Gynae Laparoscopy

Gynae Laparoscopy

Get gynae laparoscopy in Thane by Dr. Rohini Khera Bhatt. Dr. Rohini Khera Bhatt has a fellowship in minimal invasive surgery. Surgeries done by laparoscopic route ensure decreased blood loss, short hospital stay, decreased post-operative pain and better cosmetic results. Before a Gynae Laparoscopy, your gynaecologist may order blood tests or imaging tests. You may also need to fast or stop taking certain medications prior to the procedure. The surgery itself can take several hours, or even an entire day, depending on its complexity.

Diagnostic and Operative Hysteroscopy

Diagnostic and operative hysteroscopy are common procedures in gynecology. They are used to examine the endometrial cavity and perform certain procedures, including resection of polyps, fibroids, repair of the uterine cavity etc. This procedure doesn't require any skin incisions, and is usually performed shortly after a woman has her monthly period.

Diagnostic hysteroscopy can diagnose structural abnormalities within the uterus or confirm the results of other tests. It can also identify the presence of a blockage in the fallopian tubes, which can make it difficult to become pregnant. During operative hysteroscopy, a physician may remove a uterine abnormality that is causing abnormal uterine bleeding.

Diagnostic Laparoscopy

Diagnostic gynecological laparoscopy is a surgical procedure that is performed through the abdomen to detect a wide range of gynecological conditions. The procedure can be performed as a daycare procedure or as a hospital stay. This type of surgery is usually safe and involves a minimally invasive approach. The procedure can take anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour, depending on the condition that is being evaluated.

During the procedure, the doctor can evaluate the abdomen and pelvis via laparoscope and determine the treatment. Common causes include abdominal bleeding, abdominal adhesions, pelvic infections, endometriosis, and appendicitis. This type of diagnostic procedure can be very helpful in excluding other causes of abdominal pain, such as cancer. In some cases, a doctor may even be able to correct the problem during the same procedure.

Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy

Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy is a major surgery that removes the uterus, along with the cervix (the lower portion of the uterus, near the vagina) through small incisions. This surgery can be a good option if a woman is experiencing pelvic pain or if she wishes to end menstrual cycles. Although the procedure is invasive, it is not as invasive as a traditional hysterectomy.

Patients usually experience pain and discomfort for about four to six weeks after the procedure. After that, any bruising, swelling, or redness should dissipate. In some cases, the patient may experience burning in the area of the incision. She may also experience numbness in the lower legs. Unlike a traditional abdominal hysterectomy, this procedure leaves smaller scars.

Laparoscopic Myomectomy

Laparoscopic myomectomy is a minimally invasive surgery using an instrument known as a laparoscope. This instrument is inserted through a small incision, usually near the navel. Carbon dioxide gas is injected into the abdominal cavity, which makes it easier for the surgeon to perform the procedure. The surgeon can identify the fibroids and remove the fibroid while leaving the uterus safe

After surgery, patients are given oral pain medications to help reduce the amount of pain they experience during the recovery period. Afterward, patients may experience vaginal spotting or staining for a few days or weeks. The good news is that after the procedure, many women experience a significant reduction in menstrual bleeding or pelvic pain. Some even see an improvement in their fertility after the procedure. Nevertheless, a woman must wait about three to six months before trying to conceive.

Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy

Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy is a minimally invasive surgery used to remove cysts on the ovaries. It is an alternative to open surgery and is preferred by most gynaecologists. The procedure involves inserting a small telescope-like instrument, called a laparoscope, through a small incision. The doctor looks inside the abdomen and pelvis through the scope before using tiny surgical instruments to remove the cyst. In most cases, laparoscopic cystectomy is used for small, benign ovarian cysts.

Laparoscopic Cystectomy is an excellent alternative to open surgery. Patients with ovarian cysts that are too large to be removed using traditional methods may benefit from this procedure. However, prior to surgery, a doctor may recommend other diagnostic tests and procedures to ensure the cyst is benign.

Laparoscopic Tubal Ligation

Laparoscopic tubal ligation is an operation that involves closing the fallopian tubes by a small incision in the abdomen. It is performed under spinal or general anesthesia and takes about 30 minutes. The surgeon inserts a thin tube with a camera at one end into the belly. This allows the surgeon to see the uterus and fallopian tubes.

The laparoscopic procedure closes the fallopian tubes, which carry the egg to the uterus. It prevents the sperm from reaching the eggs and therefore prevents pregnancy. The procedure is performed on both fallopian tubes. It is a minimally invasive procedure that is recommended for women who are unable to use other methods of contraception.

Dr. Rohini Khera Bhatt (Consultant Gynecologist & Laparoscopic & Infertility Specialist) MBBS (KGMC-King George Medical University, Lucknow), MS (Gold Medalist), DNB, MRCOG (United Kingdom)