- Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy
- How to Prepare?
- When To Visit A Doctor
- Risks or Complications
- Frequently Asked Questions:
- Consult Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy Doctor
What Is Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy
When To Visit A Doctor?
- Fever and chills are symptoms of infection.
- Incisional redness, edema, profuse bleeding, or discharge.
- Pain that you cannot treat with the medication doctor has prescribed.
- Over one pad is soaked each hour of vaginal bleeding.
- Pain, burning, urgency or frequency of urination, or blood in the urine for an extended period.
- Leg swollenness, redness, or pain.
- New or worsening symptoms
What Happens in Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy?
What Are The Risks or Complications?
Dr Vindhya Gemaraju
Sr. Consultant OBGY & vNOTES Laparoscopy surgeon
MBBS, DGO, DNB
Experience: 13 Years
Hyderabad : Get Directions
Frequently Asked Questions:
The procedure to remove a cyst from your ovary is known as an ovarian cystectomy. Laparoscopic surgery is a minimally invasive surgical technique that uses only a few small incisions in the lower abdomen.
Anesthesia numbs the area, so you won't feel any discomfort even if you're awake during the procedure. During laparoscopy, the surgeon makes an incision below the navel and then inserts a small tube called a cannula.
Most cysts can be removed laparoscopically. This is a type of minimally invasive surgery in which small cuts are made in the belly and gas is injected into the pelvis to allow the surgeon access to the ovaries.