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Katrzyna, Pall Mall Patient


Surgery from £1,495

  • No NHS GP Referral Required
  • Surgery Within 4 weeks
  • CQC registered modern clinics
  • Flexible Payment Options

Ellie, Pall Mall Patient

Why Have Laparoscopy Surgery at Pall Mall Hospital?

If you're experiencing pelvic pain, pain during periods (dysmenorrhoea), or pain during sexual intercourse (dyspareunia), a diagnostic laparoscopy may be recommended to investigate your symptoms. This minimally invasive procedure is also commonly used to diagnose various gynaecological conditions, including:

- Endometriosis

- Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

- Adhesions (Scar Tissue)

- Ovarian Cysts

- Fallopian Tube Abnormalities

At Pall Mall Medical, our Lead Gynaecology Consultant Mr Maiti, specialises in Laparoscopy surgery and can help determine if this approach is right for you. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards diagnosing and treating your gynaecological concerns.

Claire, Pall Mall Patient

Benefits of Laparoscopy Surgery at Pall Mall Hospital

As laparoscopy surgery is a minimally invasive surgery, offering numerous benefits over traditional surgical methods. At Pall Mall Medical, we use a state-of-the-art camera system to provide you with precise and effective treatment.

Our approach ensures:

A quick recovery - you'll be able to return to your normal activities faster with less downtime.

Less pain - you'll experience less discomfort and a reduced need for pain relief.

You avoid the long NHS waiting lists - you'll be booked in for surgery within 4 weeks.

Personalised care - each surgery is completely customised to meet your individual needs.

We believe in fully involving our patients in their healthcare journey. During your Laparoscopy surgery, we take detailed images to help you understand your diagnosis and treatment. This visual insight ensures you are informed and confident in your treatment plan.

Surgery Costs

  • Initial Consultation £250 (deductible from Surgery)
  • Surgery Within 4 Weeks
  • State of the Art Pall Mall Hospital

Meet our Gynaecologist: Mr Maiti

Mr Maiti exclusively works with Pall Mall in the private sector, bringing over 31 years of experience in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, including 15 years within the NHS. He is one of our most sought-after consultants.

We have experience of delivering 5 star services to over 10,000 patients every year.

This is why our patients rate us Excellent on Trustpilot.

Pall Mall Clinic, Manchester

Book Your Consultation

Ready to take the next step? You can book a consultation with one of our leading Gynaecologists without a referral from your GP or the NHS. Simply call our bookings team on 0161 832 2111 or complete the enquiry form and and a member of our bookings team will be in touch. We don't have any waiting lists and offer flexible appointment times including weekends and evenings. 

Katrzyna, Pall Mall Patient

Procedure Details

Preparing for Laparoscopy

Ensuring you are in optimal health for surgery is essential for a smooth recovery. We recommend actions such as quitting smoking at least 4-6 weeks before surgery and following a healthy, balanced diet to enhance your recovery process.

During the Procedure

During a laparoscopy, a small incision (0.5-1 cm) is made near the belly button, allowing a laparoscope (camera) to inspect the abdominal cavity. Carbon dioxide gas is used to create space for clear visibility. Additional incisions may be made for other instruments, especially in gynaecology cases. The procedure typically lasts no more than 30 minutes and is performed under general anaesthesia or local anaesthetic.

Trust our experienced team at Pall Mall Medical to provide you with expert care and support throughout your laparoscopic surgery journey. We are dedicated to ensuring your comfort, safety, and optimal recovery.

Recovery from Laparoscopy at Pall Mall Medical

At Pall Mall Medical, we understand that the recovery process after laparoscopic surgery is a crucial part of your healthcare journey. Our dedicated team is committed to providing you with comprehensive support and guidance every step of the way.

Short-Term Recovery Support

Following your laparoscopy procedure, you may experience some common short-term effects, including minor scars, vaginal bleeding (for gynaecological cases), and temporary discomfort. Our team ensures that you receive the necessary dressings and pain management to promote healing and alleviate any discomfort you may experience.

Tips for Managing Recovery at Home

We provide tailored guidance, provided during your pre-op appointment on managing your recovery at home, including advice on gradually increasing activity levels, resuming sexual activity, and performing household chores safely. We emphasise the importance of rest and self-care during this period to optimise your healing process.

Driving and Return to Work Guidance

In most cases, you can return to work the next day, recovery will usually take no longer than a week. Before your surgery, Mr. Maiti will provide clear guidance on when it is safe to resume driving and return to work after laparoscopic surgery. We ensure that you are fully informed and prepared to resume your daily activities comfortably and confidently.

Follow-Up Care and Support

Your well-being is our priority, which is why we schedule follow-up appointments to monitor your progress, discuss findings, and address any concerns you may have. We provide end-to-end care for all our patients to ensure all their needs are met.

Enquire About Gynaecology Surgery

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Frequently Asked Questions.

Our expert team are always hand to help, advise and arrange appointments with our specialist consultants.

What is laparoscopic surgery?

Laparoscopic surgery, also known as minimally invasive surgery, is a technique that uses small incisions and a camera system to perform surgeries with less trauma to the body. This method typically results in quicker recovery times, less pain, and minimal scarring.

What conditions can be treated with laparoscopic surgery?

Laparoscopic surgery can be used to diagnose and treat a variety of conditions, including but not limited to gallbladder issues, hernias, appendicitis, and certain types of abdominal pain or tumours.

How long does the laparoscopic surgery procedure take?

The length of the procedure varies depending on the complexity of the condition being treated. Generally, diagnostic procedures take about 30 minutes, and treatment procedures take around 90 minutes.

Will I need to stay overnight in the hospital?

Most laparoscopic surgeries at Pall Mall Medical are day case operations, meaning you can go home the same day. However, in some cases, an overnight stay may be recommended.

What are the benefits of laparoscopic surgery compared to traditional surgery?

Laparoscopic surgery offers several benefits, including:

- Faster recovery times

- Less pain and reduced need for pain relief

- Smaller scars

- Lower risk of infection

- Quicker return to daily activities and work

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