Dr. Rohini Gadhikar - Laparoscopic Surgeon in Aundh
At Gadhikar Clinic, we have an excellent Laparoscopic doctor in fertility enhancement surgery and offer excellent patient care. Dr. Rohini Gadhikar is leading Laparoscopic Surgeon in Aundh providing advanced treatments for Laparoscopic Surgery, laparoscopy incision, surgical laparoscopy. she is also committed to providing comprehensive treatment on infertility problems, hormonal imbalance as well as advanced medical treatments for women’s healthcare.
General Questions Asked About Laparoscopic Surgery
What is Laparoscopy?
Laparoscopy is a process in which the Laparoscopic Surgeon in Aundh can check abnormalities that might interfere with a woman’s ability to conceive. It is a day-care surgical procedure which requires inserting a small telescope through a small incision which is made below the belly button and another above the pubic bone. This allows the Laparoscopic doctor to visualize the fallopian tubes, uterus, and ovaries.
What are the benefits of laparoscopy for infertility?
There are various benefits of Laparoscopic surgical treatment. The main advantage is that the pain, as well as haemorrhaging, is reduced as the incisions are shorter and healing is faster.
We, at Gadhikar Clinic , Pune, carry out a day-care laparoscopy treatment where the patient is admitted at 6 am and discharged by 6 pm on the same day.
Who should go for Laparoscopic surgery?
Laparoscopic surgery is prescribed for women who have a tubal block, ovarian cyst and fibroids. Women with severe PCOS undergo drilling of the ovaries.
How laparoscopic surgery done?
Laparoscopic surgery is done under the influence of general anesthesia.
Once the anesthesia has taken effect, one little incision is also made below the belly button and another above the pubic bone and gas is filled into the abdomen; the telescope (laparoscope) is placed through the cut to examine the uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries.
What are the risks associated with Laparoscopy?
Each surgical procedure has risks. The risks linked with laparoscopy are very small. There might be minor difficulties due to anesthesia or the surgical procedure.
- Bruising: Around 2 in every 100 patients experience bruising around the belly button. This normally settles on its own. However, there are 1-1.2% possibilities that it can become infected and may need antibiotics.
- Damage to internal organs: 1 in 1000 cases experience harm to internal organs such as bowel or bladder due to the needle or telescope. If such an injury occurs, it is fixed through a larger incision in the abdomen. This built the hassle of a longer stay in the hospital, thereby extending the recovery time.
- Internal bleeding: Around 1 in every 5000 modes experience internal bleeding due to injury to blood vessels. Extensive surgery is required to repair the vessels.
- Developing a hernia: This is a very rare case, wherein the patient forms a hernia near the incision.
The expert team at Gadhikar Clinic meticulously handles all complication, if any occurred.