Gynaec Surgeries

Motherhood Hospital is a centre of excellence for minimally invasive gynaecological surgery. We cater to all gyanecological conditions, offering the best minimally invasive option for treatment using the latest technology. With the advancements in technology and training, many surgeries can now be performed using small incisions requiring only a few stitches which reduces trauma caused to the body. We provide our expertise on a wide array of gynaecological needs that require medical intervention through surgery.

What conditions require gynecological surgeries?

Women of different age groups sometimes suffer from pelvic or lower abdominal pain that maybe steady or occur from time to time accompanied by abnormal bleeding or extremely heavy flow. These symptoms indicate internal problems like uterine fibroids, endometriosis, cysts or prolapse. After thorough diagnosis, your gynaecologist will suggest the required treatment options like fibroid or cyst removal and in certain cases, uterus removal as well. The treatment is suggested by specialists after thorough understanding of your condition, keeping in mind what is best for your health and recovery.

Why minimally invasive gynecological surgeries (MIS)?

Minimal invasion ensures minimal scaring, reduced blood loss, faster recovery, shorter surgery
time, comparatively lower levels of pain and quicker return to your normal routine. Minimal incision surgeries are performed through laparoscopy and hysteroscopy. These advancements are procedure that enables the doctors to examine the organs in the abdominal cavity with precision and care. A fibre-optic instrument that is fitted with a camera and light is used for the surgical procedure that enables them to observe the insides with a great detail. The surgery then becomes low-risk and minimally invasive as it requires only small incisions.

Why Motherhood Hospitals?

The team of experts at Motherhood are known for their diverse knowledge, excellence in the field and years of experience in women’s surgical health care. Our gynaecologists listen, understand your problems and provide a suitable solution after thorough diagnosis that will help you achieve the best possible results and quality of life. With our experienced staff, state-of-the-art infrastructure and well-equipped laboratory services, we are certain that we can cater to all your needs and provide you a safe and effective solution. Our experts will recommend you treatment options after careful examination and even collaborate with experts from other fields of expertise like uro-gynaecology, gynecologic oncology and reproductive endocrinology if required, to ensure you receive the best multi-disciplinary care.

Adhesions are scar tissues that connect pelvic structures that are normally separate and appear as a response to inflammation due to tissue damage. The procedure is basically the lysis/removal of adhesions through laparoscopic dissection.

It is a surgical treatment for the removal of pelvic adhesions that cause chronic pelvic pain. Adhesiolysis provides relief from chronic pelvic pain and recurrent bowel obstruction for women with prior abdominal surgery that could have unpredictable scar tissue formation.

Bilateral Endometriotic Cyst, also known as the chocolate cyst is a sac or pouch growing on the ovary that contains fluids or even semi-solid materials. In simple terms, it is a blood-filled cyst found in the ovaries. Endometriotic cyst affects a large number of women at some point of time and requires medical intervention. We at Motherhood are well adept at diagnosis and treatment of Endometriotic cyst.

Tubal clipping is a method of sterilization for women. In this method, the fallopian tubes are removed or cut and closed shut with clips which prevent the sperm from reaching the egg.

What are polyps?

A polyp is an abnormal tissue growth on a mucous membrane. These are small, flat bumps, or tiny mushroom-like stalks usually less than half-an-inch wide. Polyps can develop in various parts of the body like:

All you need to know about Hysteroscopic Polypectomy

The monthly menstruation cycle can be a struggle for most women bringing along with it pain, cramps, bloating, and mood swings. These issues can mostly be tackled with medication and healthy lifestyle but in severe cases, consulting a doctor regarding your reproductive health is a good idea. Your health care specialist in such cases recommends you a hysteroscopy. This procedure can help to identify the issue related to your pain by giving her/him an up-close look at your cervix and uterus.

A lap oophorectomy is a surgical procedure to remove the ovary. The procedure may involve removal of one or both the ovaries, depending on the condition. Removal of only one ovary is known as unilateral oophorectomy, while removal of both the ovaries is known as bilateral oophorectomy. There are various conditions in which the doctor may recommend an oophorectomy surgery.

What is Laparoscopic Myomectomy?

Uterine fibroids are the most common benign tumours which occur in reproductive age group women. Uterine fibroids are detected in a small but significant number of infertile women. Laparoscopic myomectomy is a surgical procedure which is used to remove uterine fibroids which are also called as leiomyomas. At present, it is the most common surgical procedures in infertile patients. This procedure is done by making small incisions in the lower abdomen and then belly is filled with carbon dioxide to help the surgeon see inside the abdomen. The laparoscope is placed in one of the incisions; the laparoscope is a thin, lighted tube with a camera on the end.

What is Hysterectomy?

Hysterectomy is defined as a procedure to remove the uterus. It can be used to treat a number of chronic pain conditions, types of cancer and infections. After a hysterectomy, you will stop having menstrual periods.

Mostly ovarian cysts are nothing to worry about, it comes and goes naturally. But, everyone is unique, therefore; it is always advisable to consult your doctor about your present medical condition. If the cyst does not go away easily by the means of natural and allopathic methods, surgery is an option. Cystectomy is a surgical procedure for the removal of ovarian cysts. It can either be done laparoscopically or with an open surgery.

Salpingectomy is the surgical removal one or both fallopian tubes. The tubes are the pathways that allow the eggs to travel to the uterus form the ovaries. In this procedure, a tiny incision is made in the abdomen from which a laparoscope is inserted.

A laparoscope is a long tool that has a light and camera which enables the surgeon to get a clear view of the organs when the abdomen is inflated with gas. A few small incisions are made to insert tools for the removal making it a minimally invasive procedure.

What is Tubal Ligation?

It is a type of permanent birth control and also called as tubal sterilization. It blocks an egg from travelling from the ovaries through the fallopian tubes and also blocks sperm from travelling up the fallopian tubes to the egg.

It can be done at any time, after childbirth or with abdominal surgery such as a C-section. This procedure may also decrease your risk of ovarian cancer, especially if the fallopian tubes are removed. This procedure cannot be reversed.

The Minimally Invasive Gynaecologic Surgery Division at Motherhood caters to all gynaecologic conditions, offering the best minimally invasive option for all using the latest technology. With the advancements in technology and training, many surgeries can now be performed using small incisions requiring only a few stitches, which in turn reduces trauma caused to the body. We provide our expertise on a wide array of gynaecological needs that require medical intervention through surgery.

During a normal pregnancy, the egg and sperm meet and fertilization takes place in the fallopian tube. After fertilization, the fertilized egg moves to the uterus after 4 to 5 days, where it attaches itself and continues to grow for the next nine months. But, if the fertilized egg gets implanted in the fallopian tube or anywhere else in the abdomen, it is called an ectopic pregnancy, a condition that requires immediate treatment.

What is Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)?

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) is also called as pelvic infection and is described as an infection of the female reproductive organs which includes fallopian tubes, the ovaries, the cervix, and the uterus. It can be extremely dangerous and life-threatening, if the infection spreads to the blood.

Types of Hysterectomy Procedures and its Complications

The types of Hysterectomy Procedures are:

Total Abdominal Hysterectomy: In this procedure, the incision is made five inches long in the abdomen to remove the uterus.

Open Surgery Hysterectomy: It is the most common approach to hysterectomy surgery. An abdominal hysterectomy is an open surgery. In this, the surgeon makes a 5 to 7-inch incision across the belly.

Breast cancer awareness has been on the rise because, after lung cancer, breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death among women. A surgical procedure that has been gaining light over the years, a mastectomy is the removal of one or both breasts for treating, preventing or preventing the recurrence of breast cancer.

What Fallopian Tube Procedures Help With Fertility?

Getting pregnant is a very complicated process. Every month in the middle of the menstrual cycle ovulation occurs and during the ovulation period, the fallopian tubes carry an egg from an ovary to the uterus. If an egg is fertilized by sperm, it moves through the tube to the uterus for implantation. However, if the fallopian tube is blocked, the passage for sperm to get to the eggs, as well as the passage back to the uterus for the fertilized egg is blocked.

Vaginal prolapse is a condition where a part of the vagina stretches or sags, causing it to drop or protrude on other organs or parts of the body. This condition occurs due to the weakness of the muscles and tissues surrounding and supporting the pelvic floor and vagina. Itis often accompanied by prolapse or expansion of support structures of the uterus. Prolapse can be of different types based on the organ/structure involved:

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