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Detection and Operation by Telescope System

Laparoscopy is a method to look at the organs in your pelvic area and reproductive organs. This method can be utilized to diagnose various medical conditions and take biopsies (sample) of tissue that is tested.

A laparoscopy is usually a safe procedure.

A laparoscope is a thin tube similar to a telescope that is passed through a bit of cut in your abdomen. With the help of the laparoscope, we can look directly at your uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, liver, pancreas, gallbladder, spleen, and stomach.

We suggest a laparoscopy if other diagnostic tests such as ultrasound and X-ray can't find the cause of a condition. We may utilize Laparoscopy to:

• Discover the reason for pain in the pelvic and abdominal regions.
• Check the blockage of the fallopian tubes or for other causes for infertility.
• Examine a tissue mass.
• Diagnose endometriosis or pelvic inflammatory disease.

A laparoscopy is done while you're resting in a slightly tilted position, with your head lower than your feet. You'll be given a general anesthetic to loosen up your muscles and prevent pain during the procedure.
Then, a little incision is made close to the navel. The laparoscope is passed through this incision. Your abdomen is dilated to make the organs easier to look at.


After the procedure, you'll stay in a recovery room for around 60 minutes. At that point, you will be taken to an outpatient surgery unit for observation.

You will be released after you get all the guidelines for your home recovery. Mostly the patient can leave the clinic around four hours after Laparoscopy.

You'll be asked to get back for medical services at our clinic for follow-up appointments within two weeks to about two months of your Laparoscopy. Also, confirm your follow-up appointments before leaving our clinic.

It is very important to have a companion with you whenever to come to us for this procedure, as you cannot drive home on your own after this. You have to take complete rest with minimum physical activities.

Is Laparoscopy safe?

There is no risk involved in this procedure. It is a safe process. One advantage of this method is that it helps us to make an accurate diagnosis of your condition.

We have all the facilities for a successful laparoscopy if you want to get one done for diagnosis. You will be taken good care of here.

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