Mrs. Delphine Douka - Tanzania
Mrs. Delphine Douka who lived in Tanzania was unaware that heavy bleeding or pelvic pain could bring her to a grim concern. She shared this problem with her husband Mr. Issac Douka. They went to a gynecologist who when heard about the matter that she suffered from severe pelvic pain, irregular bleeding, frequent urination and heavy periods, she told them about Myomectomy surgery.
Myomectomy is a surgical method of removing uterine fibroids. Laparoscopic myomectomy is the process which is basically deliberated when the largest fibroid is less than 10cm in size and the total no of fibroids is less than 5. This sort of surgery was uncommon in Tanzania as there was a lack of expertise doctor in the concern for the same.
Mrs. Douka’s close friend had once talked her about India Laproscopy Surgery Group in India. She immediately asked her husband to contact them. Her husband added more to his knowledge of India Laproscopy Surgery Group and gained all the essential knowledge about the surgery. Mr.Isaac Douka also took an appointment for the surgery after a few conversations with the team in India. This was a sign of assurance and confidence when they started to plan their visit to India.
Mr. and Mrs. Douka had to take assistance, as they had never been to India. India Laproscopy Surgery Group helped them with a stress-free itinerary to India. They facilitated them with a ride that took them from the airport, dropped at their booked hotel, and again gave them the service to visit the doctor and the hospital.They made a visit to their doctor when the appointment was fixed. She monitored what Mrs. Douka shared regarding her problem. As the patient needed to be healthy enough for the surgery, therefore, the doctor decided some tests be done on the basis of her risk factors. The physical examination concluded the blood tests, MRI Scan, and electrocardiogram.
According to the reports reviewed by the doctor, Mrs. Douka was found physically fit to undergo surgery. She gave a date for the surgery but before that, some preoperational precautions had to be taken as mentioned by the doctor.The day approached when the surgery was scheduled. Mrs. Douka was very anxious as this was a major kind of surgery with high risks. Though being tensed, Mr. Douka consoled her wife that she would be fine soon. Even the doctor assured them the same. However, deep inside Mr. Douka was praying for his wife. After 3 hours of surgery, the doctor came out with good news.
The surgery was done magnificently, but as it was a high-risk surgery, Mrs. Douka had to stay at the hospital for few more days for surveillance. In addition, they had to take good care and some post operational safety measures, which may include the eating habits of the patient. The doctor gave the medicines through the drip for around two days and then made her have the prescribed tablets and pills. The observation went on for another three days in which the staff had been very caring towards Mrs. Douka and made her comfortable.Both husband and wife were contented when Mrs. Douka got fit and discharged from the hospital. They were indeed happy with the hospitality they had been served with.
Mrs. Delphine Douka, Tanzania