Private Hysterectomy Canada: GYN Surgeon Recommendation

A hysterectomy is a surgical procedure in which a woman’s uterus is removed. It can be performed for various medical reasons, such as treating certain gynecological conditions or diseases. A thorough medical evaluation is typically required to assess your overall health and determine the necessity of the hysterectomy. This may involve a review of your medical history, physical examination, and possibly additional tests, such as imaging or blood tests.

A qualified healthcare professional, usually a gynecologist or a surgeon, must recommend and approve the need for a hysterectomy based on your medical condition. When we talk to our potential clients living in Canada, many have not seen a GYN, because the wait times are long. In some provinces, it can be over a year. Yet the quality of life for women can deteriorate significantly if they are suffering monthly symptoms such as heavy bleeding, severe cramps and headaches.

Health Vantis offers two paths to a solution. If you simply would like to see a GYN we can connect you with a private GYN in Canada that is able to see you in person and offer some non-surgical solutions. They schedule about 1-2 weeks out and you would have to travel to Quebec. If they determine that surgery is needed, a private surgery can be scheduled in 1-3 months. So, two trips are necessary, but for those unsure what may help them this is probably the route that makes sense.

If you have not seen a GYN, but discussed symptoms with your family doctor, tried some non-surgical methods to relieve your symptoms and your family doctor sent you for an Ultrasound or MRI of the Uterus we can arrange for a phone consultation with a GYN surgeon in the USA. They can evaluate your diagnostics tests and have a conversation with you regarding your need for a hysterectomy to determine if you are a good candidate for it. If you are, we can arrange for surgery within 2-4 weeks. The above steps also apply to those who have seen a GYN in Canada and were told that surgery is necessary but the wait list is too long.

Before undergoing any surgery, you will be seeing a GYN for a pre-op and final evaluation appointment to confirm everything that was discussed on the phone. It is required to provide informed consent. This involves understanding the procedure, potential risks and complications, expected outcomes, and alternatives. Your doctor will discuss these aspects with you, and you will need to sign a consent form.

If you are considering a private hysterectomy, you should consult with a qualified healthcare professional, such as a gynecologist or a surgeon, to discuss your specific situation. Health Vantis will be happy to assist in accessing private care, managing your case and providing full medical concierge services. To learn more about private hysterectomy please contact us by calling toll-free 877 344 3544 or emailing

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