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The most frequent gynecological complaint specialists have to treat is inflammation, as women are prone to get lower urinary tract and genital infections due to their anatomy and physiology. Abdominal pains and cramps are also quite recurrent problems, and their cause is not always easy to determine (chronic inflammation, cysts, etc.)

Regular check-up is absolutely necessary even if you don’t have any complaints, because the occurrence of asymptomatic gynecological diseases and cervical cancer is quite commonplace. However, these can be easily diagnosed in time with a simple examination.

We perform gynecological surgeries in our hospital, and most of them can be performed as ambulatory or with a one day hospital stay. Usually a few hours of monitoring are enough after minor operations, and in case of a one-day procedure, you can return home in 24 hours.

Gynecological examinations

  • Physical examination
  • Laboratory tests: urinalysis, blood test, vaginal discharge test
  • Screening for sexually transmitted diseases (Chlamydia, HPV, syphilis)
  • Screening for cervical cancer: cytology, histology
  • Ultrasound examinations
  • Hormone tests
  • Hysteroscopy (cervical endoscopy)
  • Laparoscopy (abdominal endoscopy)


Ambulatory interventions in local anesthesia

  • Wart and mole removal from the genitals
  • Removal of contagious warts (condyloma) form the external genitalia
  • Tissue sampling from the cervix (conization)
  • Endoscopic examination of oviduct permeability 
  • Tube catheterization


Minor gynecological surgeries (with one day hospitalization)

  • Surgical drainage of a Bartholin’s cyst or abscess (marsupialization)
  • Polyp removal from the vagina, cervix or uterus (polypectomy)
  • Cyst removal from the vagina, cervis or uterus
  • Vaginoplasty, perineoplasty
  • Genital surgeries
  •  Hymenoplasty
  •  Intimate area plastic surgeries
  •  Reconstructive surgery of the vaginal opening and perineum
  • Transobturator tape surgery
  • Curette (fractional abrasion) in anesthesia
  • Diagnostic hysteroscopy (cervical endoscopy)


Major gynecological surgeries (with longer hospitalization)

  • Diagnostic laparoscopy (abdominal endoscopy)
  • Laparoscopic sterilization
  • Removal of the uterus (hysterectomy) through abdominal incision
  • Removal of the uterus (hysterectomy) through the vagina
  • Removal of an ectopic pregnancy by abdominal open surgery or laparoscopy
  • Removal of an ovarian cyst by laparotomy (incision through the abdominal wall) or laparoscopy
  • Removal of the ovaries
  • Removal of the ovaries and the oviduct
  • Perineal and posterior vaginal wall reconstruction
  • Incontinence Sling Implant

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