The medical team of the Royal Commission Hospital in Jubail thrived to fibrodectomy 17 fibroma a 40 years old womb, .
Dr. Abdulrahman Wael Al-Yahya head of gynecology and obstetrics department and the leader of the medical team at the Hospital said: the lady consulted c the outpatient clinics because of secondary infertility, where she has a test tube baby 12 years.
Due to the the presence of a barrier for normal pregnancy she checked with the hospital to try again this technique. medical examination showed there the presence of fibroids in her womb sizing between 11 cm to 5x5 cm encouraging her to fibrodectomy the fibroids before trying to conceive again through IVF technique. She was advised by a hospital that her chance of pregnancy is 50% with this technique if she have fibroids so she has to fibrodectomy them first.
Dr. Al-Yahya explained that these fibroids had been removed by three holes in the wall of the womb to prevent bleeding by a successful surgery without a need to blood transfusion during and after the surgery.
He added: this was a successful surgery and the patient was discharged from the hospital in a good health.