Monday, 10 October 2016

Know More About Laparoscopic Surgery and Its Benefits

Laparoscopic Surgery is a modern surgical technique in which operations are performed far from their location through small incisions (usually 0.5–1.5 cm) elsewhere in the body. It is also called minimally invasive surgery (MIS), Band-Aid surgery, or key-hole surgery.

How the surgical procedure of Laparoscopy is done?
A surgical procedure done through Laparoscopy involves inserting a telescope like a device into a small cut, or insertion made through the navel (umbilicus). This permits an internal view of the abdominal and pelvic organs such as the uterus, ovaries, and fallopian tubes. It also helps to identify defects such as endometriosis, scar tissue, and fibroid tumours found in the abdominal cavity.
How Laparoscopic surgery is different from Conventional surgery?  
  1. Laparoscopic Surgery: It is less invasive and scarring is minimal. Each cut made is not more that 1cms and hence heals very quickly and easily. It can be done under general anaesthesia.
  2. Conventional Surgery: A huge cut is made on the bikini line (Lower Abdomen) which is about 10 cms long. It is done under general anaesthesia.
When should I opt for surgery?
Read further, to clear your doubts. If you are still persisted with the doubts, you can consult your doctor for when and how things can be done.
On the first consultation with the doctor, simple indications can be isolated.
  • Vaginal pain on the penetration of male sex organ causing reduced satisfaction during intercourse. On examination, it can be identified that the vagina is tight and male organ has not completely entered the vagina.
  • The heavy flow of blood during regular periods. This can be ruled out by examination for enlarged fibroids in the uterus.
  • Painful and heavy period flow along with pain during in-depth penetration intercourse. A proper examination of the vagina may show a tender thickened tissue area seen at the top of the vagina, which is an indication of endometriosis.
  • History of past surgery where examination indicates uterus is fixed in one position instead of being movable. This can mean that there is fibrous tissue growths formed as a result of injury during previous surgery.
  • If you have had previously terminated pregnancies with a partner and still not able to conceive with the same partner. This can mean that your termination of pregnancy could have caused an infection and blocked the fallopian tubes, causing infertility.
  • Meet the best specialists in Laparoscopic Surgery for Fertility in India at Punya Hospitals.

Punya Hospital offers Best Laparoscopic Surgery in Bangalore. In the  hospital  you are served with top Laparoscopic Surgeons, Infertility Specialists, Bariatric (Obesity) Surgeons, Joint Replacement Specialists, Cardiologists, Arthroscopic Specialists, Laparoscopic Gynaecologists, Gastroenterologists, Neurologists, Intensive Care Specialists, Vascular Surgeons, Endocrinologists and Plastic Surgeons, Neuro-Surgeons, Neonatologists, Pulmonologists in the country.

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