibroid embolisation is a much less invasive procedure. It doesn’t require a large incision, and it doesn’t require general anaesthesia. Additionally, fibroid embolisation typically results in a shorter recovery time than surgery.

That said, fibroid embolisation is not appropriate for everyone. If your fibroids are more extensive or if you have multiple fibroids, surgery may be a better option for you.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
  • Q1) What are the benefits of Fibroid Embolisation?
  • Q2) What Are the Risks of Fibroid Embolisation?
  • Q3) What Should I Expect During Recovery?
  • Q4) Is Fibroid Embolisation painful?
  • Q5) Will Fibroid Embolisation affect my fertility?

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