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  • Eva Women’s Hospital successfully treats mentally challenged patient of adenomyosis with advanced endometriosis

    Published on June 22, 2024

    Ahmedabad: Eva Women’s Hospital, a leading healthcare provider and centre of excellence for women’s healthcare, successfully treated a mentally challenged patient suffering from advanced adenomyosis with stage IV endometriosis, a severe condition that significantly impacts a woman’s reproductive system and quality of life.

    Bhumika Prajapati, 35, a resident of Naranpura, was suffering from severe bleeding during menstruation and intense pain during her periods. The complexity of her case was heightened by her mental challenges, which required an exceptional level of care and expertise.

    Dr. Dipak Limbachiya and his highly efficient team at Eva Women’s Hospital performed the intricate surgery using advanced techniques tailored to her unique needs. The procedure was a success, significantly alleviating her symptoms.

    “Ms. Prajapati’s case presented unique challenges due to the advanced stages of her conditions and her mental health and demanded exceptional care. Our team’s dedication and the state-of-the-art facilities at Eva Women’s Hospital were crucial in managing her treatment effectively. We are delighted with the positive outcome and are committed to providing comprehensive care to our patients,” said Dr. Limbachiya, one of the top laparoscopic surgeons in the country and Founder of Eva Women’s Hospital.

    Endometriosis is a painful disorder where tissue similar to the lining inside the uterus grows outside of it, often affecting the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and the tissue lining the pelvis. This condition can cause severe pain, especially during menstrual periods, and is often associated with fertility problems. Some of the organs that can be affected due to endometriosis include the urinary bladder, ureter, rectum, parametrium, and nerves.

    Adenomyosis, on the other hand, involves the inner lining of the uterus breaking through the muscle wall of the uterus, leading to heavy periods and severe cramps. Surgery is required to remove the deposited nodules and to significantly reduce the recurrence rate.

    Following the surgery, Ms. Prajapati recovered under the meticulous care of the hospital’s staff and is now back home, leading a normal life. The success of this surgery underscores the hospital’s commitment to providing top medical care with compassion and precision, even in the most challenging cases.

    Eva Women’s Hospital is renowned for its high success rate in treating endometriosis and other complex gynaecological conditions. Its holistic approach combines cutting-edge medical procedures with personalised and compassionate care, ensuring that each patient receives the best possible treatment.

    This case highlights Eva Women’s Hospital’s dedication to excellence and the proficiency of its team. Patients dealing with similar conditions can be assured of receiving outstanding care at the hospital.


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