Somnoplasty (Snoring treatment)

After the Procedure

Due to the local swelling of the treated area after the procedure, more snoring can be expected. Positive changes can be observed in one or two weeks and continues to happen for up to many months.

It is possible to go home as soon as you feel comfortable. Almost all patients can easily drive by themselves home from the hospital. It is important to sleep with your head raised on 2-3 pillows for a few nights after the procedure.


Somnoplasty (Snoring treatment)

The Procedure

Before the actual procedure, your doctor will give you an oral spray to begin anesthetizing the throat area. After the throat is anesthetized to a certain extent, your doctor will give about 3 small injections in the roof of the mouth.

The majority of patients find that the process of anesthetizing the throat to be of only little discomfort.

You will be sited upright and fully awake during the procedure. Your doctor will describe the procedure and demonstrate the equipment.


Over 5M cc in Blood-letting Project by Yanhee International Hospital

To date, Yanhee International Hospital has collected a total of 5,970,700 cc of blood this week, during its quarterly blood-letting program which the hospital started 8 years ago, as one of its major community projects to help those with hematologic problems and need blood transfusions, as disclosed by its CEO, Dr. Supot Sumritvanitcha.

This very “warm” activity done four times a year, in coordination with the Red Cross Society of Bangkok, Thailand and the Wachira Hospital, not only warms the body with blood for the sick, but their hearts as well.


Acute Appendicitis


Treatment for appendicitis generally needs the removal of the inflamed appendix (appendectomy). You will be given antibiotics before surgery to contain the infection.


Your surgeon will perform appendectomy either as an open surgery or a laparoscopic surgery.

In an open surgery, your surgeon will access and remove your appendix by way of a 2-to-4-inch incision on the lower right side of the abdomen.


Acute Appendicitis

Medical Exams & Diagnosis

Your doctor will obtain a history of your signs and symptoms and do an exam of your abdomen to come up with a diagnosis.

Medical exams used to help in the diagnosis of appendicitis are:


Acute Appendicitis


An obstruction in the opening of the appendix that leads to infection is the possible cause of appendicitis. The germs multiply quickly, leading to an inflamed, swollen and pus-filled appendix. The appendix can rupture if treatment is delayed.


Appendicitis can lead to severe complications, like:


Acute Appendicitis

If you experience sudden, sharp, localized pain on the right side of your lower abdomen or sudden pain that starts around your navel and sometimes runs to your lower right abdomen, you may have acute appendicitis.

The pain worsens with movement, walking or being touched, coughing, sneezing or even deep breathing.

In some cases, the pain is associated with nausea, vomiting and low-grade fever that may get worse as the condition progresses.


Uterine Prolapse

When to See A Doctor

Uterine prolapse may not need treatment unless it’s severe. If your signs and symptoms become annoying and interrupt with your normal activities, Take the first step and contact us through our no-cost virtual consultation. During this process, we will recommend options that will work best for you. Every client is different, so our virtual consultants and surgeons tailor the procedure to match each person’s needs.



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