FALLOPIAN TUBES AND OVARIES REMOVAL

for risk reduction and contraception

FALLOPIAN TUBES AND OVARIES REMOVAL

for risk reduction and contraception

FALLOPIAN TUBES AND OVARIES REMOVAL

for risk reduction and contraception

Removing the fallopian tubes and ovaries has become increasingly popular over the last few years. The main reasons include women seeking to reduce their risk of certain gynaecological cancers and those looking for a permanent contraception solution. Not only does removal provide security to those who have experienced an increased risk due to family history, genetics (BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations) or other conditions, but it can also help reduce the amount of future screening required.

The fallopian tubes and ovaries can be surgically removed via the following procedures: 

  • Salpingectomy offers an empowering, proactive solution for women with a family history of cancer or specific genetic mutations. The procedure involves the removal of the fallopian tubes to prevent eggs from travelling from the ovaries to the uterus, decreasing the risk of cancer in the future.
  • Oophorectomy surgery removes one or both ovaries and connecting tissue. This procedure has revolutionised the treatment of ovarian cancer and offers permanent contraception. To alleviate unwanted side effects, hormone replacement therapy may be recommended post-surgery.
  • Bilateral Salpingo-oophorectomy is usually reserved for women with a high-risk gene mutation, such as BRAC1 or BRCA2, who may consider undergoing a Bilateral Salpingo-oophorectomy to reduce the likelihood of developing ovarian cancer. This surgical procedure removes the ovaries and fallopian tubes to protect against potential health risks.

Surgeries that involve the removal of the fallopian tubes and ovaries is usually performed laparoscopically. This minimally invasive approach requires small 5-7mm incisions, resulting in shorter recovery times and a small laparoscopic scar. A small camera is used to view the uterus and other reproductive organs in great detail. Surgical tools are then inserted through tiny openings to remove undesirable tissue. Recovery time depends on the complexity of the surgery but generally ranges between 4-6 weeks.

Dr Dan offers specialised care in removing fallopian tubes and ovaries for risk management and contraception. With a background steeped in technological advances and a compassionate approach, Dr Dan can help you understand and navigate your options with sensitivity and expertise. Book a confidential consultation with Dr Dan today.

Removing the fallopian tubes and ovaries has become increasingly popular over the last few years. The main reasons include women seeking to reduce their risk of certain gynaecological cancers and those looking for a permanent contraception solution. Not only does removal provide security to those who have experienced an increased risk due to family history, genetics (BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations) or other conditions, but it can also help reduce the amount of future screening required.

The fallopian tubes and ovaries can be surgically removed via the following procedures: 

  • Salpingectomy offers an empowering, proactive solution for women with a family history of cancer or specific genetic mutations. The procedure involves the removal of the fallopian tubes to prevent eggs from travelling from the ovaries to the uterus, decreasing the risk of cancer in the future.
  • Oophorectomy surgery removes one or both ovaries and connecting tissue. This procedure has revolutionised the treatment of ovarian cancer and offers permanent contraception. To alleviate unwanted side effects, hormone replacement therapy may be recommended post-surgery.
  • Bilateral Salpingo-oophorectomy is usually reserved for women with a high-risk gene mutation, such as BRAC1 or BRCA2, who may consider undergoing a Bilateral Salpingo-oophorectomy to reduce the likelihood of developing ovarian cancer. This surgical procedure removes the ovaries and fallopian tubes to protect against potential health risks.

Surgeries that involve the removal of the fallopian tubes and ovaries is usually performed laparoscopically. This minimally invasive approach requires small 5-7mm incisions, resulting in shorter recovery times and a small laparoscopic scar. A small camera is used to view the uterus and other reproductive organs in great detail. Surgical tools are then inserted through tiny openings to remove undesirable tissue. Recovery time depends on the complexity of the surgery but generally ranges between 4-6 weeks.

Dr Dan offers specialised care in removing fallopian tubes and ovaries for risk management and contraception. With a background steeped in technological advances and a compassionate approach, Dr Dan can help you understand and navigate your options with sensitivity and expertise. Book a confidential consultation with Dr Dan today.

Removing the fallopian tubes and ovaries has become increasingly popular over the last few years. The main reasons include women seeking to reduce their risk of certain gynaecological cancers and those looking for a permanent contraception solution. Not only does removal provide security to those who have experienced an increased risk due to family history, genetics (BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations) or other conditions, but it can also help reduce the amount of future screening required.

The fallopian tubes and ovaries can be surgically removed via the following procedures: 

  • Salpingectomy offers an empowering, proactive solution for women with a family history of cancer or specific genetic mutations. The procedure involves the removal of the fallopian tubes to prevent eggs from travelling from the ovaries to the uterus, decreasing the risk of cancer in the future.
  • Oophorectomy surgery removes one or both ovaries and connecting tissue. This procedure has revolutionised the treatment of ovarian cancer and offers permanent contraception. To alleviate unwanted side effects, hormone replacement therapy may be recommended post-surgery.
  • Bilateral Salpingo-oophorectomy is usually reserved for women with a high-risk gene mutation, such as BRAC1 or BRCA2, who may consider undergoing a Bilateral Salpingo-oophorectomy to reduce the likelihood of developing ovarian cancer. This surgical procedure removes the ovaries and fallopian tubes to protect against potential health risks.

Surgeries that involve the removal of the fallopian tubes and ovaries is usually performed laparoscopically. This minimally invasive approach requires small 5-7mm incisions, resulting in shorter recovery times and a small laparoscopic scar. A small camera is used to view the uterus and other reproductive organs in great detail. Surgical tools are then inserted through tiny openings to remove undesirable tissue. Recovery time depends on the complexity of the surgery but generally ranges between 4-6 weeks.

Dr Dan offers specialised care in removing fallopian tubes and ovaries for risk management and contraception. With a background steeped in technological advances and a compassionate approach, Dr Dan can help you understand and navigate your options with sensitivity and expertise. Book a confidential consultation with Dr Dan today.

Empowering healthcare for women.

Hearing, healing and hope.
Empowering healthcare for women. Hearing, healing and hope.

Empowering healthcare for women. Hearing, healing and hope.

PRACTICE LOCATIONS

Dr Dan’s consulting and operating locations are conveniently located for easy accessibility.

Parking is available at all times.

Inner West Endometriosis Specialist

CONSULTATIONS

The Sydney Private Hospital
63 Victoria Street,
Ashfield NSW 2131

13 Lachlan Street
Liverpool NSW 2170

SURGERIES

Macquarie University Hospital

Westmead Private Hospital

Kareena Private Hospital

PRACTICE LOCATIONS

Dr Dan’s consulting and operating locations are conveniently located for easy accessibility.

Parking is available at all times.

Inner West Endometriosis Specialist

CONSULTATIONS

The Sydney Private Hospital
63 Victoria Street,
Ashfield NSW 2131

13 Lachlan Street
Liverpool NSW 2170

SURGERIES

Macquarie University Hospital

Westmead Private Hospital

Kareena Private Hospital

PRACTICE
LOCATIONS

Dr Dan’s consulting and operating locations are conveniently located for easy accessibility.

Parking is available at all times.

CONSULTATIONS

The Sydney Private Hospital
63 Victoria Street,
Ashfield NSW 2131

13 Lachlan Street
Liverpool NSW 2170

SURGERIES

Macquarie University Hospital

Westmead Private Hospital

Kareena Private Hospital

Inner West Endometriosis Specialist