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A myomectomy is a type of surgery that involves removing abnormal muscular growths (uterine fibroids) from the uterus. This procedure can help improve fibroid symptoms and improve fertility. Some of the potential risks of a myomectomy include infection, bleeding, nerve injury, and blood clots. The surgery is performed on an inpatient basis, and you will remain in the hospital for two to five days after the procedure.
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