Frequently Asked Questions

Laparoscopy, also known as diagnostic laparoscopy, is a surgical diagnostic procedure used to examine the organs inside the abdomen. It’s a low-risk, minimally invasive procedure that requires only small incisions.

Laparoscopy uses an instrument called a laparoscope to look at the abdominal organs. A laparoscope is a long, thin tube with a high-intensity light and a high-resolution camera at the front. The instrument is inserted through an incision in the abdominal wall. As it moves along, the camera sends images to a video monitor.

Laparoscopy allows your doctor to see inside your body in real time, without open surgery. Your doctor also can obtain biopsy samples during this procedure.

It is the modern surgical technique in which operations are performed through small incisions( 5mm – 10mm) by camera, light & specialized instruments with expert hands.

There are several names of Laparoscopic surgery

  • Minimal invasive surgery
  • Key Hole surgery
  • Band aid Surgery

Patient can be discharged on the same day or next day following surgery. Minimum pain after surgery, liquids allowed 4-6 hours after surgery. Return to normal activity maximum 7 days post operative. But certain advices by your doctor should be followed strictly.

Leave this decision to your gynecologist. Patient medical illness, extent of surgery, risk stratification should be under consideration.

  • Tiredness
  • Slight shoulder pain due to residual Carbon di oxide in the abdomen which was used for surgery.
  • Sore throat due to anesthesia.
  • Nausea
  • Little pain in the abdomen or no pain.

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