Such as headache, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, drowsiness, low blood pressure.
During the operation, immediate post-operative (up to 24 hours) and late post-operative (up to 10 days).
- Infection (wound, bladder, lung, pelvis)
- Bleeding requiring blood transfusion
- Damage to the surrounding organs (bowel, bladder, womb, vessels and ureters needing open surgery (laparotomy)
- Damage to nerve, muscle or bone (due to positioning)
- Forming clots in the legs (DVT) & lungs (embolism)
- and death.
The chance of a minor complication is 1/100, major complication 1/1000, and death 1/100,000.
May compromise quality of life and health outcome depending on the nature of the disease.
Conservative treatment with OCP, Mirena or pain-killers.
You should be aware that conditions may arise which are unforeseen at this time and that it may be necessary and advisable to perform operations or procedures different from, or in addition to, that described. You need to authorise and consent to the performance of such additional or different operations and procedures that are considered necessary and advisable.
Pathology and radiology services as needed and in keeping with standard medical practice.
Photographing, filming or videotaping of the operation for educational or diagnostic use. Photos/videos for educational purposes would be unidentifiable.
There are risks involved in any procedure or treatment, and it is not possible to guarantee or give assurance of a successful result. FBW team always endeavour to provide the best care but cannot guarantee the outcome. Any additional questions about the treatment and procedure always will be answered happily.