A gynaecological laparoscopy is a procedure where your surgeon uses a camera (laparoscope) to see inside your lower abdomen (tummy).
This means they will be able to see your uterus (womb), fallopian tubes and ovaries.
Benefits of laparoscopic gynecological surgery can include less pain compared to open abdominal surgery, fewer complications, less scarring, shorter hospital stays, and faster recovery.
Many patients go home the same day (outpatient surgery) or the next morning.
Laparoscopy has many uses, including the diagnosis and treatment of
3. Ovarian cysts
4. Ectopic pregnancy
6. Pelvic problems such as urinary incontinence
7. Pelvic support
Many surgical procedures that used to be performed through larger abdominal incisions are now performed laparoscopically.