Minimally Invasive Gynae Surgery (MIS)

Experience precise healing with Minimally Invasive Gynaecological Surgery (MIS), ensuring quicker recovery and minimal disruption.

What is Minimally Invasive Gynae Surgery (MIS)

The advance of medical technology and new innovation in medical devices has enabled many gynaecological surgery to be effectively and safely done through a keyhole incision without having to open the abdomen.

Why Minimally Invasive Gynae Surgery (MIS)?

Minimally invasive surgery (MIS), commonly known as ‘keyhole’ surgery, has lots of benefits for the patient such as:

How the laparoscopic surgery procedure is done?

Laparoscopy is almost always performed under general anesthesia. This means you will be unconscious for the procedure. However, you may still be able to go home the same day.

Once you are asleep, a small tube called a catheter will be inserted. This collects your urine. Then your abdomen will be filled with carbon dioxide gas. This is done with a small needle. The gas keeps the abdominal wall away from your organs. It reduces the risk of injury.

The surgeon will make a small cut in your navel. The laparoscope will be inserted. It transmits images to a screen. This gives your doctor a clear view of your organs.

What happens next depends on the type of procedure. For diagnosis, your doctor might take a look and then be done. If you need surgery, other incisions will be made. Instruments will be inserted through these holes. Then surgery is performed using the laparoscope as a guide.

Once the procedure is over, all instruments are removed. Incisions are closed with stitches. Then you will be bandaged and sent to recovery.

Conditions that can be diagnosed by diagnostic key hole surgery.

Using a special keyhole surgery, we can check and understand women’s health issues more precisely. This helps us find the right solutions for treatment and care. 


Uterine fibroids

Ovarian cysts or tumors

ectopic pregnancy

pelvic abscess (pus)

pelvic adhesions (painful scar tissue)


pelvic inflammatory disease

reproductive cancers

Recovery after laparoscopic surgery

Recovery time varies. It depends on what procedure was performed. You may be free to go home a few hours after surgery. You might also have to stay in the hospital for one or more nights.

After surgery, your belly button might be tender. There may be bruises on your stomach. The gas inside you can make your chest, middle, and shoulders ache. There is a chance that you will feel nauseated for the rest of the day.

Before you go home, your doctor will give you instructions regarding medication and side effects. Your doctor may prescribe pain medication. You may also receive antibiotics to prevent infection.

Depending on the surgery, you may be told to rest for a few days or weeks. It may take a month or more to return to normal activities.

Serious complications of laparoscopy are rare. However, you should call your doctor if you experience.