A fibroid (also called "myoma") is a benign uterine tumour. It is one of the most common conditions, affecting 1 in 5 women over 30. In most cases multiple fibroids are diagnosed. However, while fibroids’ symptoms can be unpleasant, it is important to remember that they are not malignant, and that there are effective treatment options.
According to a common misconception, uterine myomas can be treated conservatively. That is possible only in specific cases, when the myoma isn’t yet very large, develops slowly and is placed in the uterus in a particular manner. In all other cases the treatment that offers the best outcome, and can provide a full recovery is a myomectomy surgery. The treatment method will be selected by your physician according to diagnostics and exam results.
We have vast experience in arranging myoma treatment in Israel, and have successfully helped dozens of patients with the condition. By choosing Manor Medical Center you are opting for professional medical care by the best specialists in Israel.
Cost of treatment program includes:
Your treating OB/GYN will determine the optimal myomectomy method (laparoscopic or hysteroscopic) based on the results of the aforementioned investigations. This will determine the price of treatment that will include the following:
Treatment will take place at the state-of-the-art Assuta Medical Center in Tel Aviv, which utilizes the most advanced methods of myoma treatment. Their intraoperative imaging guidance techniques minimize the risk of complications during surgery and help shorten the postoperative recovery period.
You will be required to remain in Israel for 7 days following the surgery.
If you are interested in a pregnancy, please note that you will be able to undergo IVF treatment as soon as 1 or 2 months following the cystectomy procedure (in line with the recommendations of your treating physician). Click here to read more about our IVF options.
Risk factors for developing uterine fibroids are as follows:
If you are experiencing any/some of these symptoms you may be suffering from a myoma and should seek uterine fibroids treatment.