What is Gynae Endoscopy?

It is a matter of fact that today; a large number of  gynaecological problems can be diagnosed and treated surgically through smaller cuts. Gynae Endoscopy is minimally invasive gyanecological surgery in women loosely reffered to as key hole/laser surgery.

How is Gynae Endoscopy better than other surgeries?
  • Lesser pain
  • Reduced days of hospitalization
  • No big scars/ cosmetically better
  • Less bleeding ( Blood is generally not required)
  • Reduced risk of complication
When is it done and what are the problems that can be treated in the technique?
  • Abnormal bleeding during periods, painful periods, heavy periods, less flow during periods and any menstrual problems.
  • Sterilization without cuts
  • Patients who cannot bear children (infertility)
  • Uterine Fibroids/Tumors
  • Ovarian Cysts and tumors
  • Cancer in women
  • Blocked fallopian tubes
  • Ectopic pregnancy
Range of Procedures in Gynaecology: Laparoscopy Surgeries
  • Hysterectomies
  • Fibroid surgeries
  • Advanced ovarian surgeries
  • Advanced tubal surgeries
  • Emergency Torsion of ovary
  • Advanced Infertility surgeries
  • Advanced Endometriosis Surgeries
  • Emergency ectopic surgeries
  • Uterine cancer management
  • Cervical cancer management
  • Ovarian cancer diagnosis
Hysteroscopy Surgeries
  • Diagnostic – Hysteroscopy
  • Hysteroscopy Fibroid Removal
  • Pre IVF Hysteroscopic procedures
  • Hysteroscopic Sterilization
  • Advanced hysteroscopy fertility enhancing surgeries
  • Hysteroscopic Adhesiolysis for Ashermans
  • Trans cervical resection of endometrium
  • Hysteroscopic management of abnormal uterine bleeding
  • Uterine cancer diagnosis
  • Endocervical cancer diagnosis
  • Diagnostic Colposcopy
  • LEEP
  • Colposcopy and Biopsy
  • Diagnosis and management of cervical cancer
  • Conization
Outpatient hysteroscopy

Outpatient hysteroscopy is also called Ambulatory Hysteroscopy or Office hysteroscopy. It means looking in the uterus in order to since it is done in an outpatient setting and not in an operation theatre it is called out patient hysteroscopy.

When is it done?
  • Alternate form of D&C/DNC
  • Before removal of uterus
  • Sterilization without cuts
  • Removal of intrauterine devices
  • Removal of fibroids and growths in uterus (polyps).
  • Before or along with any infertility examination/procedure
  • To diagnose and treat any abnormal pattern of uterine bleeding during periods ( heavy periods/ reduced periods/ irregular periods)
How is it done?

The patient is taken to the OPD where she is told the procedure/counseled. She is put on the examination table and without any pain an extremely thin telescope is put in the uterine cavity, vaginally and the cavity is examined. Treatment of any pathology is done the same time. Patient is awaked and conscious and has no pain. She can go back home after the procedure is Complete.