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.