Hysterectomy is a type of surgery to remove the uterus. This surgery is very common in women and about three hundred out of every 100,000 women perform surgery to remove the uterus. One of the main causes of hysterectomy is uterine fibroids. Uterine fibroids, also known as leiomyomas, are caused by abnormal growth of uterine cells. Hysterectomy is performed by laparoscopic, abdominal and vaginal methods. In this surgery, the doctor removes the entire uterus and cervix. What is certain is that the decision to remove the uterus is related to the type of primary lesion, its size, the extent of the lesion to the uterus, the patient's age, having or not having a child or fertility program, and so on.