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Ovarian Cyst Removal—Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy

Ovarian Cyst Removal—Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy

Ovarian cysts are sacs that occur in both the ovaries and have a fluid presence. The cyst is harmless and found in females of their reproductive age. The woman can have a cyst in one or both ovaries. Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy is an advanced surgical intervention performed at Gynae & Uro Clinic. 
Under the supervision of Dr. Gursimran Kaur, you will get ovarian cyst removal through advanced laparoscopic surgery. The approach of laparoscopy is advanced compared to the traditional approach used in the past. The doctor will check your condition and guide you in detail about the before and after care treatment plan. She care not to remove ovary but only ovarian cyst

Preparation for Ovarian Cystectomy in Ludhiana .

When you are diagnosed with an ovarian cyst, the next step is to look for an experienced gynecologist who can give Best Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy In Ludhiana to ease your condition.
When you schedule your initial consultation, the doctor will give you detailed information on what to do. Most importantly, she will talk you through the necessary preparation step, and it includes:

  • Take your meal before midnight the day before surgery. Talk to the doctor if you can drink anything or not.
  • Make sure to take someone along with you and drive you to the hospital
  • Please visit the hospital at least 2 hours before the surgery begins to get the necessary stuff done.
  • Don’t take any medication on your own unless the doctor suggests it.
  • Don’t smoke or drink before the surgery.

Please follow those mentioned above and doctor-suggested tips to take the best care of yourself and have successful results.

The procedure of Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy

The laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy procedure includes four steps. Make sure to choose a Laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy doctor in Ludhiana .who performs the surgery with utmost precision and excellence. Given below are the necessary steps performed for surgery:
Step 1:
The initial step is to administer general anesthesia. The anesthesia allows you to stay comfortable throughout the procedure.
Step 2:
After sedation, the incision was made on the navel area. The doctor will insert the laparoscope to perform the surgery through the incision. Additionally, other necessary instruments get put through the incision.
Step 3:
To visualize everything clearly, the surgeon will put carbon dioxide in the abdomen area. The gas allows the surgeon to view everything clearly and perform the surgery with utmost ease. The abdomen’s gas allows creating space b/w the internal organs and the abdominal wall.
Step 4:
Then the doctor performs the necessary measures to remove the cyst. Once done, the doctors take the surgical instruments out.


What are the possible signs of cysts in the ovaries?

  • Pelvic pain
  • Pain during sexual intercourse
  • Frequent need to urinate
  • Bloating and swollen tummy
  • Heavy periods, lighter periods, or irregular periods

Do not ignore any of these signs and symptoms as it worsens the condition and leads to a much more difficult situation.

What does the Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy feel like?

After the Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy, you will feel soreness around the navel area and abdomen. You will see some bruising after the surgery. The gas inflated during the surgery will lead to neck and back pain. You will also notice:

  • Vaginal discharge
  • Spotting

You should never rub the incision as it makes the situation worse. Be mindful of all things that you do after the surgery. If the recovery does not go with ease, consult Dr. Gursimran Kaur to analyze what’s wrong and what to do next.

What are the topmost signs that you need to consult the doctor?

In case you notice your condition does not improve after undergoing a Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy procedure or you notice the given signs, then do consult the doctor:

  • Possible signs of infection like chills and fever
  • Swelling, redness, or discharge from the incision
  • The urgency of urination frequency or urine containing blood
  • Worsening or you see new symptoms
  • Pain that’s not getting under control with medications
  • Pain in the legs
  • Extreme vaginal bleeding that you need to change pad every one hour

Book your initial consultation

Do you suspect you have ovarian cysts? Then schedule your initial consultation with the medical expert and know better how to manage your condition. Our experienced gynae, Dr. Gursimran Kaur, will perform the initial evaluation. Depending on the diagnosis, she will suggest the necessary course of action.