Your doctor will make a small incision in your navel and insert the laparoscope. During the procedure, the abdomen is filled with a gas Filling the abdomen with gas allows the pelvic reproductive organs to be seen more clearly. The laparoscope shows the pelvic organs on a screen. Other incisions may be made in the abdomen for surgical instruments. These incisions usually are no more than one 5 mm. Another instrument, called a uterine manipulator, may be inserted through the cervix and into the uterus. This instrument is used to move the organs into view. Dr Mehul Sukhadiya has a patented design of mainipulator called Sukhadiya manipulator, which reduces the operative time and thus helps in early post operative recovery.What is involved in recovery?
If you had general anesthesia, you will wake up in the recovery room. You will feel sleepy for a few hours. You may have some nausea from the anesthesia. If you have had an outpatient procedure, you must have someone drive you home. You may be sore around the incisions made in your abdomen and navel. Sometimes, the tube put in your throat to help you breathe during the surgery may give you a sore throat for a few days. If so, try throat lozenges or gargle with warm salt water. If pain and nausea do not go away after a few days or become worse, you should contact your doctor..What are the benefits of laparoscopic surgery?
Laparoscopy has many benefits. There is less pain after laparoscopic surgery than with open abdominal surgery, which involves larger incisions, longer hospital stays, and a longer recovery. The risk of infection also is lower. You will be able to recover from laparoscopic surgery faster than from open abdominal surgery. It often can be done as outpatient surgery, so you usually will not have to spend the night in the hospital. The smaller incisions that are used allow you to heal faster and have smaller scars.What are the reasons for having to undergo hysterectomy?
A hysterectomy may be done to treat conditions that affect the uterus: