Metastatic tumor surgery for prostate gland in India is gaining popularity with more and more medical tourists coming from all around the world. Here you will find Metastatic tumor surgery for prostate gland with state of art facilities vis-à-vis best medical expertise. And above all, these treatments comes at low cost, which is easily affordable by many. Every year, thousands of international patients come down to India for their medical treatments and surgery. We at Tour2India4Health have been instrumental in managing these treatments of foreign patients. Recently Mr. Jeff Nwaeke from Nigeria was here for his father’s Metastatic tumor surgery of prostate gland in India. Read on his Video testimonial by a Nigerian citizen sharing his father’s experience about his surgery.
My father has always been a very active, healthy individual. Annual medical checkups have been a part of his healthy life. But on August 1, 2010, his urologist back in Nigeria reads us the less-than-welcome results of his prostate biopsy procedure which proved that my father was suffering from Metastic tumor of his prostate gland. Hence the doctor suggested immediate surgery to remove the prostate gland tumor. The world around us felt like it had come to a screeching halt. You know that feeling. The urologist also advised us about taking my father to India for his Metastatic tumor surgery of prostate gland. He also forwarded me the details of medical consultant called Tour2India4Health group, from India, who are into the business of providing health treatments to foreign patients. So without any dealy, I sent them a brief mail stating about my father’s condition along with all the medical reports that suggested immedidate Metastatic tumor surgery of his prostate gland. Less than six hours later I received a reply saying: "Based on your description we have showed your father’s reports to best of our surgeons who are of the openinon of immediate Prostate gland tumor surgery.” The mail also stated that if we are interested then immedidate arrangements can me made for the surgery and visa letter will be sent for faster approval of visa to India.
There was no reason in rejecting the treatment package offered and gave our concent of coming to India. Without any delay, we booked our tickets for his Metastatic tumor surgery in India and were there the very next week. The treatment we got in India right from the first day to the last was really incredible. I remember the meeting with doctor who was scheduled to carry my father’s Metastatic tumor surgery of prostate gland in India. He was a gentleman person with professional approach; he boosted our morale which made a good start in India. Soon, the day for my father’s Metastatic tumor surgery of prostate gland in India dawned.
Most doctors currently perform Metastatic prostate gland tumor surgery using radical surgery in an attempt to remove the tumor with a combination of prostate cancer radiation treatment or chemotherapy. A radical prostatectomy is an operation to remove the prostate gland and some of the tissue around it. It is done to remove prostate cancer. Metastatic tumor surgery through radical prostatectomy by open surgery or by laparoscopic surgery through small incisions. In my father’s case it was open surgery, the surgeon makes an incision to reach the prostate gland. Depending on the case, the incision is made either in the lower belly or in the groin between the anus and the scrotum. When the incision is made in the lower belly, it is called the retropubic approach. A Metastatic tumor surgery in India through radical prostatectomy using the retropubic approach is the most common treatment for prostate cancer. In this procedure, the surgeon may also remove lymph nodes in the area so that they can be tested for cancer. When the incision is made in the groin, it is called the perineal approach. The recovery time after this surgery may be shorter than with the retropubic approach. If the surgeon wants to remove lymph nodes for testing, he or she must make a separate incision. If the lymph nodes are believed to be free of cancer based on the grade of the cancer and results of the PSA test, the surgeon may not remove lymph nodes. My father’s Metastatic tumor surgery in India was just superb, and it went smooth and with good results.
Twenty-four hours after his surgery he was released, walked to our car and returned to our posh hotel room. Two days after surgery, he returned to a normal diet. Day six post surgery we went to the surgeon who gave us the post-surgical pathology report showed that cancer has not spread to other parts of the body and that my father’s health is doing great and he is fit to travel back to Nigeria to follow complete bed rest for next 2 weeks. We then returned to Nigeria after his Metastatic tumor surgery of prostate gland in India and within a week’s time, he was back to his normal life. Indeed our experience in India was very good. We are glad with its outcome. I will certainly recommend anyone for their Metastatic tumor surgery of Prostate gland in India. Last but not the least; I would like to extend my words of gratitude to the executives of Tour2India4Health who virtually did everything for my father and also to the surgeon and his medical team at the hospital during my father’s prostate gland tumor surgery in India. This would be a memorable event in my life and I shall always cherish the good time I had in India. May God bless to everyone who had been directly or indirectly involved in my father Metastatic tumor surgery of prostate gland in India.
Mr. Jeff Nwaeke