Ovarian Cystectomy, that is, the surgery to remove the symptomatic ovarian cysts is major surgery and must only be performed by a trained and profoundly experienced gynecologist. Any negligence risks unwanted damage to the surrounding…
Frequently Asked Question
Following are the symptoms of an ovarian cyst-related disease which may need medical intervention:
Pelvic pain; Abdominal swelling; Regular bloating; Nausea and vomiting; Increase in the urgency & frequency of urination; Pain emptying your bowels; Sudden weight loss; Irregular periods; Pain during sex; Difficulty getting pregnant
Conventional Cystectomy: In this, your surgeon manually marks the surgical site and performs an open-cut surgery. The procedure is best suited for extremely large, complicated, or cancerous ovarian cysts.; Laparoscopic Cystectomy: This involves tiny medical equipment with a camera and light on one end (medically known as a laparoscope). This camera is then used to guide your surgeon through the exact location, size, and severity of your ovarian cyst. The procedure hence ensures better precision, control, and relatively risk-free surgery with lesser blood loss and quicker recovery.
Blood test; Imaging test (such as X-Ray, CT Scan, MRI test); Laparoscopy; CA 125 Blood Test