The use of less intrusive procedures, such as laparoscopy or hysteroscopy, to surgically treat gynecologic diseases is known as minimally invasive gynecologic surgery. Rather than one huge incision, minimally invasive procedures utilise no or only a few minor incisions. Some treatments can be performed as an outpatient, while others may necessitate a one- to two-night stay in the hospital. A team of surgeons collaborates to undertake a minimally invasive gynecologic surgical treatment, which has been demonstrated to reduce discomfort and recovery time. Gynecologists who have received training in minimally invasive gynecologic surgery are experts at evaluating and treating a wide range of noncancerous (benign) gynecologic conditions, such as heavy menstrual periods (menorrhagia), irregular menstrual periods (metrorrhagia), pelvic pain, endometriosis, and ovarian cysts.
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