Surgery for gynecological cancers treats ovarian, cervical, uterine, and fallopian tube cancer. The surgery may be performed through conventional, laparoscopic, or robotic techniques."Surgical Oncology"
Some complications of gynecological surgeries are infection, bleeding, visceral damage, thromboembolism, uterine perforations, urinary tract injuries, and fistula formation.
The patients are advised to rest for at least two weeks after the surgery. Within the first six weeks, the patients may return to their normal routines. The patients may also experience symptoms of menopause if the uterus is removed.