What Is The Procedure For Ovarian Cyst Removal Outpatient

IntraLASIK is a form of eye corrective surgery designed for people who have high prescriptions or thin corneas. This procedure uses a laser, rather than a knife, and is quick outpatient procedure.

When IntraLASIK is performed, a laser guided by software installed on a computer will do all of the work. The surgeon will enter into the computer what needs to be done and the computer will perform the work. A surgeon will not use a knife and cut the flap of the cornea as with a traditional LASIK surgery. This allows for a more accurate precision cut. The surgeon will type into the computer the desired depth and position of the corneal flat needing to be cut. The laser will then make the cut safely and accurately.

When you schedule an IntraLASIK procedure to be done, it is an outpatient procedure. During the bladeless eye correction surgery, the laser will move back and forth across the surface of your eye. An even layer of bubbles underneath the surface of the cornea will form. Pulses of light from the laser will pass through the top layers of the cornea. The doctor will fold back the flap created by the laser.

If you have a strong prescription and you are required to wear thick eye glasses or contacts, you might be a good candidate for IntraLASIK. Most people who are entirely dependent upon eye glasses and contacts or they cannot see a thing without them enjoy the benefits of this type of eye corrective procedure. If you have poor vision and it continuously seems to be getting worst, you might be a good candidate for this type of correction. Always talk to your eye doctor and find out if he or she thinks it will work for you.

IntraLASIK eye corrective procedure is perfect for people who have strong prescriptive lenses they are dependent upon to function on a daily basis. This type of procedure is the same as LASIK but uses a laser to perform the surgery rather than a knife held by a surgeon. This is a quick outpatient surgery and you should expect a few days to recover from the procedure.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Is Ovarian cyst removal surgery an inpatient or outpatient procedure?
    I have a 7.5 cm cyst on my right ovary.

    • ANSWER:
      It is usually done as an outpatient procedure. I had a laparoscopy done in 2005 to remove/drain an 8.1cm x 7.7cm ovarian cyst on my left ovary and another laparoscopy done in 2007 to diagnose and treat endometriosis and remove another cyst (4.6cm) on my left ovary.

      I went in early in the morning (7:00am), had my surgery just after 9:00am and was discharged from the hospital around 2:00pm that afternoon.

      I would recommend that you discuss your surgery with your doctor/gynaecologist and ask them to answer any questions that you may have.

      Good luck :)

  2. QUESTION:
    Is laproscopic removal of an ovarian cysts in outpatient procedure?

    • ANSWER:
      depends on the patient and the doctor.

  3. QUESTION:
    Ovarian cyst removal?
    Hey everyone! I found out 3 months ago I had a ovarian cyst on each of my ovaries. They continue to grow and one is now 10cm and the others 5cm. The larger one is becoming very abnormal so they decided that they want to remove them because of that reason and because they continue to grow. I was wondering if anyone's had this surgery? What was it like? How long was the recovery? Hospital stay?

    Also another thing Ive been trying to get pregnant for over a year. With my ex husband and with my boyfriend now. The reason for this is every woman in my family has had a total hysterectomy by the time they were 26-28 due to some kind of cancer. Ive already had high grade precancer cells found and frozen off about 2 yrs ago. Has anyone with these kinds of cyst had a hard time getting pregnant? Like I dont understand why I havent gotten pregnant in all this time because my periods are spot on every 28 days like clock work 12pm I start. Werid huh?

    Side note I contracted herpes type-1 (genital) from my ex who cheated on me. Could this effect my fertility? Please no rude comments about this.

    Thanks so much for all of y'alls help :)
    its so weird though because I have been pregnant twice and I was on birth control. After finding that cervial precancer cells i havent had any luck but I take the fertility test you get at the drug store and they say that my levels are good and stuff so idk. I just hope that its the cyst that are doing this.

    BTW the cyst on my left ovary is the size of a grapefruit and the one on my right is the size of a small orange.

    • ANSWER:
      All I know about the cyst is that I know a 10 year old girl who had one the size of a baseball on her ovary and she went and had it removed, stayed in the hospital one night and then got out the next day and a few days later she was back to normal. I have had cyst on my ovaries and had them removed but they were much smaller and the doctor just went in and drained them all and that surgery was an outpatient procedure. I;m not sure why you have gotten pregnant except for it is probably the cyst causing your infertility. I have gotten pregnant 3 times after having mine removed. The first one ended up in a miscarriage, but the last one was good and I have a son and now expecting our 2nd son. Hopefully after you get the cyst removed you will be able to conceive too. You just might need the help of fertility treatments like clomid or femara or IVF. I did 6 cycles of clomid, 2 of femara and no IVF. The femara worked but nothing else would. Good luck to you and sorry about the "gift" your ex gave you.


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