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Surgery Experts team provide these type of Ginecological surgeries

  • Plastic surgery of labia minora
  • Diagnostic laparoscopy/salpingoscopy
  • Diagnostic hysteroscopy
  • Hysteroscopic biopsy of the endometrium
  • Hysteroscopic polypectomy from uterus
  • Laparotomic hysterectomy (surgical removal of the uterus through abdominal incision)
  • Vaginal hysterectomy (removal of the uterus through the top of the vagina)
  • Laparoscopic myomectomy
  • Laparoscopic removal of ovarian cysts
  • Laparoscopic removal of uterus

Plastic surgery of labia minora (Enquire)

Labiaplasty is a simple surgery to remove redundant tissue of the labia minora (vaginal lips), labia majora (outer lips) or around the clitoris (clitoral hood reduction).

Diagnostic laparoscopy/salpingoscopy


Laparoscopic surgery is usually performed only after other infertility testing has been done. Certain patients with fertility problems may benefit from a diagnostic and/or an operative laparoscopy. For example, if you have pelvic pain that is symptomatic of endometriosis or pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), your doctor may use laparoscopy to determine the source of the pain (adhesions, scar tissue) and treat it.

At the time of your surgery, your doctor will examine your fallopian tubes to see if they are open. In addition, laparoscopy will evaluate the relationship between your ovaries and fallopian tubes.

Diagnostic hysteroscopy (Enquire)

Hysteroscopy is a form of minimally invasive surgery. The surgeon inserts a tiny telescope (hysteroscope) through the cervix into the uterus. The hysteroscope allows the surgeon to visualize the inside of the uterine cavity on a video monitor. The uterine cavity is then inspected for any abnormality. The surgeon examines the shape of the uterus, the lining of the uterus and looks for any evidence of intrauterine pathology (fibroids or polyps). The surgeon also attempts to visualize the openings to the fallopian tubes (tubal ostia).

Hysteroscopic biopsy of the endometrium (Enquire)

An endometrial biopsy is a way to take a small sample of the lining of the uterus (endometrium). The sample is looked at under a microscope for abnormal cells. An endometrial biopsy helps find any problems in the endometrium. It also lets your doctor check to see if your body's hormone levels that affect the endometrium are in balance, or to check for cancer.

The lining of the uterus changes throughout a woman's menstrual cycle. Early in the menstrual cycle, the lining grows thicker until a mature egg is released from an ovary (ovulation). If the egg is not fertilized by a sperm, the lining is shed during normal menstrual bleeding.

Hysteroscopic polypectomy from uterus


 Uterine polyps are kind of non cancerous overgrowth of cells of the inner wall of the uterus that extend into the uterine cavity. These uterine polyps develop in the lining of the uterus (endometrium). It is also known as endometrial polyps. The size of the polyps ranges from a few millimetres to several centimetres to golf ball sized or larger. Usually polyps are attached to the uterine wall by a large base or thin stalk. Usually these polyps are attached to the walls of the uterus. Sometimes the polyp also may slip down through the opening of the uterus into the vagina. Hysteroscopic polypectomy is a useful surgical procedure to remove the polyps keeping the uterus intact.

Laparotomic hysterectomy (surgical removal of the uterus through abdominal incision)


Laparoscopic hysterectomy involves removing the entire uterus with minimally-invasive techniques, using a narrow telescope-like instrument (laparoscope) to see the inside of the abdomen. Under complete general anesthesia, the abdomen is first inflated with carbon dioxide gas to create space for operating. Four or five incisions (1/4 to ½ inch each) are made in the navel and lower abdomen to allow insertion of both the laparoscope and long, narrow instruments through tubes called “ports.” (When using the robot, the incisions are higher up, at the level of the belly button and higher up towards the head.)  A normal sized uterus, once it is detached from its supports, can be removed through the vagina.  A large uterus can be reduced to smaller pieces using a laparoscopic morcellator. With our long experience and high volume, we are comfortable removing a uterus as large as a 30 week pregnancy.

Once the uterus is removed, the inside edges of the vagina are brought together using suture, which is readily done laparoscopically. We credit our extensive laparoscopic experience over the years for this achievement.

Vaginal hysterectomy (removal of the uterus through the top of the vagina) (Enquire)

Hysterectomy is a surgical procedure in which the uterus is removed. There are several types of hysterectomy.

A partial hysterectomy is when only the upper part of the uterus is removed and your cervix is left in place. This is also known as a supracervical hysterectomy.

A total hysterectomy is when both the uterus and cervix are removed.

A radical hysterectomy, or a total hysterectomy with bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy, is when the uterus and cervix are removed along with surrounding structures, such as the ovaries and fallopian tubes.

The most common reason for a hysterectomy is uterine fibroids. Others reasons include:

  • endometriosis, which is an overgrowth of tissue in the uterine lining
  • adenomyosis, which occurs when endometrial tissue grows into the walls of the uterus
  • uterine prolapse
  • abnormal bleeding
  • chronic pelvic pain
  • a gynecologic cancer or precancer

There are three ways to perform a hysterectomy:

  • abdominally, through a surgical incision
  • laparoscopically
  • vaginally

Laparoscopic myomectomy (Enquire)

Myomectomy is a surgical procedure to remove uterine fibroids — also called leiomyomas. These common noncancerous growths appear in the uterus, usually during childbearing years, but they can occur at any age.

The surgeon's goal during myomectomy is to take out symptom-causing fibroids and reconstruct the uterus. Unlike a hysterectomy, which removes your entire uterus, a myomectomy removes only the fibroids and leaves your uterus intact.

Women who undergo myomectomy report improvement in fibroid symptoms, including heavy menstrual bleeding and pelvic pressure.

Laparoscopic removal of ovarian cysts (Enquire)

Laparoscopic removal of ovarian cysts is a surgical procedure to treat cysts, or liquid-filled growths, that have developed in the ovaries. A laparoscopic camera is inserted through a small incision in the navel. Two to three other specialized surgical instruments are inserted through tiny incisions made in the lower belly.

Laparoscopic removal of uterus (Enquire)

A vaginal hysterectomy is surgery to remove the uterus through the vagina. It is a way to take the uterus out through a cut in the vagina instead of a cut in your belly. The ovaries or fallopian tubes (other female organs) may also be removed when the uterus is removed.

The uterus (womb) is the muscular organ at the top of the vagina. Babies grow in the uterus, and menstrual blood comes from the uterus. If you were having menstrual periods before the surgery, you will no longer have them after the operation. Without your uterus you will not be able to get pregnant.

When a vaginal hysterectomy is assisted with laparoscopy, your healthcare provider uses a tool called a laparoscope to help with the removal. A laparoscope is a lighted tube with a camera that is placed through a small cut near your belly button. When laparoscopy is used, you will have only small cuts in your belly. This means you will probably have less pain after this operation than if your uterus was removed through a larger cut in your belly, and recovery is usually faster. Some healthcare providers may use a robot to help with this type of hysterectomy.

This procedure does not leave a large visible scar. (You may have very small scars from the 2 or 3 tiny cuts in your belly that were used to place tools into your belly.)

Prices for Gynaecological surgery


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Plastic surgery of labia minora


Diagnostic laparoscopy/salpingoscopy


Diagnostic hysteroscopy


Hysteroscopic biopsy of the endometrium


Hysteroscopic polypectomy from uterus


Laparotomic hysterectomy (surgical removal of the uterus through abdominal incision)


Vaginal hysterectomy (removal of the uterus through the top of the vagina)


Laparoscopic myomectomy


Laparoscopic removal of ovarian cysts


Laparoscopic removal of uterus


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