Obstetric and Gynecology Surgery in Turkey
Obstetric and gynecologic surgery refers to procedures that are performed to treat a variety of conditions affecting the female reproductive organs. The main structures of the reproductive system are the vagina, the uterus, the ovaries, and the fallopian tubes.
All the procedures conducted within gynocology surgeries in Turkey are made according to the international quality standards and for low prices. That is why patients all over the world prefer to make plastic surgery in Turkey.
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Why Get Obstetric and Gynecology Surgery in Turkey?
The prices Obstetric and Gynecologic Surgery are %50 - %70 lower than in the USA or Europe, but the quality is at the same level. The low cost is explained by general price policy in the country oriented on the local citizens’ income.
Turkey is convenient to reach for patients from all over Europe with less than four flying hours. Turkey has a lot to offer in terms of history, culture, shopping and beaches, so many patients choose to extend their trip into a holiday and make the most of their time in the country. Many of the best obstetric and gynecologic surgery doctors in Turkey are located in Istanbul, which is a popular tourist destination in its own right.
You’ll also find that waiting times are next to none. You should be able to schedule an appointment very quickly with MTS.
Popular Obstetric and Gynecologic Surgery in Turkey
Obstetric and Gynecologic Surgery
There are a wide range of surgical procedures that have been developed to treat the various conditions that affect the female reproductive organs.
Some common surgical procedures that are performed on the vagina include:
A surgical incision made in the perineum (the area between the vagina and anus) to expand the opening of the vagina to prevent tearing during delivery.
Surgical repair of the vagina may be necessary after childbirth, sexual assault, or other injuries.
This incision into the wall of the vagina may be used to excise ovarian cysts, perform tubal ligation, or remove uterine fibroids.
A colposcope is a specialized instrument used to visualize the vagina and cervix, to diagnose abnormalities, or to test for the presence of precancerous or cancerous cells.
Some common surgical procedures that are performed on the uterus include:
A procedure in which myomas (uterine fibroids) are surgically removed from the uterus.
A surgical procedure in which incisions are made through the woman's abdomen and uterus to deliver her baby.
The cervix is stitched closed to prevent a miscarriage or premature birth.
Cryosurgery freezes and destroys an area of the cervix in which precancerous cells have been found.
The intentional termination of a pregnancy before the fetus can live independently.
The removal of part or all of the uterus may be done to treat uterine cancer, fibroid tumors, endometriosis, uterine prolapse, or other conditions of the uterus.
This incision into the uterus is done during a cesarean section, open fetal surgery, and some second-trimester abortions.
Dilatation and curettage:
D&C is a gynecological procedure in which the cervix is expanded and the lining of the uterus (endometrium) is scraped away.
The surgical procedures that are performed on the ovaries include:
One or both ovaries may be removed during this procedure to prevent or treat ovarian or other cancers, to remove large ovarian cysts, or to treat endometriosis.
An ovarian cystectomy may be used to remove part of an ovary to treat ovarian tumors or cysts.
Some common surgical procedures that are performed on the fallopian tubes include:
An incision is made in the fallopian tube, often to excise an ectopic pregnancy.
Salpingectomy: One or both fallopian tubes are removed in this procedure. It may be used to treat ruptured or bleeding fallopian tubes (as a result of ectopic pregnancy), infection, or cancer.
Tubal ligation: A permanent form of birth control in which a woman's fallopian tubes are surgically cut or blocked off to prevent pregnancy.
Some examples of surgeries that affect the vulva are:
The vulva may be partially or completely removed, as in the case of vulvar cancer.
Laceration or hematoma repair: Vulvar hematoma (a localized collection of blood) or laceration may result from a "straddle" injury, sexual assault, or childbirth. Severe hematomas may need surgical drainage.
Turkey Obstetric and Gynecology Surgery Prices
The table below gives an idea of what some common treatments like Myomectomy, Tubal Ligation costs in Turkey. These prices are just approximate – you’ll need to request a quotation from us you’re interested in – but they show just how low prices in Turkey can be. Even once you pay for flights and accommodation, you could still save significantly on your treatment.
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Standards, Qualifications and Regulation
Turkeys Ministry of Health regulates all the clinics and hospitals in Turkey, and each must meet the ministry’s high standards and requirements.
Not anyone can practice, before becoming a certified surgeon in Turkey, there is a lot of training which needs to completed, this is a long process. Once a student has graduated from medical school students must take various exams in order to become a Obstetric and Gynecological Surgeon and qualify for admittance to the Gynecological Specialist Program, this process takes up to six and a half years, after which students are given the title of Certified Gynecological Surgeon, MD.
Turkey is investing heavily in its private health care sector. With this thriving industry and more advanced procedures becoming common practice, Turkey is a strong contender to rival any leading medical tourism destinations. The future of Turkey’s health tourism industry will just keep getting stronger.