Gynaec Laparoscopic Surgery
What is Laparoscopic Surgery for women?
Gynaecological laparoscopic surgery uses a specialized tool called a laparoscope and is also referred to as keyhole surgery or minimally invasive surgery. The surgeon can view the interior organs with the use of the laparoscope which is a long, thin instrument with a high-resolution camera attached to its end. Smaller incisions, less discomfort, quicker recovery, and little scarring are just a few benefits that this method has over open surgery.
What Situations Require Gynecologic Laparoscopic Surgery?
Several gynaecological problems can be treated using gynecologic laparoscopic surgery. It can be applied therapeutically to address particular illnesses as well as diagnostically to determine the source of certain symptoms. Indications for gynecologic laparoscopic surgery include the following:
- Endometriosis: Endometriosis implants, which are abnormal growths of uterine tissue outside the uterus, can be identified and removed using laparoscopy
- Ovarian Cysts: Ovarian cysts are fluid-filled sacs that can develop on the ovaries and can be removed during laparoscopy
- Fibroids: Uterine fibroids, which are non-cancerous growths that form in or near the uterus, can be removed with laparoscopic surgery
- Ectopic Pregnancy: Laparoscopy can be performed for both diagnosis and treatment in cases of ectopic pregnancy, in which the fertilised egg implants outside the uterus
- Tubal Ligation: For women who no longer want to have children, laparoscopic sterilization, commonly known as tubal ligation, is a permanent means of contraception
Gynaecological Laparoscopic Surgery Preparation
Your doctor will give you particular guidelines before gynaecological laparoscopic surgery that is suitable to your circumstance. Typically, you might be requested to:
- To make sure your stomach is empty before surgery, you should fast for a set amount of time
- Avoid taking medications that could increase the risk of bleeding during the surgery, such as blood thinners
- Make transportation arrangements to and from the hospital in case it is recommended that you should not drive following the procedure
You will be given general anaesthesia before the laparoscopic procedure to make sure you are asleep and pain-free. A few tiny abdominal incisions, typically no longer than an inch, will be made by the surgeon. The abdomen can be inflated with carbon dioxide gas to give the surgeon additional room to work.
Along with other specialized tools, the laparoscope will be put in through the cuts. The surgeon can carry out the required procedures with the help of the laparoscope, which transmits images of the inside organs to a monitor. The complexity of the problem that needs to be treated determines how long the surgery will take.
What Happens Following Gynecologic Laparoscopic Surgery?
You will be observed in the recovery area following surgery until the anaesthesia wears off. It’s common to experience some minor discomfort or soreness where the incisions were made, and your doctor might recommend painkillers to treat it. Depending on the surgery, the majority of patients can return home the same day or the day after.
It’s crucial to adhere to your doctor’s recommendations for rest, exercise, and wound care. You can be told to stay away from any rigorous work for a few weeks to allow your body to recuperate properly. Your progress will be checked at follow-up appointments, and any necessary next actions or concerns will be covered.
Surya Hospitals utilizes a multidisciplinary approach to patient care. To give thorough care throughout the entire procedure, the gynaecologists collaborate with other specialists like radiologists, anesthesiologists, and fertility experts. This strategy makes sure that every facet of your health and well-being is taken care of. Your comfort, worries, and preferences are given the top priority at Surya Hospitals, which emphasizes patient-centred care. The medical staff takes the time to understand your needs, provide you with clear explanations, and answer any uncertainties or questions you may have. Throughout the process, we work to foster a sensitive and encouraging environment. We advise you to book a consultation with one of our skilled gynaecologists at Surya Hospitals if you have any worries or think you might need gynaec laparoscopic surgery. With your treatment process, our staff is committed to giving you individualised attention and safeguarding your well-being.
MBBS, MD, DGO
Consultant Obstetrics & Gynecology
Mon, Wed & Sat: 2 PM - 6 PM
MBBS, MD, FCPS, DGO
Consultant Gynec Laparoscopic Surgery
Mon - Sat: 6.30 PM - 7.30 PM
MBBS, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Diploma in Advanced Endoscopic Gynaecological Surgery
Director – Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Mon to Sat : 10am - 2pm
MBBS, MS (OBGY), TRAINING IN INFERTILITY AND IVF (ICOG)
Consultant Obstetrics and Gynaecology
MBBS, MS (Obs. & Gynae)
Sr. Director & HOD, Obstetrics & Gynecology and Laparoscopic Surgery
Mon - Sat :- 10.30 am - 2.30 pm
MBBS, MS (Gen. Sugery)
Consultant - Gynaecological and Laparoscopic Surgeon
MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Consultant - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Mon - Sat :- By Appointment
MBBS, MS( Obst & Gynae), Fellowship in laparoscopic surgery, Observership in high risk pregnancy (USA)
Director, Obstetrics & Gynecology and Laparoscopic Surgery
10:00 am to 03:00 pm
MD, DNB (Obstretrics and Gynaecology), DGO, Laparoscopic sterilisation Training (Family planning Association Of India), Endoscopic Training (Cemast)
Consultant Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Mon, Wed, Sat : 6 pm to 8 pm