Ovarian Cyst

Treatment approaches for ovarian cysts vary depending on factors such as size, type, and severity. Simple cysts, like follicular cysts under 4 cm, can often be managed through birth control and lifestyle changes, suppressing ovulation and alleviating ovarian stress. For larger or pathological cysts (dermoid, endometriomas, cystadenomas, or hemorrhagic cysts), cystectomy surgery is recommended. Among surgical options, laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy is a leading choice due to its minimally invasive nature. This procedure ensures minimal blood loss, minimal scarring, and a speedy recovery.

Pilotheal is renowned for its safe and effective laparoscopic ovarian cyst removal , offering affordability and convenience. Our network includes reputable gynecology clinics and specialized hospitals, and we provide flexible payment options including no-cost EMI. Reach out to us now to arrange your consultation.

Common Test Done Before Ovarian Cyst Removal Surgery

  • Complete Blood Test
  • Thyroid Test
  • Blood Sugar Test
  • Liver Function Test
  • Kidney Function Test
  • Chest X-Ray
  • Ultrasound
  • CT Scan
  • MRI
  • Hormone Level Test

Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy (Advanced Technique):

This method employs a laparoscope, a thin instrument with a camera and light. The surgeon makes a small incision at the affected area and introduces carbon dioxide gas to create space within the abdomen. Additional small incisions may be made for surgical instruments. The laparoscope provides a clear view on a screen, guiding the surgeon in skillfully removing the cyst through the main incision. The incisions are closed with staples or stitches, with the smaller ones healing naturally. Most patients are discharged on the same day, with significant recovery in 2-3 days.

Open Cut Ovarian Cystectomy (Conventional Approach):

This conventional method involves an open incision at the affected site. The surgeon removes the problematic cyst and closes the incision with stitches. This approach is generally reserved for very large, cancerous, or complex cysts. It is more invasive, resulting in greater blood loss, visible scars, and a longer recovery period.