This is a procedure where a surgeon, preferably a gynecologist examines the internal organs to diagnose a specific gynecologic condition or for an operative purpose. Gynecologic Laparoscopy is performed in patients where the root cause of a problem cannot be diagnosed through other medical examinations like Ultrasound, X-Ray, etc., gynecologic laparoscopic surgery is preferred to diagnose any infertility related problems since it is safe and leaves behind less or minimal postoperative scar. The important aspect of preferring gynecologic laparoscopy is that the recovery time is faster than the conventional operative procedure. These are the major reasons to opt for a diagnostic laparoscopy.
Gynecologic Laparoscopy Is Opted To Diagnose:
1) Ovarian Cyst formation
4) Ectopic Pregnancy
Gynecologic Laparoscopy plays a major role in performing and treating
- Laparoscopic Hysterectomy
- Tubal ligation
- Ovarian Cyst Removal
- Fibroids Removal
- Treating Urinary Incontinence
- Adhesion Removal
The patient is given general anaesthesia. After the patient goes out of conscious, carbon dioxide gas is injected into the patient’s abdomen through the umbilical area to protect the internal organs and protect it at a safer distance from the abdominal wall. This enables safe continuation of the procedure. Later a small incision is made through which internal images are captured through a laparoscope. Depending upon the necessity and other factors, your gynecologist could well decide on opting for a surgery. Another couple of incisions are made if a surgery is required. After the surgery gets over, the laparoscope and other instruments are taken out. The incisions are properly closed and covered up with a waterproof bandage.
Laparoscopy is used to find the causes of infertility and in treatment of many problems that cause infertility. It is useful in removal of fibroids, cysts, uterus and tubal pregnancy, which needed a open surgery when laparoscopy was not available.
The recovery period for a gynecologic laparoscopic is very important stage. Care should be taken to report any discomfort or abnormality to your doctor. Although a few complications are common, we list out some of the side effects or common experiences post a gynecologic laparoscopic surgery.
Most common experiences after surgery
- Mood Swings
- Pelvic Pain
- Right shoulder pain due to gas irritation
Gynecologic Laparoscopy is performed as a latest technique replacing the traditional operative procedure. Robotic interventions are also coming up to assist gynecologists perform accurate incisions and medical procedures involving uterus and ovaries.
Aashara hospital provides high risk pregnancy management and also the infrastructure and facilities are well equipped. Pediatric unit at Aashara will make your pregnancy experience a safe and memorable one. Aashara hospital is well equipped for all laparoscopic procedures with German high-quality Karl Storz instruments which makes complex surgeries also safe for patient.