Laparoscopic pelvic adhesiolysis is a surgical procedure used to remove pelvic adhesions that can cause pain and infertility in women. Pelvic adhesions are bands of scar tissue that form between organs in the pelvic region due to injury, inflammation, or prior surgery.

During the procedure, a surgeon will make several small incisions in the abdomen and insert a laparoscope, which is a thin, lighted instrument with a camera, to view the pelvic area. The surgeon will then use specialized instruments to cut and remove the adhesions while minimizing damage to surrounding organs.

Laparoscopic pelvic adhesiolysis is preferred over open surgery because it is less invasive, results in less scarring, and typically requires a shorter recovery time. However, the procedure can still carry some risks, such as bleeding, infection, or injury to surrounding organs. After the surgery, patients may experience some mild discomfort, but most can return to their normal activities within a few days to a week.

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Dr. Punyavathi C Nagaraj

Senior Consultant- Gynaecologist and Laparoscopic Surgeon