Laparoscopic surgery of the uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes

Gynecological laparoscopy is a diagnostic and surgical method that allows the examination of a woman’s reproductive organs and, in the case of diagnosing abnormalities, the procedure to remove the lesions. The use of laparoscopy in gynecology is very wide, e.g. in order to:

  • localization and removal of intra-abdominal and peritubal adhesions
  • removal of cysts and nodules in the genital area
  • assessment of fallopian tubes patency
  • assessment of the structure and location of reproductive organs
  • surgery or removal of the uterus, ovaries or fallopian tubes

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Laparoscopy is a surgical procedure performed under general anesthesia. Before the procedure, the abdominal cavity is filled with carbon dioxide, which is designed to raise the abdominal wall and move the internal organs apart. The doctor makes small incisions through which he inserts a laparoscope – a device equipped with an optical set enabling the observation of the inside of the abdominal cavity and special surgical micro tools. The doctor, observing the image from the inside of the abdominal cavity on the monitor, uses micro-tools to operate on diseased tissues and organs. After the operation is completed, carbon dioxide is released that fills the abdominal cavity, the incisions are sewn together and the patient is awakened from anesthesia.

Always remember to inform your doctor about any medications you are taking and any comorbidities during your consultation. Patients with an indication for laparoscopy are qualified for procedures during consultations at the Gynecological Outpatient Clinic. The recommended preparation for the procedure or the tests required may vary depending on the procedure. For this reason, before the procedure, a comprehensive diagnosis should be performed in accordance with the doctor’s recommendations and properly prepared for the operation.

The most important advantage of laparoscopic surgery is the high precision and low invasiveness of the procedure (small incisions, minimal blood loss during the procedure).

The patient comes home the next day after the procedure. The recovery period after the procedure is 7-14 days. During this time, incision wounds heal, usually leaving no cosmetic defects. You should limit physical shipments during the recovery period.

Patients who struggle with comorbidities or who take regular medications must inform their doctor about this fact during the consultation qualifying for the procedure. You should follow the doctor’s instructions before the procedure, including appropriate diagnostic tests, and after the surgery during the convalescence period.

About the procedure

Laparoscopy is a surgical procedure performed under general anesthesia. Before the procedure, the abdominal cavity is filled with carbon dioxide, which is designed to raise the abdominal wall and move the internal organs apart. The doctor makes small incisions through which he inserts a laparoscope – a device equipped with an optical set enabling the observation of the inside of the abdominal cavity and special surgical micro tools. The doctor, observing the image from the inside of the abdominal cavity on the monitor, uses micro-tools to operate on diseased tissues and organs. After the operation is completed, carbon dioxide is released that fills the abdominal cavity, the incisions are sewn together and the patient is awakened from anesthesia.

Preperation

Always remember to inform your doctor about any medications you are taking and any comorbidities during your consultation. Patients with an indication for laparoscopy are qualified for procedures during consultations at the Gynecological Outpatient Clinic. The recommended preparation for the procedure or the tests required may vary depending on the procedure. For this reason, before the procedure, a comprehensive diagnosis should be performed in accordance with the doctor’s recommendations and properly prepared for the operation.

Convalescence

The most important advantage of laparoscopic surgery is the high precision and low invasiveness of the procedure (small incisions, minimal blood loss during the procedure).

The patient comes home the next day after the procedure. The recovery period after the procedure is 7-14 days. During this time, incision wounds heal, usually leaving no cosmetic defects. You should limit physical shipments during the recovery period.

Precautions

Patients who struggle with comorbidities or who take regular medications must inform their doctor about this fact during the consultation qualifying for the procedure. You should follow the doctor’s instructions before the procedure, including appropriate diagnostic tests, and after the surgery during the convalescence period.

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