Private Laparoscopic Surgery for Endometriosis

Private Laparoscopic Surgery for Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a common gynecological condition that affects thousands of women in Canada.  It occurs when the tissue that lines the uterus grows outside of the uterus.  This can cause severe pain, inflammation and even infertility.  Many women are referred for surgery to remove the abnormal tissue, that will in return alleviate symptoms, and reduce chances of infertility.  

The surgery is normally done laparoscopically.  This is a minimally invasive technique that is performed using a camera and small instrument inserted through a tiny incision in the abdomen.  Laparoscopic surgery allows for smaller incision, better visualization for precise removal of tissue for the surgeon, less pain, quicker recovery time and minimal scaring compared to an open surgery.  If you also have a polyp, this can be removed at the same time. Not everyone is a candidate for laparoscopic surgery.  An examination by your doctor will determine this. 

Recovery time will vary by each individual, however, a straightforward case could expect:

– Quick recovery within 3-4 days

– Ability to exercise and have intercourse within 7-10 days

– Fully recovered with n 4-8 weeks

– Normal fertility within 4-8 weeks

– Completely pain free 8-12 weeks after surgery

We get calls and emails from women across Canada in search of a private facility to do this surgery due to the long wait lists in their province.  If you wish to stay within Canada for a private laparoscopic endometrial surgery, there is one option available to you, however, their cost can be be prohibitive for some.  If cost becomes an issue, we also have options in the US that are more affordable.  Their wait times tend to be a little quicker than the Canadian location as well.

If you are in need of private laparoscopic surgery for endometriosis and do not want to wait, contact Health Vantis at 877-344-3544 or info@healthvantis.ca and we’d be happy to assist.

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