1. Is there any complication associated with laparoscopy?
Although there is very less risk of complications in laparoscopic procedure but general complications of any surgical procedure like bleeding and infection cannot be eliminated. Very rarely it can cause injury to the abdominal organs, intestines, urinary bladder or blood vessels.
2. Can open surgery be required after laparoscopic surgery?
There is a chance of “conversion” of laparoscopic surgery to the open procedure in some rare cases where abnormality cannot be traced via small incisions.
3. Can previously openly operated individuals benefit from laparoscopic surgery?
Although there is high risk of laparoscopic procedure being converted into these individuals but it also depends upon the need and possibility of laparoscopic procedure.
4. Will there be pain similar to “open” procedures?
Laparoscopic surgery is not completely “pain-less”, but definitely “less-painful”. It is majorly because of small incisions as compared to larger incisions of traditional open surgery.
5. What are the risks of laparoscopic surgery?
The risks are similar for both laparoscopic and open surgery but there are fewer chances of risks after laparoscopic surgery as compared to open procedure.
6. What are possible complications following laparoscopic surgery?
7. When to contact the physician after laparoscopy?
Patient should not hesitate to call or visit the doctor in case of any of the following symptoms:
8. What is Hysteroscopy?
Hysteroscopy is a procedure performed with a thin telescope (hysteroscope) that is inserted through the cervix into the uterus to diagnose and operate abnormalities of the uterus.
9. What are the advantages of Hysteroscopy?
10. What is the best time to perform hysteroscopy?
It should be ideally performed during the first week or so after menstrual period as physician can best view the inside of the uterus.
11. When is hysteroscopy used?
Hysteroscopy may be used either as diagnostic or operative to diagnose and operate on various abnormalities of uterus and may also be used to confirm the results of other tests such as hysterosalpingography (HSG).
Diagnostic hysteroscopy can diagnose certain conditions like:
12. An operative hysteroscopy may be used to treat conditions like:
13. What are the risks & complications of hysteroscope?
Like any other procedure, following risks & complications are associated with hysteroscope:
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