Why is Laparoscopy the best pick for ovarian cyst removal?

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An ovarian cyst is an abnormal outgrowth appearing around the female ovaries. It is generally detected as a pocket like structure with liquid or semi-solid material within. A thin layer or membrane separates the cyst from its surrounding tissues, making it appear like a blister or sac-like formation.

While cyst formation isn’t categorized as a significant painful disorder, however, it can cause aggravated pain leading to cancer development in worst cases. These cysts are mostly harmless and develop quite commonly during the pregnancy period of a female. In ideal conditions, they tend to die out within a few months without warranting an elaborate treatment.

Symptoms Associated with Ovarian Cyst

Ovarian cyst, though mostly harmless, can become a matter of concern in case they rupture. In such a scenario, the patient is advised to consult a doctor for detailed diagnosis.

While smaller cysts tend to heal on their own; however, if the cyst grows beyond a specific size, it can cause bloating issues along with irregular menstruation. Some patients even report various bowel and urinary problems that come associated with an ovarian cyst.


In medical terms, an ovarian cyst is broadly categorized into two types: functional and pathological formation. While functional ovarian cysts are mostly harmless and show up mainly as a part of female’s menstrual cycle, pathological cysts come under uncommon up-growth which can be a malignant even. Functional cyst formation is widespread and almost every female tends to develop functional cyst at least once in her lifetime.

Surgical Treatments

Although cysts tend to disappear with time, they may, at times soar up to cause severe complications. If the cyst tends to persist even after a couple of menstrual cycles with painful indications, patients can have the cyst surgically removed and lead a healthy lifestyle without any intensified complications.


Laparoscopic Surgical Treatment

There are mainly two types of surgical procedures that can offer marked up mitigation in case of painful cysts.

A.    Laparoscopic Surgery: Also known as keyhole surgery, the laparoscopic procedure is a highly beneficial procedure with minimally invasive attributes. With the least number of complications involved in the operation, the patients are allowed to go back home the same day in most cases.    

B.    Laparotomy Procedure: This process is usually employed to remove cancerous cyst formation near the delicate internal spots. The incision is much more prominent in this process, involving high-risk factors and longer recovery time.

Laparoscopic Procedure

The laparoscopic procedure is gaining heightened popularity in this era of medical advancements due to its minimally invasive nature and lesser associated complications.

During the surgical process, a small incision is made near the navel area of the patient to insert a laparoscopic tube. A laparoscope is a thin tube-like instrument with a camera module attached at the frontal end. It is mainly used to show a clear picture of the internal organs along with the target surgery site. Once the site is identified, the surgeons fill the abdomen area with carbon dioxide gas to improve the sight and make space for surgery. Few more incisions are made to insert surgical instruments into the body to permanently remove the cyst.

In case the cyst is found to be cancerous, the surgeon might also recommend removal of ovaries. Once the surgical process is done, the surgeon closes the incisions either through surgical staples or through stitches.

Benefits of a Laparoscopic Surgery

Laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy is highly preferred due to the added advantages associated with this surgery. The incisions made in this surgery are relatively smaller, allowing the patient to recover soon. The pain and discomfort involved post the surgery are for a comparatively lesser time. The risk of infection and other surgical complications are also nominal in the count. During the post-surgical period, patients may feel mild painful contractions for a day or two.

At Medipulse hospital, we have a team of highly experienced Gynecologists who address issues in female patients from adolescents to geriatric age group. Our surgeons of Laparoscopic surgery department conduct the best Gynec Laparoscopic surgery in Jodhpur endorsing a practice of successful and effective health care for the patients. Dr. Mili Inania heads the department of Gynec laparoscopic surgery and has successfully tackled hundreds of complex cases.