Hysterectomy Gone WrongSuffered after a Hysterectomy procedure that went wrong?
Claim For a Hysterectomy
What happens if your Hysterectomy procedure has gone wrong or if mistakes during your procedure has left you in pain or with life changing issues? We understand being the victim of medical negligence is distressing and you may feel embarrassed, angry or confused if you just have a complaint against your hospital or doctor, or a claim for compensation. Our medical negligence solicitors are here to listen and offer you with free, confidential advice on making a claim for compensation. Call 0800 122 3130 or request a call back today.
A hysterectomy is a surgical procedure in which the womb is removed. Although the majority of procedures are performed without any problems, sadly, as with all surgical procedures, there can be complications.
Some of the most possible complications associated with a hysterectomy are listed below.
Problems with general anesthetic
Although rare, there is a risk of serious complications developing after a general anesthetic, including nerve damage and allergic reactions.
Damage to the bowel or bladder
There is a risk of damage to abdominal organs such as the bladder or bowel during a hysterectomy, which can lead to problems such as the patient developing an infection.
A thrombosis is a blood clot which forms within a vein and affects blood circulation and the flow of oxygen around the body, and the risk increases when you undergo an operation or period of immobility.
If you or your loved one has suffered as the result of a hysterectomy gone wrong, and you’d like to discuss your legal options, we can help you. To speak with our experienced and knowledgeable clinical negligence solicitors today, give us a call on 0800 122 3130 or ask for a convenient time we can call you back.
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