Ovarian and Fallopian Tube Surgery€936–€3537
Laparoscopic ovarian and fallopian tube surgery or adnexal surgery is a specific type of minimally invasive surgery for freeing the tube or ovary from adhesions to reduce pain or improve fertility, remove ovarian cysts, opening the tube to remove an abnormality e.g. ectopic pregnancy etc. It is performed under the general anesthesia.
Hysteroscopy is minimally invasive inspection of the uterine cavity by means of a special camera-guided endoscope called hysteroscope. Hysteroscopy is useful for diagnosing and specifying the causes of several problems and diseases such as heavy menstrual or postmenopausal bleeding, recurrent early pregnancy loss and infertility. Hysteroscopy is performed under general anesthesia.
Hysteroscopy with a surgical procedure€599–€3800
Hysteroscopy is minimally invasive inspection of the uterine cavity by means of a special camera-guided endoscope called hysteroscope. During the hysteroscopic procedure it is possible to detect and immediately resolve intrauterine pathologies, take tissue samples (biopsies) and remove foreign bodies, polyps and small myomas. Hysteroscopy is usually performed under general anesthesia.
Diagnostic laparoscopy is the most informative diagnostic method in gynecology nowadays. During the procedure, a thin tube with camera (laparoscope) and a laparoscopic hook for manipulating the camera are gently guided through small incisions in the skin into the abdominal cavity. The equipment allows the doctor to observe the reproductive organs (uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries) in detail and, if necessary, take tissue samples (biopsy) or immediately apply surgical treatment. Diagnostic laparoscopy is performed under general anesthesia.
A gynecologist is a specialist in the female reproductive system and breasts who performs gynecological examinations of genital organs, helps to select an appropriate contraceptive, and plan and monitor pregnancy. If necessary, the gynecologist also performs ultrasound examinations and suggests additional analyses, such as PAP test, STD (sexually transmitted diseases) tests or hormone level measurements. Gynecologists also deal with the diagnosis and treatment of women’s infertility. It is advisable to visit a gynecologist regularly at least once every 1–2 years.