Minimally Invasive Surgery Care

Laparoscopic Surgery

Traditional open surgery can involve incisions of 6 to 24 inches, depending on the type and location of the procedure. Minimally Invasive Surgery techniques require incisions of only 1 to 2 centimeters. With smaller incisions, surgeons can treat patients just as effectively, while reducing pain, blood loss and infection. With smaller incisions to heal, patients recover far faster.

Minimally invasive surgery treatments:

  • Abnormal Uterine Bleeding
  • Uterine Fibroids
  • Hysterectomy
  • D & C Hysteroscopy
  • Hysteroscopic polyp removal
  • Hysteroscopic submucosal fibroid removal

Take care of your health

In today’s chaotic, busy and strenuous lifestyle, it is very important to keep our health in sound. However, even the busiest people find a way to successfully maintain good health with a carefully-crafted plan. Even if you are “healthy” and have “nothing wrong” with you, it is wise even when you are young to have a yearly checkup.

It’s easy to get caught up in the continuous cycle of work, sleep, and more work. After awhile, your body screams in protest and demands you pay attention to its needs. Your body and mind deserve some rest. In just a few minutes a day you can find small ways to take care of yourself that don’t cut into your busy schedule.

  • Exercise your body for a happy mind.
  • Quick morning or evening meditation.
  • Get enough sleep.
  • Make your weekend about you, not work. Do someting which make you happy and cheerfull.
  • Remind yourself that you are fabulous.
  • Have a quiet time for yourself, unplug from technology.
  • Maintain Health journal, food diary, keep track of your sickness, painfull and irregular periods etc.
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