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Laparoscopic pelvic surgery in India at Mumbai, Hyderabad and Chennai attract international patients with its excellent reputation, modern tertiary hospital setting, world-class results and low cost ...

Laparoscopic pelvic surgery in India at Mumbai, Hyderabad and Chennai attract international patients with its excellent reputation, modern tertiary hospital setting, world-class results and low cost budget.

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    • Reasonable Price Laparoscopic Pelvic Surgery in India: Plan it Laparoscopic pelvic surgery in India at Mumbai, Hyderabad and Chennai attract international patients with its excellent reputation, modern tertiary hospital setting, world-class results and low cost budget. Many people travel abroad for treatment because they are uninsured and are unable to afford the high cost of medical treatment at home. Those that are insured and need medical treatment find themselves on unbearable waiting lists. Medical tourism in India arranges there treatment not only at low cost but also with no waiting list. Treatment of Laparoscopic Pelvic surgery is a major field of experienced surgeons in India. Laparoscopic pelvic surgery is a surgical procedure that examines and treats pelvic organs through a small surgical viewing instrument inserted into the abdomen at the navel. While you are deep asleep and pain-free under general anesthesia, the doctor makes a half-inch surgical cut in the skin below the navel. Carbon dioxide gas is pumped into the abdomen to help the doctor see the organs more easily. The laparoscope, an instrument that looks like a small telescope on a flexible tube, is inserted so the doctor can view the area. Other instruments may be inserted through other small cuts in the lower abdomen to get tissue samples or do other procedures. After the laparoscopy, the carbon dioxide gas is released, and the surgeon closes the cuts with stitches. Pelvic laparoscopy is used both for diagnosis and treatment. Pelvic congestion refers to a malfunction in the veins of the pelvic area. Blood should normally flow from the pelvic area to the heart. There are valves in these veins that keep the blood from retreating back. If the valves malfunction, then blood can flow backward and settle down in the pelvic area. This can cause many different symptoms and ultimately pelvic congestion syndrome. How the procedure of Laparoscopic pelvic surgery is performed: Pelvic laparoscopy is used both for diagnosis and treatment. It may be recommended for: 1. Diagnosing a woman who may have appendicitis or salpingitis. 2. Evaluating infertility.
    • 3. Looking at and removing an abnormal pelvic mass found on abdominal ultrasound. 4. Pelvic pain due to: 4.1 Infections that don't respond to drug therapy. 4.2 Uterine tissue found outside the uterus in the abdomen 4.3 Ovarian cyst. 4.4 Scar tissue (adhesions) in pelvis. 4.5 Suspected twisting (torsion) of an ovary 5. Removing the uterus (hysterectomy). 6. Removing uterine fibroids (myomectomy). 7. Surgically treating a tubal pregnancy. Pelvic laparoscopy is not recommended for patients with: 1. Severe obesity. 2. Severe adhesions in the pelvis from other surgeries. Advantage of Laparoscopic pelvic surgery: There are number of advantages to the patients with laparoscopic surgery versus an open procedure. 1. Reduced hemorrhaging, which reduces the chance of needing a blood transfusion. 2. Smaller incision, which reduces pain and shortens recovery time. 3. Less pain, leading to less pain medication needed. Risks: General anesthesia poses the risk of reactions to medications, including breathing problems. Risks for any surgery include: 1. Bleeding 2. Damage to nearby organs and tissues 3. Infection Diagnostic laparoscopic surgery is commonly used to diagnose endometriosis and pelvic congestion syndrome. With laparoscopy, the doctor can visually inspect the outside of the uterus, ovaries and other pelvic features that may be affected. An MRI may also be used to aid in the diagnosis of pelvic congestion syndrome. The veins affected by pelvic congestion syndrome look like varicose veins. They are essentially the same thing, bulging stretching veins whose valves are not working right. Occasionally, women will have varicose vein
    • treatment in their legs and experience no relief of symptoms. Sometimes this is because the problem is stemming from pelvic congestion disorder. A tipped or prolapsed uterus can put you at a higher risk for this disorder. Multiple pregnancies may also put you at a higher risk due to the strain that it has on your uterus and surrounding organs. The Laparoscopic procedure for Pelvic surgery: Laparoscopy is usually performed under general anesthesia; however it can be performed with other types of anesthesia that permit the patient to remain awake. The typical pelvic laparoscopy involves a small incision in the belly button or lower abdomen. The abdominal cavity is filled with carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide causes the abdomen to swell, which lifts the abdominal wall away from the internal organs. That way, the doctor has more room to work. Next, a laparoscope (a one-half inch fiber-optic rod with a light source and video camera) is inserted through the belly button. The video camera permits the surgeon to see inside the abdominal area on video monitors located in the operating room. Depending on the reason for the laparoscopy, the physician may perform surgery through the laparoscope by inserting various instruments into the laparoscope while using the video monitor as a guide. The video camera also allows the surgeon to take pictures of any problem areas he discovers. After the Procedure: Laparoscopic procedures are growing more popular with doctors, especially with the introduction of more high-tech laparoscopes. Many of the procedures can be done the same day on an outpatient basis, but you may need to stay overnight. The average time of surgery is about an hour, but this depends on the procedure performed. Unless major problems are uncovered during the procedure (such as severe bleeding or a tubal pregnancy), laparoscopy may be the only operation needed. India is one of the best options to go for laparoscopic pelvic surgery and tour as well. India offers World Class Medical Facilities, comparable with any of the western countries. India has state of the art Hospitals and the best qualified doctors. With the best infrastructure, the best possible Medical facilities, accompanied with
    • the most competitive prices, you can get the treatment done in India at the lowest charges. As more and more patients from Europe, the USA and other nations with high medical costs look for effective options, healthcare tourism in India is definitely on the cards for most of them and the fast growing Indian corporate health sector is fully geared to meet that need. For more information about Laparoscopic pelvic surgery in India, log in to: www.indialaparoscopysurgerysite.com or mail your queries at info@indialaparoscopysurgerysite.com , +91-9579129423