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Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy

Your womb and cervix (the neck of the womb) are removed during a complete hysterectomy. Since the cervix is removed during a whole hysterectomy, there is no chance that you may get cervical cancer in the future, hence this procedure is typically favored over a partial hysterectomy. In a subtotal hysterectomy, the womb's main body is removed but the cervix is left in situ. Regular cervical screenings will still be required since there is still a chance that cervical cancer may develop if the cervix is left in situ. Some women wish to maintain their cervix and as much of their reproductive system as they can. If you feel this way, discuss any potential concerns with your physician before deciding whether to keep your cervix. Bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy is part of a complete hysterectomy that also entails the removal of: (Salpingectomy) the fallopian tubes (Oophorectomy) the ovaries The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) advises against removing the ovaries unless there is a very high risk of complications, such as a family history of ovarian cancer.


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