Patient K age 48 years was suffering from AUB (Abnormal Uterine Bleeding). She had partial blockage of her leg veins (thrombosis) for which she was receiving blood thinners. She also had reduced breathing capacity (due to restrictive lung disease). Despite taking medicines she didn’t get relief in her bleeding problem. She was advised abdominal surgery under high risk from various physicians as there were chances of thromboembolism (slippage of thrombus from her leg veins and migrating to rest of the body parts). She was operated with “Gasless technique” and subjected to laparoscopic hysterectomy under spinal anesthesia. Her surgery went absolutely uncomplicated and she was discharged after 2 days of hospital admission in satisfactory condition.
Patient R, 40 years old, noticed her gradually increasing mass in her abdomen. Initially reluctant to get investigated, she underwent scanning and was diagnosed to have fibroid uterus reaching above her umbilicus. Her complains were heaviness in abdomen, feeling of mass in abdomen and heavy bleeding during periods. She sought consultation at private and government hospitals and was advised open abdominal surgery. With a reference she sought second opinion with us and was suggested laparoscopic approach for surgery. Subsequently she was operated laparoscopically and 1.9 Kg of mass ( Uterus with fibroid) was removed. She was discharged after 2 days after surgery.
Patient S, 54 years old, complained of pelvic heaviness & vaginal fullness after 5 years of abdominal hysterectomy. Five years back she was operated for fibroid uterus. She was diagnosed with vaginal vault prolapse. She was operated with laparoscopic approach and underwent mesh repair.
Patient K, 42 years old, complained of foul smelling discharge from vagina & passage of clots and pieces of tissue from vagina since last 2 menstrual cycles. She was evaluated and diagnosed to have cervical cancer disease. On MRI scanning she was diagnosed to have stage 2 cancer. She consulted private and government hospital. She was advised surgery with open abdominal access with an average hospital stay of 7 days. She consulted us for second opinion and was offered laparoscopic surgery for the same. She agreed for the procedure and underwent nerve sparing laparoscopic radical hysterectomy with pelvic lymphadenectomy. She was discharged after 3 days of hospital admission. She was absolutely fine after the surgery. Her tissue specimen showed almost whole clearance of tumorous tissue. She was planned for radiotherapy to prevent recurrence of tumor. After 8 days of surgery she received her first cycle of radiotherapy. On 2 years of follow-up she is doing well with no evidence of disease.
Patient R, 24 years old, had vaginal birth after prolonged labor pains one year back. Presently she complained of feeling of fullness in vagina and feeling of mass in vagina, which she can reposit back. She was also having difficulty during intercourse. She consulted general practitioners for the same but she was advised to undergo removal of uterus. On consulting us she asked for uterus removal surgery, instead, she was advised uterus preserving surgery with laparoscopic approach. Finally she underwent laparoscopic hystero-sacropexy. She is doing fine after 2 years of surgery and planning baby now.
Mrs N, 31 years old, has been married since past 6 years. Since last few years the couple had been trying for conceiving but couldn’t succeed. During last few months the couple had sought consultation for infertility. After evaluation the couple was suggested IVF. Due to financial constraint the couple couldn’t afford IVF. On consultation with us the couple was discussed with other options for conception, expected time consumption and approximate financial expenditure. After meticulous planning, the couple agreed for intrauterine insemination. During second cycle of intrauterine insemination Mrs N conceived. Subsequently her pregnancy went uncomplicated. On her expected date she gave birth to a healthy baby.