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Minimally Invasive Gynecology Surgery

The goal of this treatment is frequently to evaluate intrauterine scar tissue, fibroids, polyps, irregular bleeding, discomfort, and other structural problems. With specialized hysteroscopes, these diseases can even be treated by excising fibroids, polyps, or scar tissue.


Gynecology Surgery

Gynecologists typically perform surgery on the female reproductive system, which is referred to as gynecological surgery. Procedures for cancer, infertility, benign disorders, and incontinence are included. Sometimes, elective or cosmetic gynecological surgeries like hymenoplasty or labiaplasty are undertaken. 


Endoscopic and Laparoscopic Gynecology

Endoscopic surgery is mostly performed without making skin cuts. The doctor will access natural orifices like the mouth, anal canal, or vaginal hysterectomy to see within the body. 

In Laparoscopy, a surgeon will make keyhole-sized cuts to perform the surgery. 


Gynaecologic Center for 3D Laparoscopic Surgery, Infertility and Endometriosis Treatment

A quick recovery period and the highest success rate are guaranteed for our patients with the use of 3D technology in microsurgical therapy and complete laparoscopic and hysteroscopic diagnostics in modern minimally invasive gynecologic surgery (MIGS).

The most recent laparoscopic procedure with 3D imaging ensured precision, security, and microprecision of the surgical procedure.

KCIVI Hospital is a center for education that also hosts conferences and workshops worldwide for advanced gynecologic laparoscopy using 3D technology and real-time surgical transmission from the operating room.

Innovative Treatment Options

Owing to our patient’s health and welfare, we perform diagnostic laparoscopies using a minimally invasive technique. Gynecological laparoscopy is a surgical and diagnostic technique that makes it possible to examine a woman’s reproductive organs and remove disease lesions if an abnormality is found.


We Specialised in Advanced Gynecologic Surgery:

  • Laparoscopic diagnostic and surgery for infertility 3D
  • Laparoscopic ovarian and tubal microsurgery 3D
  • Laparoscopic treatment for endometriosis and tumor lesions 3D
  • Laparoscopic Tubal Ligation Reversal 3D (TLR)
  • Laparoscopic fibroid removal 3D
  • Laparoscopic hysterectomy TSH and LSH 3D Minimally invasive surgery for urinary stress incontinence (TVT, TOT)
  • Diagnostic hysteroscopy for infertility
  • Hysteroscopic myomectomy
  • Uterine and vaginal prolapse surgery

Why You Might Need Gynecological Surgery

There are many reasons why a woman may require gynecological surgery. Generally, gynecological surgeries are performed to treat disorders like 

  1. Endometriosis
  2. Fibroids (benign tumors)
  3. Ovarian cysts
  4. Cancer
  5. Pelvic inflammatory disease
  6. Chronic pelvic pain
  7. Uterine prolapse
  8. Irregular bleeding


Gynecology Surgeries Types

  • Hysterectomy

The surgical removal of the uterus and, most likely, the cervix is known as a hysterectomy. A hysterectomy may involve the removal of surrounding tissues and organs, including the ovaries and fallopian tubes, depending on the purpose of the procedure. During pregnancy, a fetus develops inside the uterus.

  • Laparoscopy 

During a laparoscopy, a major incision is not necessary for the surgeon to see inside your body. It aids in the diagnosis and occasionally the treatment of disorders that arise in the pelvis or abdomen.

  • Hysteroscopy

A hysteroscope is a thin, flexible tube with lights that is used to examine the inside of the cervix and uterus. The vagina is used by your healthcare provider to insert the gadget. Hysteroscopy may be used by your physician to: get a tissue sample (biopsy) and eliminate fibroid tumors and polyps.

  • Myomectomy 

The procedure involves the removal of uterine fibroids. Uterine fibroids are tissue growths that form in the uterus that are nearly always noncancerous. After a myomectomy, a person’s uterus is left intact, allowing for subsequent conception.

  • Endometrial Ablation

The process of endometrial ablation involves removing the endometrium, a thin layer of tissue that lines the uterus. The goal is to lessen or halt excessive menstrual bleeding. However, it is only applied to women who do not want to become parents soon.

Gynecologic Surgery Tests & Procedures

Wound Care After Gynecologic Surgery


General Care: Avoid applying creams, ointments, or other things to the incision unless your surgeon instructs you to do so. Make sure to consult your surgeon if the incision seems red, starts to open, or drains more than a few drops of blood or fluid.

Abdominal Incisions: Showering is a good way to maintain abdominal incision cleanliness. * You can use regular tap water to clean the incision instead of soap. Refrain from cleaning the place.

Vaginal Surgery: Stitches are frequently placed inside the vagina by women who have this type of surgery. It is not necessary to remove these since the sutures will fall out, usually after six weeks. As the sutures dissolve, it’s usual to experience some light vaginal bleeding or pink to brown vaginal discharge. You might notice bits of suture thread on your underwear or toilet paper as the sutures disintegrate.


Pain After Gynecologic Surgery

Pain or discomfort is common after certain gynecologic procedures. With time, pain should subside and can be controlled with medication, if necessary. Depending on the operation type, pain will vary in location and intensity. For instance, women undergoing skin incision procedures (such as laparoscopy or abdominal hysterectomy) may experience pain where the incision is made, and women undergoing internal uterine procedures (such as hysteroscopy or endometrial ablation) may experience cramping sensations that resemble menstrual cramps after the procedure.

  • Discomfort caused by gas 

Following surgery, abdominal bloating and cramping are frequent side effects. The accumulation of gas in the intestines is the cause of this. Usually just momentary, the pain will subside following a gastric or bowel movement. See your surgeon for advice if the bloating and pain are severe or do not go away.

  • Pain in the shoulders 

The use of gas to extend the abdomen during laparoscopic surgery can cause pain in the shoulder for women undergoing the procedure. Heat packs, administered carefully to prevent burns, can help relieve shoulder pain, which might linger up to a week.

You can take painkillers as needed, but it can be beneficial to take them on a specified schedule, usually every four to six hours if your pain is persistent, moderate to severe (during the first few days following a major surgery). This will lessen the likelihood that excruciating pain may return in between doses. If there is minimal or no pain, using painkillers is not required.


Vaginal Bleeding After Gynecologic Surgery

After gynecologic surgery, some minor vaginal spotting or bleeding is normal and may last for a few weeks. Sometimes, particularly in the first week following surgery, you may experience major bleeding episodes just after peeing or when you get up.

If the bleeding is severe (greater than a menstrual period OR soaks a big pad entirely in an hour), call your healthcare physician.

Tampons should not be used until your doctor gives the all-clear, however, pads can be utilized.


Activity After Gynecologic Surgery

Avoiding awkward postures or activities, using a folded blanket or pillow to support the belly, or placing a hot water bottle over the sore spot—making sure to cover it with a towel to prevent burns—are some strategies that some women find useful.

Urinary System After Gynecologic Surgery

Urinating may pull on your urinary tract, and you may have pain if urine gets on your vaginal stitches after vaginal surgery. Urinating a lot after surgery may be typical. If any of the following apply to you, contact your surgeon:

  • Burning while urinating
  • Having frequent or urgent urination needs but only passing small amounts of pee
  • Temperature (measured using a thermometer) higher than 38ºC
  • Upper Back pain on one side that lasts longer than an hour or keeps returning
  • Blood in your pee (you can use toilet tissue to cover your vagina to determine if this is merely vaginal blood spilling into the toilet)

The majority of women urinate every four to six hours, if not more regularly. You should contact your healthcare practitioner if you haven’t had urination in six or more hours while you’re awake, or if you feel like you need to go to the bathroom but can’t get the urge to go.

When to Call A Surgeon

Should you encounter any of the following, you ought to contact your surgeon:

  1. Severe abdominal discomfort or bloating that does not go away after taking the prescribed amount of painkillers and persists for three hours or longer
  2. Breathing difficulties or chest pain
  3. Heavy vaginal bleeding lasting more than an hour (heavier than a menstrual period or soaking a large sanitary pad entirely)
  4. Vomiting or nausea that keeps coming on for more than a day or that prevents you from eating or drinking
  5. Fever more than 38ºC (use a thermometer to check your temperature)
  6. Changes to the skin incision include redness, pus or fluid draining from it, or an opening.
  7. Swelling of a limb (arm or leg) that is significantly more on one side than green or dark yellow, foul-smelling vaginal discharge
  8. Being unable to urinate or experiencing burning when urinating
  9. Unable to pass stool for three days
  10. Bloody stools OR loose or watery stools that occur twice a day.

Why Choose Us for Endoscopic Gynecology Surgery

At KCM Clinic, we treat even the most severe reproductive system problems using the most up-to-date diagnostic techniques. A lot of surgeries are carried out laparoscopically using 3D technology, which assures patient safety, excellent procedure quality, and quicker patient recovery.




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