The surgical removal of a woman’s uterus, or womb, is known as a hysterectomy(TLH) or uterus removal. The surgery is typically advised for illnesses like endometriosis, irregular vaginal bleeding, uterine fibroids, and some cancers. Depending on the size and health of the uterus, a hysterectomy can be performed using a variety of procedures, including traditional open surgery, laparoscopic surgery, or robotic-assisted surgery. Depending on the technique, recovery times can vary, but most women can resume their regular routines six weeks after the operation. Hysterectomy is generally a safe and effective treatment option.